Gen X

I’m working on a new album, so I’ll be sharing links and posting music stuff for a while. If you want to support, I really appreciate it.

If it’s not your thing, no worries. 🙂

Rock on!

Superman and Lois Lane, 
falling off that stupid train
Even when the gods decide, 
where to run and where to hide
Drowning in the pouring rain, 
I have never been to Spain
Burning like a swollen tide, 
open up and spread it wide
Roller blades and shifty curves, 
tiny dots get on my nerves
Even when the gods decide 
where to run and where to hide
Drive a car that only swerves, 
munching on some tasty herbs
Burning like a swollen tide, 
open up and spread it wide

Holding on to what we remember

Summer days get left behind 
sipping on your favorite wine
Tiny men in tidy bowls, 
serve 'em up with comfort rolls
Even when the gods demand, 
leaking in the desert sand
Burning like a swollen tide, 
open up and spread it wide
Drive a car that never swerves, 
munching on some tasty herbs
Summer days get left behind 
sipping on your favorite wine
Even when the gods demand, 
leaking poorly in the sand
Burning like a swollen tide, 
open up and spread it wide

Holding on to what we remember

Superman and Lois Lane, 
falling off that stupid train
Even when the gods decide, 
where to run and where to hide
Drowning in the pouring rain, 
I have never been to Spain
Burning like a swollen tide, 
open up and spread it wide
Roller blades and shifty curves, 
tiny dots get on my nerves
Even when the gods decide 
where to run and where to hide
Drive a car that only swerves, 
munching on some tasty herbs
Blind spots rotting on the vine, 
generation left behind

Holding on to what we remember

Have a great day, do with it as you will!

-I am Crandew

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6 comments

  1. That song is excellent.

    I don’t know how much longer the world’s got but if through some miracle it lasts a few decades longer, after reading this song of yours, it wouldn’t surprise me if you were considered the Bob Dylan or Leonard Cohen style lyricist of this generation.

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