candy left over from halloween / a unified theory of everything / love left over from lovers leaving
books they all know / they're not worth reading
it's not for the season
when autumns comes / you sit in your chair / and you stare / at the tv square / hiding in the deep end / weeding out your weekends
winter comes / and the day all start late / there's motion on the boughs / where the dark shapes prowl / feeling all the feeling / feeling out the feeling
I love hearing, "I'll take you, anywhere. Let's go out together. Broad daylight in the street. I'll take you over anything." The track below is actually titled, Radio King. This originally appeared on, Down By the Old Mainstream (1996), the first LP Golden Smog put out. He co-wrote this with Gary Louris. One could argue that this was once the best song he had written. The Golden Smog record was released between the critical indifference of A.M. (1995) and Being There (1996).
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