And Then Nothing

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Don't take me to the grocery store don't wanna eat that shit anymore. Yes I'll die someday but it won't be that way. The crazy quiet has abandoned me. That leaves no one but a shady tree. I'll rest my head underneath her falling seeds.

Round in circles is not A to B, I don't need to move to find what I want to see
and wall to wall, up from the grass, across the water, a bridge that offers me sleep.
And then nothing.
And then nothing.

I would trade in sex I would trade in food, trade in my drugs but I won't trade me for you. Out in the sun you move the earth around, here indoors I stay underground with a pen and strings and my mind to store what I have found.

Round in circles is not A to B. I don't need to run or fight for something I don't believe
and wall to wall, up from the grass, across the water a bridge that offers me sleep.
And then nothing.
And then nothing.

Oh it's not the largest of lives (it's so very small)
Still someday the circus will leave town or else I'll rip the tent up from the posts and wall to wall, up from the grass, across the water a bridge that offers me sleep
And then nothing
And then nothing

In the city there's no money for school but another hospital will always be built you will find a place to die if you can't pay to survive. My fathers left the wife abandoned me that leaves no one but a shady tree I'll rest my head underneath her falling seeds and wall too wall, up from the grass, across the water a bridge that offers me sleep.
And then nothing.
And then nothing.
And then nothing.
And then nothing.
And then nothing.
And then nothing.

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from Sherman Baker, released February 11, 2014

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