"Bleary-Eyed" as written by and Adam Tyler Baker....
Green-leaf dawn implies
Something sweet in mind
But it's still your fingers in my back pocket
Makes me wonder why I sit here so tall
And why I run from the walls

Critters by the litter
Come gushing out my eyes
Like fears yet worth the fright
So, pour me a drink
And I'll spill this dark ink

I'll tell you it's all for you
But it ain't it's just my way of coping
With this bleary-eyed baby girl
Well, it's just my way of coping
With this bleary-eyed baby girl
Dying on my kitchen floor

But it ain't it's just my way of coping
With this bleary-eyed baby girl
Well, it's just my way of coping
With this bleary-eyed baby girl
Dying on my kitchen floor


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"Bleary-Eyed" as written by Adam Tyler Baker

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    General Commentwhat's this one about? a dog dying? fingers in back pocket,running from wall lines..?
    brownekillsspringon November 28, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti believe it is about an early love that forever linger upon the consciousness
    lawnwrangleron April 14, 2007   Link
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    General CommentBy far my favorite annuals song.
    goingpostalxxon September 04, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti think he has the best voice.
    enjoyyourrootson August 20, 2008   Link
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    General Comment"Bleary-eyed" makes me think of cocaine... like when someone does a line and the eye on their blow side is glass for a while. and I think it's "bleary-eyed baby girl [downing or drowning] on my kitchen floor"... but maybe I'm wrong. I have the liner notes somewhere, but I don't feel like looking.
    MisterMisterBungleon November 30, 2009   Link

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