Tell me you never wanna see me again
and then keep showing up at my house
tell me you’ll never be in love again,
now you’re walking ‘round with someone else
If I was hungry then you were starving
and he was so sick but you were dying
now tell the dead man that you’re the one dying
treat them like queens until they disagree
and never reflect to think “wait…maybe
the problem was me.” Nah man, just keep
smoking weed. tell this one “Yeah they
were all crazy unlike you, baby.”
tell me that no one know me like you
do & tell me that my friends don’t tell you
the truth & maybe I’ll come crawling back to
you. like that was never your plan, right?
You worked so hard but we were just lucky
to ride those coat tails into infinity, & all
my success has got nothing to do with me,
yeah, tell me again how there just aren’t that
many girls in the music scene!
It’s another all male tour preaching equality.
It’s another straight cis man who knows more
about this than me. It’s another man
telling us we’re missing a frequency.
Show ‘em, Kelly!
It’s another man telling us we can’t fill up the room
It’s another man telling us to book a smaller venue
‘Nah, hey, come on girls, we’re only thinking about you”
Well, see how far we’ve come not listening to you
Yeah, just get a female opener, that’ll fill the quota!
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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