Don’t Care Where

Written at the height of Devastationalmania. Even so, love might save the day.

Don’t Care Where

I always said you send me, and I don’t care where
Sometimes I wonder how you move me at all
But, Gretchen, you erased, or rather, laid to waste
A million things that afternoon we walked around the mall

And I’m well aware it only takes a thimble-full of human aspiration
To generate a raging flood of wind and rain and total devastation

So when it’s all blown away
When you’re whispering to me in the rain
Anything you say to me, I’ll believe
Right or wrong, I don’t care
You know I would follow you anywhere
Anywhere you say to be, I will be

I always said you send me, and I don’t care where
Sometimes I wonder how you move me at all
But, Gretchen, you replaced, or rather, laid to waste
A million things that afternoon we walked around the mall

One Reply to “Don’t Care Where”

  1. Hey, Hoss.

    Love the musical Devastationalist Blog idea. Appropriate use of technology. Plus, I dig the songs. I must have heard you perform ‘Don’t Care Where’ at some point–and I certainly hope love saves the day, eventually. I’m sort of counting on it, in fact.

    Can I expect chunks of Devastationalist Manifesto prose, too? Or have you taken the mighty plunge and decided that the Manifesto is actually a Blog?

    Hoss

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