Shit’s already bad enough. You don’t have to make it up. Shit’s runnin’ over cup. Whaty-what-what? Whaty-what? Thank you, friend. Barry out.
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Some faces just messed up. Going for the owner is tough. They say enough’s enough! Stop staring or shit gets rough. Come there ‘n call your bluff. Thank you, friend. Barry out.
Fuck the furniture. Getta new chair. Not maybe new but No shit be hangin’ there. ‘Nen someday git square Wit Square Gitters. Thank you, friend. Barry out.
They were thick as thieves. Maybe thicker’n at. They had so many fronts Their front was a back. Frontanda back frontanda back They were side to side. If one told the truth Not one of ’em lied. Thank you, friend. Barry out.
Okay you know I’m religious. About colors and black and white. And you know I’m the suspicious type Who don’t go out at night. So you don’t call. Don’t ring my bell. Buddy I’ll dance to your tune I know it well. And I won’t tell if you don’t. Thank you, friend. Barry out. […]
There ain’t no five o’clock. No Sunday too. Nobody waiting to Take over for you. You’re on your own. You’re counting on you. Thank you, friend. Barry out.
No fucking rope. No damn net. Ain’t never worn a helmet yet. You don’t get Why they upset Cause you’re not wetting The bed now. Thank you, friend. Barry out.
Couldya pipe dumb in? Couldya spread it with a wink? Couldya send it via photon To hamper how I think? Couldya message kinda stink? Couldit make me sorta blink? Maybe hit me ina sink An spill my cookies? Thank you, friend. Barry out.
Ya you are mad. Not angry, mad. That ain’t so bad. Long as you’re glad. ‘Bout being really sad. Thank you, friend. Barry out.
Pass through the morning Slip into town Fall outa favor Act like a clown. Skip through tomorrow Squeak though today Sideways through life A silly game you play Stop paying attention Go with the flow Don’t cross the rubicon Why cantya say no? Stay on go. Stuck on fro. You don’t know But you will… […]
Then some gods stopped working. Ya they just up ‘n quit. Some folks wenta bit crazy. Thinkin’ their god got lazy. Everything from there gets hazy. Hazy and too damn hot. Thank you, friend. Barry out.
Take a back road. Take a slow road. Take a narrow road. Take an old road. But take it. Thank you, friend. Barry out.
Idealist you. You’ve got a favorite color. How bout your favorite song? There’s a group you pine to belong to Even if you don’t belong. Your very best behavior. You can’t keep it up. Someone who knows you intimately Knows you’re kinda rough. Falling like you do. Falling, falling, fall. You’re falling for yourself! Thank […]
Trying hard ain’t the answer. Working your fingers to the bone. Ain’t you got any hidden skills? A skill or two you could hone? You ain’t doing this alone. Like doglass sans it’s bone. Better reach ’em on your phone Let ’em know you ain’t been shown The real way to get home. At’s what […]
You dork you. Did, you dork. You pushed that button You looked that look You say you gave more Than you took. But that ain’t true Just look at you. Mayor ‘a Dorksville. Thank you, friend. Barry out.
Ya buddy did shit to himself. Didn’t know it was him Couldn’t find the slim Chance it could all be just him Doing shit. Thank you, friend. Barry out.
Some live fast. They burst in boisterously Then they flash. They’ll take you with ’em. You can leave right now. Only thing you can’t ask Is why or how. Thank you, friend. Barry out.
Culture is not my friend, Terrence said. (Terrence was parta my culture…) Andy’s right. Like he said. Culture’s nobody’s friend. It doesn’t need’em! Thank you, friend. Barry out.
Ain’t no one using force on me ‘Cept me. I will force myself to do. I’ll do it! I will force myself to like. Ah like it! I will force myself to know. Ah know it! I will advantage. I will possible. I will. Thank you, friend. Barry out.
That snapping branch. That ignent glare. That shit I can’t take You anywhere fare. Shit’s leaving tracks Maybe you should too. Maybe make some tracks high on on happy ditch, High above the boo hoo hoo. Thank you, friend. Barry out.
Life has a million tipping points. Tippy, tippy, tippy, tippy, tip. If you don’t notice those tipping points. Tippy, tippy, tippy, tippy, tip. Thank you, friend. Barry out.
The Toba Catastrophe was A pretty big deal. Just the world coming to an end. But you and me, we made it through. Cradled by the hopes of humanity. Thank you, friend. Barry out.
Arrgg! Don’t say arrgg out loud. Maybe say it to yourself but Never in a crowd. Arrgg is not allowed. Arrgg just shows you’ve bowed To vexation. Thank you, friend. Barry out.
Problems won’t eat ’til you got’em. Then they eat your house And your home. Problems chew time like Cows chew cud. Only problems, unlike cows, don’t roam. Thank you, friend. Barry out.
Yay! for all the assholes, The liars and the scoundrels. The beggars slithered right up to the top. They’re so high you canna see them. Although their lips be moving. They lie in wait and all that weight won’t make them stop. Thank you, friend. Barry out.
This habit has you Firmly in its grip. And it won’t let you Slip a little bit. It lives inside you It has its way. And if you don’t like it Too bad, it stays. Thank you, friend. Barry out.
This group he knew got together. Shoot the breeze and stir some shit. Him, he skirted the wisdom crowds. They gave him stupid fits. Stupid fits. They suggested stupid fits, When it don’t. Thankyou, friend. Barry out.
People do. And if they’re lucky They do and do. People do what they do and People don’t change much Least not like me and you. Thank you, friend. Barry out.
Bring your empty pockets. Your yearning and your doubt. Wear your head slightly bowed. Look down not all about. Your luck has all run out. Nothing about which to shout. From the rooftops From the rooftops. Don’t go there Lest yee jump. Thank you, friend. Barry out.
Billy The Kid was a real good dancer. But Billy ain’t known for that. See Billy would just as soon shoot as talk And Billy’d talk behind your back. Spout tough and Billy’d answer back. The death waltz, Billy had a knack. A life would stop short with a thwack! And Billy’d slip through another […]