And, when they first met each other, they talked, they went and danced at prom, they walked in her back yard, then her name was on his arm, on his arm. And, then, they were in love, one day. They fell, they fell into a dream. They fell into a dream they could always hold onto, a dream they weren't scared to pursue, a dream, I will always have you, you. And, when the memories flood back, I smile, when we were rained upon, when we woke up at dawn, the pillow on Christmas, how you got picked up by the fuzz, the poems and the notes, the music that I wrote, when you crawled into bed, how you get inside my head, the 10 days you weren't around, the escalator that you came down, the angel I have found. We fell into a dream we could always hold onto, a dream we weren't scared to pursue, a dream. I will always have you, you (She blossoms in the front yard for passing cars. She was late this year, pink, groggy, proud. We used to hang sheet hammocks on her limbs, young peas in cloth pods. Spring-grown, we fell so often. She had toilet paper around her waist, one Halloween, roots flooded by a hose, one summer when she was a big, green tent. All I can do now is stay in her middle and hold on, tight. Those long branches are just for caterpillars now. The summers are just a short climb, maybe a guitar played below.).
from Virginia's Playlist,
released January 1, 2017
Lee Boyle - Lyrics, Vocals, Upright Piano / Sam Goodwill - Noise / Brandon Hull - Vocals
Third Class recommends this release, by juche, a great act, out of Cincinnati, Ohio, with a very experimental take on soundscapes, beats, and concepts. Third Class' Jack Boyle is an active member. Third Class