What's Mine

from by Ryan Sobb

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The uniform grimace makes it hard to distinct,
between husbands and fathers in our precinct.
They bend and shake in the wind like the tail of a kite.

Ya, it's a far away land in the mouths of reports.
Apathetic "I'm sorry"s "We always follow orders".
I heard they found a body on 12 last night.

And will they ask me if I done my best.
God's great mercy, haven't felt it yet.
Slither through the pews to find a right.
To ask the Deacon what's yours and what's mine.

I guess that's what you get, for the price of privilege.
You get a filled green bag, and a note from the village,
saying "I guess things weren't as good as we thought."

Now there's a hazed out sun, the sound of tearing dirt.
Nobody gets redemption, nobody gets hurt.
And Lou Reed's "Pale Blue Eyes" fills us all.

And will they ask me if I done my best.
God's great mercy, haven't felt it yet.
Slither through the pews to find a right.
To ask the Deacon what's yours and what's mine.

credits

from Second to Mary, released September 4, 2012
Ben Brady: drums // Carly Smith: bass
Ron Geirlach: guitar // Ryan Sobb: vocals & guitar
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