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The Weather Girl _ Song 28 _ 08_06_2016
(THE WEATHER GIRL) The weather girl brings me sunshine but the weathered girl drives me out of my mind, pressure brings the winds and I have wings to ride this storm but depression stands to sink the icy bar I just came from. The weather girl says our forecast is bright but the weathered girl brings me frost overnight and if the air is rising up to a front that’s cold and sheer then may the morning bring it’s lightning rods to pop this atmosphere and oh my love cant spend all my life thinking something’s wrong does this seem all right ? I don’t know what it means in Fahrenheit. The weather girl promises breaks in the clouds but the weathered girl speaks of six long days of drought. So if your winter’s coming then I’ll be vain and tell the wind but if your sun is rising pull down your pants to which I’m pinned. And oh my love do you think twice about when to love and do you think it’s right ? And whether it all means something and the signs infer a truth we ought to know we’ll see isobars and babies made from hurricanes in the precious morning snow my love but what does this all mean in Fahrenheit ? The weather girl speaks of highs above lows but the weathered girl says pack more suitable clothes, release me as your lover then I guess you ought to know that the acid in my stomach will mark your future down below. The weather girls tells me what to expect when the weathered girl reports on how my ship got wrecked on an island in the sun that’s not without it’s shade where the moonlight can’t escape the wretched height of her palisade. And oh my love do you think twice about when to love does this seem right ? And whether it all means something and the signs infer a truth we ought to know we’ll see isobars and babies made from hurricanes in the precious morning snow my love what does it mean in Fahrenheit ? x
released June 8, 2016
ART by PRIA BORG-MARKS, GUEST VOX by KILLIAN WILDER