Too Much Trouble For One Day

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The guitar was handed out as a contest track by "Too Small The Limelight" for their album "Rewrite The Ending". The idea was that you took the strumming and put whatever you wanted over it to make it a contest entry. Jared made it into this.

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if you find it, gotta let it go
for cheap containment, I can barely swallow
if you want it, let it grow
for my entertainment, put me on your show

acidic liquid on his skin
won’t melt away the shroud of anger
one made of wood, one salty grin
we have to let him know that it was
too much trouble for one day

it breeds from this,
faith shatters on the solid walls
expressions of a learned helplessness
the pain scraped from bliss,
another empty metaphor surrounds
a frightened soul expressionless

acidic liquid on his skin
won’t melt away the shroud of anger
one made of wood, one salty grin
we have to let him know that it was
too much trouble for one day

oh

this is the part where everything starts, can I find another rhyme to keep emotion moving closer can I stop, go, lemme know, does it make your heart glow, find it then you rip then you never let it out no.

acidic liquid on his skin
won’t melt away the shroud of anger
one made of wood, one salty grin
we have to let him know that it was
too much trouble for one day

credits

from Master of Tiny Shoes, released December 16, 2011

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Look Left Phoenix, Arizona

Look Left was formed in 2008 when Jared Clark (Vocals/Acoustic Guitar) decided he wanted to be a rock musician. He went out into the harrowing Northwestern Pennsylvania tundra, bought a microphone and started recording. He was joined by Derek Wilber (Bass), Andrew Cotts (Guitar/Backing Vocals), and Matt Royek (Cajon/Percussion/Oddjobs).

LATER after graduating the college, Jared continues alone.
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