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I wear my curse like a baseball mitt, it's good for one thing and that's about it, it's my excuse when I give up and quit, I use it more than I care to admit. Good thing I've got the gift of forgetting, tend to ignore the odds, just keep on betting, and if I stumble on something upsetting, please just let it go. Me and my curse, well we go way back, though its conception is hard to track, it reminds me of all that I lack, comforts me like a panic attack. Good thing I've got the give of revision, start the new draft with the turn of the ignition, and if I take the long way to my decision, please just let me go. Me and my curse, well we're all we've got, it gets on my nerves 'cause we hang out a lot, ties all my loose ends into one big knot, it's my shadow and I'm its robot. Good thing I've got the gift of relenting, these thoughts are not my own, I'm only renting, and if I never know to whom I am consenting, please just let me go.
Milk Carton Superstars are the songwriting team of Guy Larmay (guitar, bass) and Jim Myers (vocals, drums) doing a fair
approximation of a rock & roll band. People generally like them. They’ve written, recorded and released 93 songs since 2009. Most are made of guitars, drums and some reasonable words. MCS are often joined on stage by bassist Jeff Boyce and violinist Jennie Landau....more