Writer's Block

from by Walker Banerd

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Verse 1:
Started working on my memoirs, psychological neo-noir, accompanied by foreign choirs and such/
But with each increasing age, there’s more often a blank page. I guess at this stage I’m out of touch/

Chorus:
(So I wrote) I can’t see my hand in front of my face, it’s too dark for that now/
And I can’t hear myself think in this place, oh it’s just too loud/

Verse 2:
Had a rational thought today. Oh but what I wouldn’t pay to have one of those more than once a month/
One good thing about feeling crazy: lots of things get kind of hazy, but those lucid moments pack a punch/
I called myself up today, saw my own name on call display, decided that I wouldn’t pick it up/
Left myself a lengthy message, hope one of these days I get it. I guess until then I’m out of luck/

Chorus.

Verse 3:
Started walking in my sleep, but I know time isn’t cheap. Decided I would make it more worthwhile/
Put a treadmill by my bed, so I can walk on it instead. It’s so efficient that it makes me smile/

Chorus.

Bridge:
It’s been a while now since I broke my mirror/
It must be at least a couple of years/
This writer’s block I just can’t shake it, so I guess I’ll have to fake it/
That’ll have to do for now/

Chorus x2.

credits

from The Agency, released December 1, 2010
Written and performed by Walker Banerd. The original version of "Writer's Block" was recorded by The Ben Kelly Experience (Walker Banerd, Devon de Balasi Brown, Ben Kelly) for their 2009 self-titled EP.

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