A Shine to it- Laura Stevenson And The Cans
I sold my blood to a hospital but it wasn’t very much blood so they didn’t give me much money they didn’t give me much.
I thought that you might like this because it’s got a shine to it I know you like shiny things so I will try to buy it up for you and drive to you.
I posed unclothed for an artist in his home but i couldn’t hold it long enough and he didn’t like my body much so he didn’t give me much. I thought that you might like this because it’s got a shine to it I know you like shiny things so I will try to buy it up for you and drive.
August spent your basement apartment i fell thought your floor cradle and all i fell through your floor and i can’t spill through your fists until my hands are solid white My lungs are buckled tight together My sliding drawl is like a cannonball Ill slur myself to sleep outside your door
Theres a ghost way up the northeast coast and it’ll break your heart harder than i could ever and that ghost claws at my arms it make me do wrong it make me do wrong and it pushes you down and rattles the walls and it’s sorry it’s sorry it’s sorry so even though its cold and it breaks apart your bones it’s floating urgently outside your door
when you spoke when you speak broken on your knees im a joke im asleep please please please please please
ill be on my feet if you want me ill be on my feet if you need ill be on my feet if you want me to be
This is Laura Stevenson and the Cans’ cover of I Felt Your Shape by The Microphones. Nothing ever so perfect (besides the original) has ever been or ever will be heard. I cannot wait to put this on a mix.
These two back teeth are ground meat I barely slept this week, But you’re lovely in the morning, All reminding me why I should be sorry. Say, “I love your brain but I hate it when it pushes me away” Well it’s been down and now you’re finally finding out That I’m not supposed to get better But I said I won’t be quite like this forever ‘Cause I’m a liar and a thief.
Laura Stevenson doodle that i took a picture of with my phone then put it in illustrator and added color. productive morning. if you haven’t checked out their new album The Wheel then you are missing out and should get on that now.
This is a video I just found of Laura Stevenson playing “The Move” in my hospital room after hearing about my fight with Leukemia and being bummed about not being able to go see her play live. We spent a good couple hours as well just talking and It’s really one of the nicest memories I have throughout this whole journey.
Laura still keeps in touch and leaves encouraging messages on my facebook statuses and such.