So the morning after, the conscious mind says: 'Maybe it was not such the good idea it seemed to be, the night before.'
And the subconscious brain, citing epigenetic rules is like: 'Whatever! Roll with it cos you would make beautiful babies together, and in so doing promulgate the species.'
A Johnny Woebegone and Lilithiana Red duet
WHERE ON EARTH DID YOU COME FROM?
I WASN'T LOOKING, YOU SNUCK UP ON ME
HOW ON EARTH, DID THIS HAPPEN?
THIS CONNECTION, WILL BE THE DEATH OF ME
AND EVERYTHING LOOKS WORSE IN THE MORNING
READING BETWEEN THE LINES ON YOUR PRETTY FACE
WE MADE OUR BED, NOW IT'S TIME TO GO
TROUBLE JUST GOT DEEPER, THAN IT WAS A FEW HOURS AGO
FLYING HIGH, LIKE AN EAGLE
LOOKING DOWN ON THE MOUNTAIN TOP
OVER RIVER VALLEYS, BLUE AND GREEN
INTO THE SUNSET, EXPLODING INTO PINK
AM I IN YOUR DREAMS? ARE YOU IN MINE?
NO TIME FOR LOVE. MORNING BREAKING DOWN THE DOOR
PLANETS COLLIDE, GALAXIES DISINTEGRATE
COLLAPSING IN, ON EACH OTHER
WHERE DOES ONE BEGIN, AND WHERE WILL THIS END?
IF I’D SAID, ABANDON ALL HOPE
YE WHO ENTER HERE, WOULD IT HAVE MADE A DIFFERENCE
CAUTION GOT THE LAST TRAIN, OUTTA HERE
WORDS CAN’T HELP US NOW, WE’RE IN WAY TOO DEEP
from Stardust to Darwinstuff
released April 21, 2017
The Axis of Dissent on this song are:
Danbert Nobacon: acoustic guitar, vocals
Annie Emmenegger: vocals
Anna Dooley: violin
Gregory Miles: electric guitar
Austin Quist: bass
Steve Kamke: drums
Written by Hunter, N. Directed by Nobacon, D.
Produced by Mell Dettmer. Recorded, mixed and mastered by
Mell Dettmer at Studio Soli, Seattle WA, Oct-Dec 2016
EMI Music Publishing Germany 2017
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