He left a key hidden by the backdoor but
I never showed up. There was something
sleazy about it that made me wanna rob
the place & run. & I’ve been ignoring the calls, I’ve
been riding my bike with handlebars
through empty street in the dark, & I think
I’m getting pretty good
Maybe I’ll leave the house tonight, maybe I’ll
even watch the bands & maybe I’ll cry.
Maybe I’ll tell everyone I cried while you
sleep next to your wife, for the rest of
your life while I’m riding in the dark
on my bike with no handlebars, yeah.
And I heard it from a friend that he talks
to the primary school kids through the fence.
Yeah, you should’a seen his book collection,
it was ‘How to Socialise & How to Make Friends’,
yeah I guess we’ve all got our problems and areas to improve. & I know
one of mine is to go a night without sympathising with you
I can see myself living without you
& being fine, for the rest of my life, it’s
just me on my bike & I’ll wave to you as I ride by.
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Words cannot do this album justice, but here's a feeble try: sublime guitar playing, beautiful singing, and heart-wrenching stories of being lost and being found by and wrestling with the Almighty. <3 James Mahoney