Watching TV

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lyrics

All my bones are funny bones. All my roads a map. When I see you in the street, I’m always glad we met. We talk, louder than cars. We laugh, pull on our scarves.

Lately I’ve been staying home, watching TV. Something happens in
a box as if inside of me. My eyes, brighter than lights; my heart, bundled up tight.

If only I could switch off, the story of friends turning lovers. If only
I could move my bones, I might encounter others. Or you, right on the bridge — watch boats, float underneath.

Oh no! I’m staying home.
Oh no! Watching TV.
Oh no! I’m staying in.
Oh no! Drinking some tea.

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from State of Undress, released August 21, 2015

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Susie Asado Berlin, Germany

Susie Asado lives in Berlin. That is the band, not the poem. The poem is by Gertrude Stein. Yes, there is such a poem. The band is not a poem. It is a band. Josepha writes the songs. She takes this very seriously, as she takes the band very seriously and of course the poem, that is Gertrude Stein very seriously. ... more

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