How did I get here?
I think I was spacing out –
Does that sound worse than it is?
It’s what I think I’ve wanted for years.
I’d rather feel younger now
Than richer when I’m dead.
And all the strangers I’ll love,
Oh, how sincere I’ll sound
Until they creep me the fuck out.
How I wish that I could trust more than three people.
Maybe then I would loosen up,
And stop trying to invent
A brand new disguise
For the phantom I am
Or a 3D printed gun,
For whatever waits out West,
Or a screen to hold my hand,
For a world without true friends,
For the maze it’s kept me in.
I see accomplishments of men that, really, were a woman’s –
And clear-my-schedule love that everyone’s above,
Unless it’s built to last,
And good enough to share.
On a yearly contract now –
Shit, I really couldn’t care
When we’re all the worse for wear
I’d still want you, anyway.
Well, the future is so weird,
But apparently so is everyone here.
from The Victory Garden,
released April 22, 2017
Patrick Burke – Slide Guitar
Megan Cox – Cello, Violin
Andrew Kuhar – Vocals, Classical Guitar, Rhythm Piano
Megan Poletti Kuhar – Marimba
Nicholas Kuhar – Lead Piano
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