Devious​/​Tedious

from by Supergoner

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All his smokes got smashed. It jogs the story of the crash.
Although it happened in the summer, he had on a jacket.
If not for the bone stickin' out of his arm,
he's not somebody you'd remember.

(Slowing down,
standing lifelike blue
and flickers like a star
or maybe not.)
He takes a walk around the city with his helmet spilled all over his face
like disguise, but his eyes still burning.
Yeah his arm swings down with the bone sticking out.
He's just waiting for the waiting to call him.

He's in and out like a bad bulb projection
of a map of a town. On her face said rejection.
He takes me back to the front of the diner to tell me something
and I turn around and he's gone. And I wake up with a song.

I was tired; I wasn't making sense.
I been talking crazy- talking tedious.
I look at you; you look away. Out into ones and zeroes.
Best my guess as skinny ol' boy
My last best hope is in ones and zeroes.
While you stare off into space, I look through books about this place.
While you stare, I heard that there's a river.
I heard that there's a river outside my town.

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from A Really Good Friend, released June 12, 2017

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Supergoner Buffalo, New York

Four music-minded individuals in Buffalo, NY. Bill O'Connor, Mike Fuller, and Sean Wild hail from the now-defunct outfit Concubine, having played the Buffalo circuit since 2003. Lisa Yamagishi of NYC throws in to form Supergoner.
Influenced by 90s indie rock, the group favors loud guitars and ripped jeans.
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