"Misty Coy" as written by and Adam Tyler Baker....
Light me up, light my cigarette
Tell you that I've wanted to been there
With him
Do you want to explain by me
Do you want the blame?
Well I can give it to you

(everything is nothing, nothing is everything)

The pole cat snaps
The sparrow from his mama's nest
What papa brings is one for no one
For no one
The crick crack stamps
Up to my daddy's lap
Tell you what he's for
Where I'm going to stay
If you catch me

(There is nothing I wanna do, there is no where I wanna go, just leave me the fuck alone. Noo)

Well there is something in them hills that sticks to me
Baby boy, find your family
Still there's something in them hills that sticks to me
Misty Coy, you're my family.

Misty Coy
Don't you die on tomorrow's day


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    General CommentThis is one of my favorite tracks from Annuals' older, pre-Be He Me recordings, along with the song "Walk," which, sadly, we'll never get lyrics to because according to Adam, he can't even remember them himself. The Lay Down Dry LP has some great material on it, I'd love to see them re-work some of it in the future.

    "Well there's something in them hills that sticks to me..."
    Always moving.
    olivebranchon November 23, 2010   Link

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