I could tell you were planning to stay.
I could tell that some things had changed.
How you were saying my name with that smile on your face,
Yeah, I could tell you were carried away.
I heard you don’t fall asleep in your bed.
I heard you haven’t quite found yourself yet.
I heard you’re out every night with those liquor eyes,
Searching for a good man to treat you right.
I still listen to those same songs that I showed you a summer ago.
Do you remember when I drove late that night and you didn’t even bother to call?
I saw you at my friends party last night.
You’re still searching for something that shines.
I watched as you cried and I felt satisfied
and that just doesn’t seem right.
I’ve blistered the bottom of my feet,
While your eyes have grown tired and weak.
You got your drink in your hands with your one night stands,
That stuff just never meant much to me.
You layed on my bathroom floor with a mouth full of lies to ignore.
Like my brother would say, you’ll realize one day.
But I would just like to know for sure.
My friend gave me a silver bill.
He use to keep it for good luck.
Well, I don’t believe in things like these,
But I keep it in my left pocket still.
When every weekend is a chance to live,
And you can’t wait to do it again.
You’re clearly growing up fast, you’ve changed all of your plans,
But I’m still the same kid you fell in love with.
Shy Girls - Under Attack
Portland, Oregon crooner Dan Vidmar settles in nicely somewhere between Frank Ocean and Destroyer on this hyper mellow R&B jam. Let that sweet sax come in and lull you into a deep trance. Between satin sheets, that is.
Expecting great things, especially when with what I understand is a 7-piece live band setup. Download his previous effort Sex in the City EP from his website.