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When I go away I'm really going, walk through the x-ray, jump on a Boeing, up through the houndstooth stratus gloom, into heaven's waiting room. Then settle down someplace nice and quiet, hey there's an idea, maybe I'll try it. But the sugar palace in my dream is really made of shaving cream. At a factory they make spare parts for the do-it-yourselfers with broken hearts, they send directions that make no sense, every step without consequence. Well who's in charge down there? May I ask why? Hey there's an idea, maybe I'll apply. But the sugar palace in my head is really made of Wonder Bread. Now get this: they are blind and oblivious and ridiculous and they are us. Oh brother, they are us! When I tell my side I'll really tell it, cool and composed, an eloquent zealot, and I'll step right up to that witness stand, up to the microphone with one raised hand. Hey maybe I'll tell them when they ask me to submit, do you want to know the truth or do you want to know the shit? But the sugar palace in my heart is really just a burnt Pop-Tart.
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