Black & White Wonderful

from by Tim Vitullo

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Denial feels like a warm shower,
Wash away your dirt for a couple of hours.
Like the sunrise on the 885,
Reminds you how it feels to be alive.

Tell it to me.

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Brother told you that life would be pretty,
Surrounded by lights in the big city.
Did you know that he was leading you on?
There's no money left and your friends are all gone.

Brother tell it to me.

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Well, well, well,
Can anybody tell?
That the words are all wrong,
The man was only trying to sell.

Well, well, well,
Can anybody tell?
That the sights are out of focus,
And now you've got a name for that.

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Charlie got lost just the other night.
Old dog's been swimming in brown water just so he can hide.
Running around like there's nowhere to go,
You're gonna' drown yourself before your window can close.

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Well, well, well,
Can anybody tell?
That the words are all wrong,
The man was only trying to sell.

Well, well, well,
Can anybody tell?
That the sights are out of focus,
And now you've got a name for that.

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Never wanted all that much,
Just enough will always do.
All the colors, lack thereof,
Are finally showing through.

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Well, well, well,
Can anybody tell?
That the words are all wrong,
The man was only trying to sell.

Well, well, well,
Can anybody tell?
That the sights are out of focus,
And now you've got a name for that hell.

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It's black and white wonderful.

Oh Charlie,
It's black and white wonderful.

Oh Charlie,
It's black and white wonderful.

credits

from Josephine & Assorted Train Songs, released August 1, 2015
Music & lyrics © 2015 Tim Vitullo

Tim Vitullo - Guitars & Vocals
Chris Skelly - Bass Guitar
Brent McConnell - Drums & Percussion
Rich Pantaleo - Keys
Natalie Hatcher - Vocals
Steven Foxbury - Vocals

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