Words That Mean Nothing But Are Pleasant to Hear

from by Hussalonia



Originally appears on Double Fantasy (2013). Remixed for this collection. Written and recorded during the 2013 RPM Challenge, an annual event wherein one writes and records an album in the 28 days of February.


Choking on chalk dust, oxidation and rust.
An iron feeling in a tooth.
A cavity filled with truth.
If a river runs through it,
it's worthy to pursue it.
Can you see the daydreams in my eyes?
Opium for molasses.
A public school kid in religion classes.
Give me something sweet and slow and meaningless.
Words that mean nothing, but are pleasant to hear.
Love me to death and disappear.
People say I'm crazy, doing what I'm doing.
I'm dreaming my life away.
I'm dreaming my life away.


from Pop Does Not Mean Popular: A Polite Introduction to Hussalonia (2004​-​2014), released July 11, 2014
All instruments played by the Hussalonia founder.




Hussalonia Buffalo, New York

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

contact / help

Contact Hussalonia

Streaming and
Download help

Redeem code