From the album Looking Over Yesterday

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Brian McKenzie: Vocals, Guitars, Percussion
Caleb Cook: Bass
Bill Southerland: Drums

Lyrics

Dogeared pages and broken spine
She flips through “Dandelion Wine”
She breathes in June and leaves the rest behind

Clears the dust and opens doors
To rich distinctive metaphors
Feels brand new like it was the year before

She has so much to do these days
But she’s takin’ a page out of yesterday
A rediscovered throwaway

In this world of technology
She holds on to ancient philosophy
To just unplug and seize the day

He wipes the fresh dirt off his hands
His son looks at him like he’s Superman
While the worm he hooks moves like a rubber band
He tells him “Keep your finger on the line
You’ll feel it bite. Just give it time
And we’ve got all day long to take in the sunshine”

He has so much to do these days
But he’s takin’ a page out of yesterday
A rediscovered throwaway

In this world of technology
He holds onto ancient philosophy
To just unplug and seize the day

She got to page 149
He reels in an empty line
They wonder when’s the next time they can feel alive.

They’ve got so much to do these days
But they took a page right out of yesterday
A rediscovered throwaway

In this world of technology
They held on to ancient philosophy
To just unplug and seize the day
A rediscovered throwaway

Copyright 2013 Brian McKenzie