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Lunacy and the Moonmouths

from HORACE PICKETT by Horace Pickett

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Tips and confessions from a uniquely social confidence man.


I'll talk to the silent
And sometimes race the weak
But I pace in my attention as I speak

I have secrets in the trash and all that
Laughter after all, can be a science of the tyrants

And smiles harbor hidden vile beaks sometimes
I may barter, try to bind
But first I'll lift my wine

When you are sold your faces
You keep them from the light
You sure do look so beautiful at night

When the moon was part of the world
It wasn't such a sight
As the universe was young

I will never say that I was right or wrong
I'm just trying to get along
By my tongue and being gone

I'm whispering my will
but even as I live
I really haven't anything to give

Remembering names and slapping some hands
And romancing with plants because people love surprises

They might recognize us at a glance
But always lift your eyebrows in the hallways
Answer your call waiting and write home on the holidays


from HORACE PICKETT, released March 29, 2010


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Horace Pickett Seattle, Washington

Horace Pickett combines a wide range of musical sensibilities from Rock & Roll, Folk, and Electronic, performing all songs with glamorous hints of stage theatrics. They are often compared to The Kinks, They Might Be Giants, and Beck.

Horace Pickett currently lives in Seattle, WA.
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