I can't connect to this sacred object, the bar was open but to me the bar was closing. I like to suffer in a silent way, I can't get through the days without a glaze across my face.

you're so smart and witty and funny and pretty and skinny. but tonight I don't feel right,
I can't wait until I'm back in the city.

a lonely rage. the hunger is the meanest cage.

I felt like we were at a loss; this is the cost of art. the way you hate me with your grin. and now I'm almost over it. soon you'll set me free and raise a flag half mast.

I'm so stupid and speechless and burned out,
sedated and faceless. and sometimes it feels like I don't even exist in this place.

I'm momentum, in transit, alive in the rhythms of movement. it's when I stop and start thinking: that I realize all the people I'm missing.


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    General CommentSo I just decided to really sit down and listen to this song. And I was all, "Shit. That's completely me."

    It just kinda caught me off guard how well I relate to the song. Which is just as well. Great song. Love the arms.
    Farpon August 17, 2005   Link

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