"Dark Companion" as written by and Steven Allan Brown Blaine Leslie Reininger....
Another round for my dark companion
The view from here is crowded now
I raise my glass
To my doppelganger

He smiles at me
From across the room
The great social issues mean less than nothing
Two-dimensional bests

On my T.V. screen
I will wear only black and white
and hide in the alleys
On Saturday nights

The endless prattle of politicians
Rings in my ears
The rain makes my mascara run
Another round for my dark companion

The view from here is crowded now
I raise my glass
To my doppelganger
He smiles at me

From across the room
Another round for my dark companion
Another round for my dark companion


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"Dark Companion" as written by Peter Principle Blaine Leslie Reininger

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    General Commentit meanz....um...lol....wtf...dude
    linearbon February 05, 2014   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about the facade that the protagonist is forced to produce in response to his surroundings. He must be confident, brave and outgoing, but really he suffers insecurities. The performer must reluctantly put on a front for Music videos, and government policies force the songwriter toward doubts and fears. But still the doppleganger must appear brave. We toast the doppleganger and reward him for his efforts.
    VinceVincenton February 05, 2014   Link

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