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Music and Lyrics by Luke Gyure.
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Her accent is somewhere between London and Louisiana. Her perfume smells like cigarettes. She has a briefcase, a suitcase, and a purse that could fit a turkey. She dumps it out on the counter and starts to count out change.
She says, “I’m on my way home. But I can’t go home just yet.”
She sits down in the corner and opens up her computer. There is an email waiting there for her. From a fat man with a grey beard, who owns a bakery in South Dakota. It says:
When you gonna try my bread?
She is on her way home, but she can’t go home just yet.
. . . . .
Aberdeen, South Dakota, 1975. A 15-year-old girl gets on a train. Her mother is a memory. Her uncle is a drunk. Her father was gone before she came. Somewhere in Alabama, she inhales a cigarette, and tells someone her name is Josephine. She gets a job at a local library, putting books back on the shelves, where nothing’s what it is but what it means.
. . . . .
She types one word, then deletes it, over and over and over. Dreaming of a man she’s never met. She types:
She takes a deep breath, and finally clicks Send.
. . . . .
The sun is setting now, leaving a cotton candy sky. Camilla smokes and waits for a taxi. The cabbie says, “Well, Josephine, where you goin’ today?” She says, “Dave, you know, it’s funny you ask me.”
“I’m on my way home. I’m on my way.”
from Ian Limbo: The Rough Drafts,
released November 15, 2011
Luke Gyure: Guitars, Vocals, Music, Lyrics, Arrangement, Production
Ryan Vaughn: Percussion
Steve Wall (of Gardentone, Brooklyn, NY): Recording, Mixing, Mastering, Production