Ten Twenty Ten

by Generationals

Generationals are an American indie rock duo formed in New Orleans, Louisiana. The duo, consisting of Ted Joyner and Grant Widmer, released their debut album, Con Law, in July 2009. An EP, Trust, followed in November 2010. Their second full-length album, Actor-Caster was released on March 29, 2011.




When I need it so bad, why do you not come to defend
Is that any way to tell me that you're gonna be a terrible friend
You remind me of a distant constellation
The way you cover it up, but don't let me touch
So now you wanna know is that important
Baby now well it just depends, it just depends

And when you come back uptown remember not to look for me there
I give you one more chance to make it better but you don't seem to care
You pretend to be accosted by tradition
And now you cover it up, tell me you don't
Well now you wanna know is nothing sacred
And I don't wanna have to compare, they don't compare

When I see your friends they say it's in my head
All my friends seem to think you might leave me for dead
I don't remember if it's cost or complication
That keeps leaving it out, cover it up
And if you wanna know I won't confront you
With all the stupid things that you said

Written by: Edward Bartlett Joyner, Grant Evan Widmer

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