Schrödinger's Quarantined

from Tomorrow's Just Fiction by Dr. Something

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lyrics

There are days when no one comes out to play
There are seasons tainted and still
There is silence no ear cannot notice
When our friends are hidden or gone
Shrewd abandon abandoning bodies
Behind closed doors to perish or heal
Can I see her, the one I held so dear?
Or must I find nothing at all
In that closed off room down the…

How did they slip away unseen? (3x)

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from Tomorrow's Just Fiction, released May 26, 2015
Written by Alison Dennis
Mike Chastain on drums
Alison Dennis on the other stuff

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The project of longtime Portland songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Alison Dennis, Dr. Something uses imaginative instrumental and vocal textures alongside humorous, emotionally trenchant lyrics to create engaging chamber pop that blurs the line between art and novelty. ... more

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