I feel it breathing
Down my neck this evening,
I don’t believe in
What I am seeing,
What am I seeing?
Oh — you think know me?
Which one? The new, or the old me?
Yeah, you told me would never come back
So I changed — how selfish of you to take blame,
I made everything different again
You did nothing, don't even try to pretend,
Or portray the lack of action as an act of a friend,
All you did was stand back and laugh at my attempts
To erase every trace of you,
But I bet you ain't laughin’ now punk,
Funny how things work out, huh?
I don't need you no more,
Cry, go ahead, cry,
Your tears hit the floor and I smile inside,
I'ma poor sport — or maybe I'm just tired,
Of having you appear out of nowhere,
After disappearing out of nowhere — Really?!
A full year since your last visit — and you expect to find
The same person that you left behind?
You out your mind muthafucka I refuse to believe in you —
I refuse to believe in something I can't see,
Yes, you existed, but you no longer do,
So a nuisance in my life is something you can't be
But you won't accept that,
You wanna hold on to the past,
You wanna be a constant pain in my ass,
Making me second-guess every second thought that comes to my mind,
Pretty much freezing me in time,
No wonder I get distant — damn,
I can’t show how crazy I am,
I’ve hid it for so long, pretending to be strong,
Every night I have the same light go on,
‘Til guess who shuts it off: Raw
You could say that Bars & Tone is a Canadian alternative hip hop group with a folk rock/p-funk twist — but even a statement
as vague as that would pigeonhole this diverse trio.
The guys have been honing their craft, recording song after song while doubling as a production team for the artists on the collective. Each has their own sound so for Bars & Tone, versatility and openness is compulsory....more