Treat of the Week

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"Someone saved my life tonight; Sugar Bear"

lyrics

you're holding up the bar
with a guitar in your hand
and a pretty little song
about some ugly little man
the kids are sitting down
hanging off each tortured word
the nuggets of gloom
falling off your lips
like polished turds

and you're thinking
the kids are alright
as they turn up
the house lights

you've got nothing much to say
but you say it pretty well
with your sad tales of irony
and love gone sour to sell
now the spotlight falls slowly
on the kid from soft rock town
that's the last stop on the go train
to becoming jackson browne

now your 15 minutes are up
so goodbye
and good luck

cause i heard that the word on the street
is that you're the treat of the week
they say you're the next one to beat
if you want to be the treat of the week
treat of the week

i dreamt of jaymz bee
in a rented mercedes
driving down queen st.
trying to bring back the eighties
the failure industry
is a growing concern
it's not what you achieve in life
it's what you learned

and you're learning
you're yesterday's bore
as they electrify the floor

cause i heard that the word on the street
is that you're the treat of the week
the tasty new christian to eat
some young lions' treat of the week
treat of the week

credits

from Pop Psychology, released June 9, 2009
josh hicks: drums
kurt swinghammer: electric guitar
maury lafoy: double bass

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Dan Bryk Durham, North Carolina

He writes the songs, he writes the songs.

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