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“Sunshine” on Friday

30 Aug

Courtyard Hounds and a sweet little song about Narcs and others like them –

With fiddle AND banjo 🙂

“Sunshine”

You tell me that you don’t like people
You can only believe in yourself
You pity all those who lack your higher breeding
So I can see the reason you don’t have anybody left

Could it be the way you wear your fur on the inside,
Prefer not to go outside when the sky’s way too blue?
Tonight you’ll grace us with all your inner presence
While your back-handed compliments suck the air out of the room

Hey, don’t rain on my parade and kill a perfect day, wasting my time
Hey, you always find a way to bring me down when I feel fine
We call you sunshine

I’m just an angel that sits upon your shoulder
Says the world will pass you over while you’re waiting for a crown
But you’re no stranger to the art of how to fake it
You play until you break it, you make it hard to be around

Hey, don’t rain on my parade and kill a perfect day, wasting my time
Hey, you always find a way to bring me down when I feel fine
We call you sunshine
We call you sunshine

Hey…
Hey…

Someday you’ll be up on your mountain
High above the clouds where you can never be found
But you start a fire just to beg for intervention
You like the drama and attention, God forbid we bring you down

Hey, don’t rain on my parade and kill a perfect day, wasting my time
Hey, you always find a way to bring me down when I feel fine
Hey, don’t rain on my parade and kill a perfect day, wasting my time
Hey, you always find a way to bring me down when I feel fine
We call you sunshine
We call you sunshine

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3 Comments

Posted by on August 30, 2013 in Music, Narcissist

 

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3 responses to ““Sunshine” on Friday

  1. 3kids2cats1divorce

    August 30, 2013 at 6:26 pm

    Heeeyyyy….is the darker blonde woman a former Dixie Chick? Hmm, Emily Robison? I’m digging really deep into my pre-menopause brain. Loved this…may rename my SBTX “Sunshine”!

     
    • Sofia Leo

      August 30, 2013 at 8:26 pm

      They are both former Dixie Chicks – Martie Maguire and Emily Robison. Their latest album is a bit disappointing – I didn’t realize how much Natalie Maines contributed to the sassy sound and attitude of the Chicks. Still, ya gotta love the fiddle and banjo 🙂

       
  2. behindthemaskofabuse

    August 30, 2013 at 7:31 pm

    Love it!

     

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