posted on July 23, 2006 at 12:09 am

wherever i was lassa night
is a distant memory
oh yeah…….
oh yeah….
itsa all coming back to me
anaheim
we played a big place
it was a little empty
sometimes when this place is kinda empty
how those words haunt me at poorly attended gigs
anyway tho
we were magic
for what its worth
from my point a view anyway
patti hood played the harp like a goddess
have you grokked this yet…?
we hadda harpist playing with us
shes not here anymore
we gonna miss her
the harp n her playing lent an indescribable sheen
like fuckin’ fairydust sprinkled onto everything
dan from 91x was there
huh you fiendss out there thinka that ya true fanss?
dans gotta ipod EXCLUSIVELY FOR HIS CHURCHNSOLO COLLECTION!!!
thats a true connysware of all things chruchy
dan dan dan
if only more of those powerful execs loved the chruch
the way you did
ah well…..
itd bee so easy, baybee
its so hard to walk away
easy now
edit me gently
anyway the gig was easiest the best
a lovely venue actually
just far too big for a olde bunch in their twilit years n tears
like tonites place
a huge monolith of a gig in the middle of a desert
a hoarse with no name
miles 2 big for the cuppla hundred who are actually coming
rite now i have reid wilson
heatherspace
n jesuskrishna here backstage in tempe
in this mega venue where you could hide an army
my “biographer”
robby lurid turns up
hes interviewing pk
ive warned pk dont slanda me
or i’ll get even with ya online
ON MY BLOGGE!!
pk dont spin yer yarns n tall tales bout me
tell the everlovin’ truth
im a good guy
arent i….
arent i?
today the weather is 120 degrees farrenhite
its hotter than syddleys 110 on new years day
we stopped in middle of desert
it was so hot
the cactii fiendss
just like in the movies
badlands
dead rivers
vultures
twisters
tumbleweeds
railway tracks
gila monsters
piles n piles of rocks
miles n miles of hazy heat
blue jagged mountains
deserted houses
everything here is surreal
scorched dry beyond belief
now ive runnoutta time
too badde
see ya tomorrow
sk

49 Responses to “by the time i got to phoenix”

  1. avatar
    Anonymous | 23 July 2006 at 1:38 am #

    Drink plenty of water.

    B.Bon

  2. avatar
    Anonymous | 23 July 2006 at 1:41 am #

    Hello Isolde.

    B.Bon

  3. avatar
    CAPTAIN BEYOND | 23 July 2006 at 1:57 am #

    thanks for playing in me Arizona, especially me Tuscon…
    Ne iko

  4. avatar
    Renee | 23 July 2006 at 2:15 am #

    Damn! there’s just no pleasin you middle aged, hippy space rockers
    I try to be good and faithful fan, I read your fucking blogg everyday and it’s just not enough for you!

    If you buy me an ipod I’ll load it up with your songs, marty’s songs, peter’s songs,
    I don’t care, whatever you want!
    One of those nano ones would be good, you know with the video and everything!
    We can’t all be rich radio station people,
    I’m poor, you know what I had to go through to scrape up the money for tickets to your show?
    We won’t be able to buy food that whole week, but we’ll be at your show, supportin ya!
    If I pass out from hunger while I’m there, just step over me.

  5. avatar
    Anonymous | 23 July 2006 at 2:42 am #

    I would pay *any* amount of money to see and hear the last :90 of “Block” live and electric. Holy shit.

    Marc

  6. avatar
    Jeffrey | 23 July 2006 at 3:08 am #

    Boy have I got a story for you…

    So After a horrible day of work yesterday, I realized I had gone on the wrong direction (or route) home if I wanted to try to make it to your show. I convinced myself foolishly enough that I could just “drop by home” and get something to eat to help one of the worst headaches I had in a long long time from all the fucking humidity and heat that almost never ever visits here, and the fact that I had no lunch at work at all on my break and slept instead beacuse again I got no sleep from this bastard heat and humidity wave.

    Well, after frying some tofu, and falling asleep (I’ll just relax for minute I said to myself, the kiss of death) as I did it on my couch, I woke up at about 7:30 with all my stuff ice cold and a little burnt(I guess I got up and turned it off which I don’t remember at all). I thought man maybe I could make it in time, but my head hurt so bad I didn’t even know if I would be able to enjoy it, and of course i was still starving because I fell asleep on my lunch break and didn’t eat. Shit! Not cool, not cool at all. As I screwed around my place trying to figure out if I could eat, get a little coffee and maybe shake the headache, brave the traffic, and get there in time to not hurt mr.dickinsons feelings and I ran in late to catch the show, potentially looking like a schmuck arriving late to the gig and fumbling for a table, I thought to myself it’s not looking good. I thought about the price which I really couldn’t afford if I got dinner there which I would and I’d get drinks because for sure I was dying of thirst, I’d be powerless against even a decent beer or wine, so I just thought shit, I’m not going to make it from seal beach to there in time at this hour it’s just not going to happen. I had a cd that I had sent Tim powelles from here and remastered it for you great guys to listen to on the road (and hopefully like it)and see if he’d like to, or you’d like to produce it or collaborate with at your studio or him at spacejunk and everything he knows me tell him this story is from Jeff from seal beach, he’ll know who I am, probably even his super nice wife too.

    I was very very distraught, but just felt so horrible and the time was so close that I just couldn’t make it, especially for the cash involved. It really sucked. So, after sulking and getting a little watery eyed that it just wasn’t going to happen for me, I decided that I could at least read through the blog of yours while the show was going on as a show of support, somehow it made me feel connected, and a little less down.

    Well, in the course of reading your blog from the day before(which I also missed because I couldn’t make it from where i worked in newport to san diego in time for the show at the belly up which I realy really wanted to, I just couldn’t leave early,and the traffic was a disaster, also not cool…)anyway…
    In the course of reading your blog from the day before I noticed you were into your rankings, and was laughing about the people who were before you as I went to check it out because some of them were so just not what I’d expect to top anything I guess, and in the course of clicking through their sites, I foudn this one that looked funny about an old guy and and cheesy porn which I clicked over to look at, it was just to weird, I couldn’t help it, and as I clicked on a close up of his two weird ass pictures which I thought were just bizarre and very random, one of the pictures bounced me over to some weird ass site, and after staying bug free on my system for goodness knows how long, dumpoed about 300 of the most aggressive viruses I have ever encountered on my system, one of the even puts up a fake message as if it was from your windows security system with what of all things, A VIRUS ALERT, IT’S THE FUCKING VIRUS!!! THE NERVE!! So, after a half an hour of trying to get rid of it because it kept flashing a fake sing in the bottom right of my screen, I finally bought a great virus removal program that was the top from CNET, and PC tools, that got rid of it and all the other crap it dumped on my system, with a years subscription to keep it off.

    How much was it you ask? Exactly 29.95, the exact cost of your ticket! So, not only did I get screwed out of a show because I felt like shit, but I spent the exact amount of money for the show that I would have spent if I went, and didn’t get to see anything but a stupid screen get rid of bugs from my system.

    What’s the moral of the story you ask..?

    It really pays to see The Church.

    If you guys make it back this way, can I get to come to a gig just for such a shit night? Or can I maybe just send you my disc so you can at least listen to it as you cruise around the country, it would help me feel alot less depressed.

    When it’s all said and done, I just want to point out, you most definately have some very dedicated fans and people who support you and all that you’ve got going on, and really might have gone to great lengths to try to see you and just couldn’t make it, me being one of them. ๐Ÿ™‚

    I’m really bummed I couldn’t attend, andif you come this way on the way back after you do san francisco I’d really love the opportunity to attend a gig, adn just say hi, because I really am very bummed I couldn’t make it for reasons that were alot bigger than me this time around.

    Serces me right for clicking to look at cheesy internet porn even if it was just for a laugh.

    You are the best. Thank you or all your wonderful music, and just for being the great people that you are, I for one cherish all your hard work and contributions, and if I had my own radio station I’d play your stuff and tell people what great guys you are all the time.

    Hope you read this, and glad things went well.

    Jeff
    rocketboxserv@hotmail.com

  7. avatar
    Jeffrey | 23 July 2006 at 3:17 am #

    and in reading through my comment, I should come to embrace the fact that spellcheck is indeed my friend.

  8. avatar
    Anonymous | 23 July 2006 at 3:28 am #

    Dear Jeffrey, I think you could have told that story in about 30 words. It’s called editing.

  9. avatar
    Anonymous | 23 July 2006 at 3:36 am #

    cont’d from 1:28 above:
    Pay me no mind, Jeffrey, I’m just a smart-arse. You have excellent taste in music.

  10. avatar
    sue cee | 23 July 2006 at 3:37 am #

    Steve firstly, beautiful song, lame heading ๐Ÿ™‚ When I was a kid I used to tell other kids that Glen was my uncle, pathetic I know. The beauty of kidhood is that they believed me!

    Secondly, I dont know what ‘grokked’ means and not even gonna go into Ipod territory except to say that I’d love one if there’s anyone out there who has a spare ๐Ÿ™‚

    Thirdly, have u and Russell looked into free audioblogging while you’re over there….sending yr blog by phone if u get stuck without net access. Something to do on the road? Selfish excuse to hear your voice of course. Easy to get into and something to play around with.

    It sounds like my place out there in the wild west. Dont dehydrate! Lots of H2o goes without saying.
    x

    ps Jeff, I looked at one of those questionable blogs you mentioned too… out of curiosity… no viruses but I did learn something i didnt know!

  11. avatar
    Anonymous | 23 July 2006 at 3:44 am #

    My King Feeeind, Dearest Master of Bloggin, Daylifter of miles of smiles.. When it comes to beein a true Crunch feeeind my lifetime friend.. I’m afraid owning an ipod just for Crunch exclusivity surely must pale in comparison to say.. having flown across the Tasman Sea from Auckland to Sydney countless times (and I truly have lost count, but it’s at least 12 times) EXCLUSIVELY to see The Church play “LIVE” I’ve spent 000’$ flying over to see you’s. Enuff to buy 100 or so ipods. Many other loyal american feeinz are about to embark on same expense.

    We may not be powerful execs in favourable places, but we are loyal to the bitter end Master, always will be.

    Happy & safe travels

    Paul Lightfoot

    Auckland NZ

  12. avatar
    Queen Hatshepsut | 23 July 2006 at 4:40 am #

    Steve. Sometimes I wonder how far and wide and deep the valley is. Question: is it hard for you to feel satisfied w/life and/or yourself/your music? No more questions, I know.
    Patti added so much magic to the shows…true. Sorry she can’t go on tour w/you so everyone can hear the beauty of her heavenly harp.

    love
    d.
    xxoo
    p.s. renee – be careful – I’m a true fan and mwp did leave us to starve to death at the henry fonda…ha. we were hot and hungry and tired but there was no rest for the wicked. dedication!

    p.p.s. speaking of, this is dedicated to my anon friend. ๐Ÿ™‚

  13. avatar
    Anonymous | 23 July 2006 at 4:43 am #

    hi sk
    just imagining
    the arizona desert
    makes me
    think about
    that obsession
    with ice …
    hmmmm
    drink up
    love
    diane
    xo

  14. avatar
    Anonymous | 23 July 2006 at 5:07 am #

    River of Money
    Lyric: Grant

    It is neither fair nor reasonable to expect sadness
    to confine itself to it’s causes. Like a river in flood,
    when it subsides and the drowned bodies of
    animals have been deposited in the treetops, there is
    another kind of damage that takes place beyond the torrent.
    At first, it seemed as though she had only left
    the room to go into the garden and had been delayed by stray
    chickens in the corn. Then he had thought she might
    have eloped with the rodeo-boy from the neighbouring
    property but it wasn’t till one afternoon, when he
    had heard guitar playing coming from her room and
    had rushed upstairs to confront her and had seen
    that it was only the wind in the curtains brushing
    against the open strings, that he finally knew she
    wasn’t coming back. He had dealt with the deluge alright
    but the watermark of her leaving was still quite visible.
    He had resorted to the compass then, thinking that
    geography might rescue him but after one week in the
    Victorian Alps he came back north, realising that snow which
    he had never seen before, was only frozen water.
    I’ll take you to Hollywood
    I’ll take you to Mexico
    I’ll take you anywhere the
    River of Money flows.
    I’ll take you to Hollywood
    I’ll take you to Mexico
    I’ll take you anywhere the
    River of Money flows.
    But was it really possible for him to cope with the
    magnitude of her absence? The snow had failed him.
    Bottles had almost emptied themselves without effect.
    The television, a samaritan during other tribulations, had
    been repossessed. She had left her travelling clock
    though thinking it incapable of funcitioning in
    another time-zone; so the long vacant days of expensive sunlight
    were filled with the sound of her minutes, with the measuring of
    her hours.

  15. avatar
    Anonymous | 23 July 2006 at 5:12 am #

    http://www.audioblogger.com/

  16. avatar
    eek | 23 July 2006 at 5:50 am #

    I think your anon friend has the hots for you Denise, but can’t come out and say it because, well…you know. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    oooh! an iPod just for the Choich (and solo etc). hmmm…you know I really do not need an ipod, but that does sound awfully cool.

    Still…because I don’t have unlimited funds I have to decide if I’m gonna spend that much, would I rather give my money to SJK or Apple? So far it hasn’t gone to Apple.

  17. avatar
    davem | 23 July 2006 at 6:29 am #

    SK,
    I remember you playing in my home town(Birmingham) on the GAF tour. When you sang UTMW you raised your eyes to the ceiling about the spaces (where the people used to be)on that line – I felt guilty even though I was there!!
    My Son was 13 yesterday & he had an i-pod (I’ve still not managed to afford my own!!). Pleased to say he’s chosen to put at least 20 Churchy tracks on there.
    He may fail his GCSE’s but crikey I’ve done something right in bringing him up!!
    It’s been interesting looking an the web-sites of some of the venues you’re playing. Keeps me feeling in touch – thanks to all the fiends who’ve given links to photo’s and vid clips too. All this technology makes the world a very small place. Scary.
    Love you more (the heat sounds awful btw)

    Dave M

  18. avatar
    Michael | 23 July 2006 at 7:02 am #

    anaheim was beautiful
    lovely theater
    wish there were more people
    if the guys were disappointed
    it didn’t show
    easy was transcendent
    grind mesmerized
    metropolis a misjudgement?
    i think not
    a bit of bye bye pride!?!
    took my breath
    much thanks steve
    show was loose and lively
    band in great spirits
    as if they were in showbiz

    the boys were lovely after the show
    friendly and gracious
    how they keep up the touring pace
    amazes me

    everybody….no excuses
    get out there and show your love
    for this remarkable band
    who are better than ever
    i’ve seen them many times
    over the last sixteen years or so
    as a band and solo
    the grove was the best
    i’ve been priviledged
    enough to witness

    glad you made the desert trek ok
    best wishes on the rest of the journey

    see everybody in san fran
    should be amazin’

  19. avatar
    Anonymous | 23 July 2006 at 7:05 am #

    Steve…my first contact with you. You pulled me into your world with Starfish and never let go…damn you. Thank you for countless hours…nay, days…years of beautiful sonic poetry.

    Just got back from your gig in Tempe. Sorry for the heat…sorry for the piles and piles of rocks…sorry for the jinx on your equipment. But you gave us all a gift and i thank you…all of you. We love you and we always will…you space rocker.

    Oh yeah…sorry again for the RELENTLESS fucking HEAT.

    -roland

  20. avatar
    ground control to major tom | 23 July 2006 at 7:34 am #

    hello B.Bon no.1 top gun

    from isolde

    message for you from ground control:

    Inspector Clouseau wants to know “is zeese panthรจre peenk?

    pliz rsvp2IC@HQ

  21. avatar
    Anonymous | 23 July 2006 at 8:56 am #

    Non. The mange has all but eliminated any colour from the elegant beast’s pelt. A shame, as this creature was once one of the most handsome and noble on the savannah….all that are left are the creature’s keen instincts and ingrained habits….a unique specimen none the less, and one still capable of demonstrating it’s skills as a devourer and of the less adept and unsophisticated, leaving them prone and desicated in it’s wake….

    So…not ‘peenk’…no.

    I am jumping on Oprah’s couch as say this.

    Au revoir.

    B.Bon

  22. avatar
    captainmission | 23 July 2006 at 9:20 am #

    Hello Stranger in a Stranger Land. Whats a Gila Monster?

  23. avatar
    Anonymous | 23 July 2006 at 11:18 am #

    I never thought I’d have iPod envy sk! I thought I had a special place in ya heart, but then some dude comes along with an iPod full of your songs, and he’s the best thing since sliced bread, thanks a lot!!

    I still love you tho.

    Bye for now,
    iPrince

  24. avatar
    sue cee | 23 July 2006 at 11:27 am #

    Capt’n .. a Gila Monster’s a venomous desert lizard. Reminds me a bit of our aussie outback Shingle Backs but with more striking markings. But… it could also be a rabid church fan found only under rocks in the arid regions of Arizona? who knows ๐Ÿ™‚

  25. avatar
    Elduvik | 23 July 2006 at 12:05 pm #

    my mp3 player is also exclusively filled with church & solo work…

    Andreas
    Genoa/Italy

  26. avatar
    Cameras 4 Eyes | 23 July 2006 at 12:48 pm #

    Does PK know he has his own blogge?
    Computer wiz TP has made one [uno] [1] entree on his.
    Marty has fallen off the blogge charts since el torro began.
    SK, give ’em a poke.
    Show TP how it’s done.
    I grock Spock and SK and PK and TP and MWP and slander.
    Really, the Church are sliding close to the Bush Adm in one sided news reporting.

  27. avatar
    syrinx | 23 July 2006 at 12:50 pm #

    Due to circumstances beyond my control, not limited to but including black-nothing darkness, I’ve been on a magical mystery tour that has me getting back from Tempe just now, as the sun comes up. It’s only a 99-mile drive. It was worth it though – saw my first coyote. I bow to the east.

    I wanna say thanks for everything, but especially thanks for “Constant In Opal,” a bit of Patti and hammering out the love. ALLLLLL over this land. You guys were spectacular.

  28. avatar
    Anonymous | 23 July 2006 at 1:24 pm #

    SK –

    Fantastic show in Tempe last night. Marty’s ‘issue’ really broke down the barrier for me – you, PK & TP did a great improv to cover it and it made the whole show.

    Come back soon!

    EB

    PS – To all those who left before the encore(s!) – what were you thinking?

  29. avatar
    General Catz | 23 July 2006 at 2:09 pm #

    Steve, terrific show in Tempe! But you barely mention it. You guys were in the best humor, i was laughing myself sick. The music was wonderful, the jokes were wonderful, even marty’s equipment malfunction was wonderful in that it seemed to really turn the evening into something intimiate between you and us, pulled us all in together and the ride was delicious.

    Loved your Isaac Newton bit! Oh, and did you notice you only introduced Peter but not the rest of band or yourself? lol

    You smiled a lot and really seemed to be enjoying yourself. It was lovely to see. I couldn’t get the smile off my face, either.

  30. avatar
    Wesley Bohannon | 23 July 2006 at 2:09 pm #

    Just recently found the blog and Karmic Hit website. I didn’t know SK had brothers in the music realm. So far, I’ve been enjoying the mp3s from KH. Bhagavad Guitars’ Assassin has a good sound and I think the name is great. Looking forward to seeing the Church in Austin.

    If SK is reading, I suggest he checkout a local Austin band called the Coffee Sergeants. They have a cool, laid-back, psychadelic sound (http://coffeesergeants.com/Mp3s.htm). If around for Tuesday, August 1st, they are playing a free gig at Carousel Lounge from 7:00 to 9:00…

    Adios,
    Wesley.

  31. avatar
    bdole | 23 July 2006 at 3:43 pm #

    Really looking forward to seeing some scruffy aussie washed up wonderkids in Houston wednesday night. I’ve never seen the band live before, and only been listening religiously for around 20 years or so! It is a shame the music industry does not value great music over marketing power, but of course there is an inverse relationship between consumer intelligence and marketing impact. U2 is the greatest rock and roll band on earth? HA! I’m gonna be seeing them wednesday night. So very appreciative you made it halfway across the earth one more time.

    bdole

  32. avatar
    shawn_el | 23 July 2006 at 4:32 pm #

    SK – I liked your desert imagery, although simple. I would love to hear more.

  33. avatar
    Anonymous | 23 July 2006 at 4:53 pm #

    Sounds like things were hot in Heliopolis.

    FT

  34. avatar
    Anonymous | 23 July 2006 at 5:19 pm #

    Steve-Thank you for coming to Phoenix- my husband and I were honored to be in the front row! The Church is his favorite band ever and it was lovely to see him so happy. We plan to hang a couple of your prints in our kitchen. Anyway, we love you! Em

  35. avatar
    Fandorin | 23 July 2006 at 5:32 pm #

    oh while you’re there in the desert, don’t forget to have some grainy b/W pictures taken. wide angle, grim faces, scruffy hair. brought gazillions for U2.
    greetings from that furnace called germany..
    st

  36. avatar
    Chela | 23 July 2006 at 6:46 pm #

    Gila monsters look like walking beaded purses, I love them, poison and all.
    Chela

  37. avatar
    Mike | 23 July 2006 at 8:44 pm #

    Just to say Hi, I saw you in Preston, England in 1982! I gave Trevor Boyd a lift: he made me, and I’ve been listening since.
    Mike

  38. avatar
    baby | 23 July 2006 at 9:49 pm #

    “badman’s woman with that look in her eye
    she stops to wonder as she passes by?”

    perhaps she is concerned as to whether or not her burrito has nopales in it, which of course, would be strangely sweet.

    in the desert, you can’t remember your name

  39. avatar
    Anonymous | 23 July 2006 at 9:57 pm #

    Jesus H. CHryst….Am I here all alone, or is being a hardcore fan alotta wonderment…such as…fill in the blank…..I dunno, Im starting to feel over-aquainted or not enuff..this is hellish limbo…bye…love, Dee *

  40. avatar
    nickfiction | 23 July 2006 at 10:07 pm #

    Hi Steve I flew from Cleveland to see the show in Anaheim. You’re right it was a lovely place, thanks for a great show!!! I’ll see you in cleveland on the 17th / good luck in your travels

  41. avatar
    John Garratt | 23 July 2006 at 10:36 pm #

    Well, if I had an iPod…uh…I would consider putting all my Church stuff on it. If….if…if…

    John

  42. avatar
    SOCKFACEPUPPETMUNCH&MATTDAVISON | 23 July 2006 at 10:52 pm #

    talking about U2! there is a lot of cross fanage with U-2 bands, infact, there is a whole blogge on the offical u2 site about the chrunch.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~`~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~`~~~~~
    I bet you are all sfe in your hotel wombs hidding out in the desert watch the shows from your own eyes…You lot are the luckest barstards in the whole world.. you have all seen the Church gigs from up onstage.. you have one on one time with each other you get to hear all the sound checks attend the aftermatch functions and smoke spliffs together and it cost ya nothing I moved to Australia to see you dags…Worked in a shit bar to pay my way untill the FY tour embarked on Melbo..all because ya didde not come to New Zealand. The place that gave ya the Enz, yr Dragon Me Sex Da Chills, Evermore Crowdie Ouse The list goes on… So Fuc Ya Radio Exec.. What’s e ever done for you.
    I have made about 1000 Church fans by spreading the words, I have hundreds of Ex shaggs that spend their lipsticky money on yr albums and …blah blah da da.
    So Sk come on I don’t wanna here about that dick. He don;’t comment on dis Bloggywoggy.
    M&SFPM

  43. avatar
    Rama Dee | 24 July 2006 at 12:06 am #

    Never stop being swallowed up or amazed at the complete shadow cast on so many…uninvited, like me, the future…see you in Austin Mr Kilbey

  44. avatar
    Rama Dee | 24 July 2006 at 12:13 am #

    oh yeah, I love Bono…I think the people who criticize him are fuckin immature cliches themselves…i mean, c’mon, lets hear YOUR music…thats just the tip of it all, to say the least…

  45. avatar
    that guy with the dreadlocks | 24 July 2006 at 4:08 pm #

    you talikin to me?

  46. avatar
    that guy with the dreadlocks | 24 July 2006 at 4:42 pm #

    if i am that guy with the dreads , and im not sayin i am , but if i was would this be a good thing or would i be apoligizing,if i was this dread fellow, for disrupting a passed philadelphia show with drunken fervor? i didnt set out to have a lousy evening , just couldnt lay off the sauce ,.. and then peter told me to shut up and mood and emotions fell and swirled from there,..and if i was this fella with said hair crown i would tell that this dread incident that started with innocence has plagued me over these several yearsso much so that i dont even use the sauce anymore cause i reckon i can nae handle it,. could i be forgiven mangy panther sage with iceblink for eyes forgive me ,..quiet and still this time ,..? no whistles or cock tales or burgandy juice just dignity and respect this i swear an oath i do take and no oathbreaker am i what i am is terribly sorry for what i was all that occured ,…

  47. avatar
    that guy with the dreadlocks | 24 July 2006 at 4:47 pm #

    and if thats not what you were refrencing then forget i sai…i mean im still very sorry for being rude at your show that time there i owe everyone who was at that show an apology ,..
    sincerely
    that guy with the dreadlocks

  48. avatar
    Anonymous | 25 July 2006 at 12:16 am #

    To,
    Cockbreathmuppetlunch,

    I didnt think sheep wore lipstick let alone bought Church CD’s.

  49. avatar
    Anonymous | 26 July 2006 at 12:49 am #

    just a fan
    (on a hot day)
    who saw you
    Anna Hyme led us together
    unlike the previous times
    when saints brought us together
    Francisco, Diego, Juan Capistrano
    not to mention the first time
    introduction by the Angel(e)s

    you led me on a musical path
    and are still the only ones
    the only ones with me
    and i still chase behind
    the dust of your caravans

    i hope you donยดt melt
    in the U.S. heartland

    ps. sorry for the tepid pools

    sina
    http://www.myspace.com/bossanova1


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