Demos for Darbot

by Bartin Memberg

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released May 21, 2016

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Track Name: Lucille
Lucille went to sing downtown
At the Lightbulb Club
The boys wanted them some
Lucille love
All the Brendans catcallin' at her vulgar
Through the whole damn set
Lucille won't come back I bet

This is why we can't have nice things
This is why we can't have nice things

The Arab eyeballed Lucille
On the city bus
She sure don't like it
But she sure don't fuss
He took her hand, he said
"Lucille, won't you marry me?"
He grazed her thigh on bended knee
With no ring

This is why we can't have nice things
This is why we can't have nice things

The party was callow, rich
And Lucille was there
Satin dress and blonde of hair
Then some Shitbird had to
Spike her drink
Lucille's due in one month, I think

This is why we can't have nice things
This is why we can't have nice things

They done her wrong
They done her seven times
By Chad's count

This is why we can't have nice things
This is why we can't have nice things

They done her wrong
They done her seven times
By Chad's count
Fuck Chad

This girl's no fiction
And her struggle is real
And if you see her
Give my love to Lucille
Track Name: Meno and Me
He's a friend of mine and half a mind
His is a cling to half truths hid up his sleeve
Meno and me

He's a haircut, shave, and sure of things
Spouting and proud, we strut and loud down the street
Meno and me

Summon me humbly, love me
Show me the seams, O Socrates
Hold me and hone me
Meno and me

He believes what he thinks oughta be
Spouting and proud we strut and loud down the street
Meno and me

Thought in trough but sure he straddles a peak
He is a man and man thinks less than he speaks
Meno and me

Summon me humbly, love me
Show me the seams, O Socrates
Hold me and hone me
Meno and Me