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Tuesday, April 12, 2005

Painless Song About Pain

I'll take it from where ever I can get it. Inspiration that is. My friend Aymiee at art-ificial ramblingsout in California, jumped on this chorus when I posted it as an after thought to something that happened during a gig I did last month. Go see Aymiee's illustration. Something about the urgency in her plea for me to finish the lyric started a fire. Maybe I'm just a sucker for whatever young ladies ask me to do. Whatever. I'm grateful for the push she gave me. It was painless. You can look back at March 27 to see where this idea came from. The music isn't written yet and won't be started until after I get back from NY. I hope you see some promise here.

Sing Through My Pain
Copyright 2005 by Bud Buckley


Java addled brain, coffee ground voice
I sing to a thinning crowd
She's there through the window, I can't hear through the noise
My own song's too deafening loud

She sings to me silently through a pane of glass
I sing to her through my pain
She waves, mouths the words "Nothing lasts"
Then disappears into the rain

On the window hang her Cheshire Cat eyes
Long after she spills off down the lane
Never one to spend much time on good-byes
Never know when I'll see her again

She sings to me silently through a pane of glass
I sing to her through my pain
She waves, mouths the words "Nothing lasts"
Then disappears into the rain

My crowd claps and asks for a new song
They want one that will bring them a smile
So I choke out a tune and before long
I pretend she's there all the while

She sings to me silently through a pane of glass
I sing to her through my pain
She waves, mouths the words "Nothing lasts"
Then disappears into the rain
She disappears into the rain
She disappears into the rain

posted by Bud @ 5:36 AM

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