Unimagined Finishline

Jul 27, 2012 by     2 Comments    Posted under: audio

Listen to the rest of the Summer Games EP here.

Lyrics

last night in bed
you rolled up next to me
whispering (don’t worry)

I don’t wanna say another fuzzy goodbye
not when everybody knows that we’re gonna die
trav’lin down the road tryna loosen our load
all our favorite people will get suddenly old

come on

once everything is turning in
all the spaces will be deadly thin
until the unimagined finish line
I am yours and you are mine

stuck in my head
you reached inside of me
whispering (don’t worry)

cleaning up the spots on our humanity screen
fueling and pooling, I wants us to be
following the clues from an agrarian dream
through the helter skelter complex that all started with steam

come on

once everything is turning in
all the spaces will be deadly thin
until the unimagined finish line
I am yours and you are mine

living in an etch-a-sketch
wondering if we are next

last night in bed
you rolled up next to me
whispering (don’t worry)

I don’t wanna say an other fuzzy goodbye
not when everybody knows that we’re gonna die
trav’lin down the road tryna loosen our load
all our favorite people will get suddenly old

come on

once everything is turning in
all the spaces will be deadly thin
until the unimagined finish line
I am yours and you are mine

 

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  • Once again, I have to congratulate Clothesline on this–and the Bellwether. This is so good I literally cannot stop listening to it. Wonderful. Insanely good.

  • See (and hear!) for yourself. Check out Erik’s production company, Clothesline Productions, and don’t miss his adora-larious blog, Dad As I Wanna Be (though, I probably should also credit his co-collaborator/wife, Michelle Holder, for their work-of-art/daughter, Eloise).

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