I had to leave because I had to say
‘no’ & ‘stop’ more than once, way too
many times. But you just kept trying to
change my mind. So I left, and it was 3am,
& I slept in the middle of my bed with
the comfort of my own choices. Yeah,
I bet you didn’t even think about what you did.
“Couldn’t be true, you don’t seem like that
kind of guy.”, “Not you, you’ve got that one song that I like.”
They said “he’s got one song that I like”
Now I don’t even know why I went, every
light on the way was screaming ‘RED’.
Now you’ve got me questioning everything I did,
& what would have happened if I’d done one
thing different. & I saw it, the face of
God, & he turned himself away from me & said I did something wrong, that somehow what happened to me was my fault.
You can see it apologists and hear it in the songs.
“Couldn’t be true, you couldn’t do that to someone”,
“Not you, nah your music is too good.”
They said your music is too good.
Kept saying your music is too good.
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This album is so painfully beautiful. Julien's voice is delicately strained and her words paint vignettes that range from delicate somber memories to muted pain. The guitar tones and thin texture of the layering leave this album feeling very intimate and raw. Among the best things I've heard this past year. Jake Gussman