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Big Boys and Big Girls

from Big Small Town by Urban Blight Players

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Well it’s been quite a while
Since we really talked
I guess it could be maybe a year or two
And I know you’re so busy
I know you’re so popular
I know you’re wrapped up in a life that isn’t mine

You were the pitter-patter raining
A train that’s not coming
You were a candle when the power’s out
You were a lazy Sunday evening
A worry in the night
You are the worry that takes the little worries away

And after all this time
I worry
And after all this time
I’m tired
And after all this time
I miss you
Thought I’d have figured it out by now

I’d like to think it isn’t certain
You’d pull back the curtain
And show me the old friend that you really are
But now we’re all big boys
We’re all big girls
Old enough to figure out our own ways in this world

You were a beanbag chair
The same curly hair
A Saturday morning sleeping late
You were a radio blaring a silly summer song
Thinking about that summertime all night long

And after all this time
I worry
And after all this time
I’m tired
And after all this time
I miss you
But you’re not coming back anymore


from Big Small Town, released December 5, 2004
Wally: bass, vocals
Bill: vocals, guitar, piano
Trung: vocals


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Bill Michalski Saint Louis, Missouri

St. Louis, MO songwriter Bill Michalski exorcises his demons in his new EP, CRANKY. By (almost) entirely eschewing the acoustic guitar in favor of electric and working with a crack live rhythm section, Michalski's songs reach a new level of energy. Mr. Michalski has been recording and performing music since his high school days in 1993. CRANKY is his first non-single release since 2013. ... more

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