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Part Two

Dressed in black

When you’re shot in the back

And lying in the mud

When you almost die

You get used to the black

 

Spade diggin’ a hole

Robes mumblin’ Latin

When you almost die

You get used to the black

 

Wond’rin’ ‘bout soul

Alone with why’s

When you almost die

You get used to the black

 

Lookin’ for light

SEARCHIN’ FOR FIGHT

When you almost die

You get used to the black

 

When you get shot in the back

When you almost die

When she leaves you for smack

 

You get used to the black

 

 

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22 thoughts on “Part Two

  1. When you get shot in the back, it means it was done by a coward. Mind you, in black the blood doesn’t seem anywhere near as bad. She left you for smack… how sad.
    Very, quite surreal, gripping read Henry.

  2. The low art is my rudimentary poem/lyric, the high art is the video. In contrast I think they work nicely. At Tastoo, it is a lyrical work in progress, but I like what it says now, for what it says, and wanted it out to read before I change it up for song. And thank you all for taking time to read and finding something nice to say. I appreciate all of you.

  3. leahJlynn says:

    I was very excited to read this it felt like a new way to view an epic rock musical. When you sit back and look again it’s very creative indeed for a new area.

  4. Brilliant. After the rereads and the video it feels like last rights and time to call in something or someone to save me. Atmospheric and emotionally hard hitting. Exit wounds are the worst.

  5. nice…i like the repetition and dang shot in the back man, and on top she leaves you for smack…that second stanza is like watching your own funeral….intriguing write man…

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