Father's Day

from by Throwing Stuff

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Sitting on this quiet southbound train more often than I’d like these days
A few hours of your time is all I get, I know you have a sleepy head
You’re squirming for words that I know are there, that you’ll never find them I’m fucking scared
They say when it rains, it pours, well this past year’s been an endless storm

“Like I say, like I say”
Will you find those words today?
Now I’m sitting on an eastbound train to what will be your final resting place
I’m not there as much as I should be, and I hate that I’m the only absentee
I found a dog-eared page in a book left unread, a million things I’ve left unsaid
Your eyes are shut but you nod along, and I’m wondering if you’ll ever get to hear this song
There’s a reason why I’m holding back the tears
I just don’t know how long that you’ll be here
But hiding the hurt is easier said than done
And you were never one for all the attention
Yet I still choke on the lump in my throat
With the feeling of dread that this shit evokes
You’re the disappearing mist on a sunny day
You’re fading out, you’re spiriting away
There’s no chance of a happy ending
Just holding out the time we have is extending
I want to believe you when you’re lying through your teeth
With four words that sum up your positive belief
That you’re fit, fine and well
Forever fit, fine and well

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from Fit, Fine & Well, released April 7, 2017

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