The Marriage Funeral Man

from The Plural Of The Choir by Settlefish

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did you notice me at the funeral. i wore those noisy shoes. had that red shirt just to be laughed at and deciphered. maybe that's why the priest glanced and said. hey son. you're the next in line. i'll marry you tonight and then you'll just be fine. (i answered). hell no. actually i said hell that's not right. words you spell are obstacles for like minded divine. i put slippers on to slip a bit more quietly. cause hey those clouds are coming up and i thought this was all about your death and not me. all the schemes are lighting up our souls tonight. uh uh uh uh. all the schemes are lighting up our souls tonight. uh uh uh uh. all the schemes are lighting up our souls tonight! uh uh uh uh. all the schemes are lighting up our souls tonight. uh uh uh uh. did you ever ever ever ever ever ever ever see a man that came to a funeral. decided to get married and then left. all his things had this one special. vision that he thought he could complete. (returned to his family). oh what a big. what a big. what a big defeat. (did he ever ever ever ever envision all this would happen i really really hope he had a plan b to fall back on. i know i would)

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from The Plural Of The Choir, released March 29, 2005

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