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Grey skies over ellenville

Waiting for a train, in Pawling, in the rain, these smart-ass, techie hipsters always seem unreal

So I tell ’em I don’t do what businessmen do, I do my Hannukah shopping in September.

Knocking on a straw door, it’s the door’s last stand. You’ve got to give your fists some time to heal.

Just walk into a pile of garbage, just do you. Swapping rage for tourette’s, you’ll dismember, you’ll dismember.

We were reunited in a sweatshop Shangri-La and slept in our cocoons instead of under the stars

Didn’t make any difference whether we liked it or not, ’cause we loved one another, and stole the same cars.

Grey Skies over Ellenville, cast a shadow over the ones I love. We’re it not for them, I would not (here, today).

They know who they are and I am what I am. I’m no mountain rat, but I’m here to stay.

We were sentimental in the present tense, and the result was somewhere near Accord.

But I never thought I could be happier in a house I can’t afford.

No, no, no

I never thought I could be happier in a house I can’t afford.