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You come home late
For the second time this week
You’re exhausted but so am I
When you ask me what’s to eat

We lock horns
Almost every night
We’ve made this bed of thorns
But we sleep alright

I send out radio bursts
But you’re not receiving
And I’ve had my bags packed for a month
But we both know that I’m not really leaving

You say that my smile’s lopsided
And it ruffles my feathers
This is a house divided
But we built it together

I frown at the floor
Because my shadow
Looks a whole lot like yours
And my reflection
In the mirror each morning
Keeps shifting its features
Without warning

I hate the sight of your face
Except for when I love
These signals from deep space
Can take their advice and shove it


from North American Birdsong, released April 21, 2018




Headless Relatives Troy, New York

Headless Relatives play songs. These songs feature desperate individuals, bittersweet memories, and ancient Egyptian gods. Some of these songs can be found here.

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