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Originally appears on Marsupial Garamond Hussalonia (2006).

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Running into friends can be really stressful.
They'll ask you where you've been.
What have I been up to?
I don't really know just how to answer.
I've been staying home. What have I been up to?
Back in '99 when you called me back with regularity
and say, "Why don't you come out with us tonight?
There's a band that's playing that I think you'll like.
Yeah, you gotta hear them."
Quarters in the phone and am ice cream sundae.
I was so alone that I'd called you back every day.
And you were right, there's a time and place,
but they hardly ever coincide.
Now it's all distant like a dream,
the people who were formally
known as you and me.

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from Pop Does Not Mean Popular: A Polite Introduction to Hussalonia (2004​-​2014), released July 11, 2014
Drums by Richard McCarthy. Drums recorded at Harvest Sum by Mark Nosowicz. All other instruments by the Hussalonia founder.

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Hussalonia is pop music cult owned by Nefarico™. Pop does not mean popular.

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