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I swear it wasn't me. No, I saw your brother
falling out your family tree - I broke his fall.
Even as a half-caste chimpanzee
I would like to climb your family tree.
Though I'm nearly half way up
there ain't a branch in sight.
Your mother had a wooden spoon.
We were crying, waiting in the TV room.
You said, “it don't hurt.”
Poisoned by embarrassment and pain,
I could never look at her the same.
Even through my impish eyes
bring your poisons
I’ll give you reasons
These are right seasons
I’m knocking on the door
I’m playing outside on the grass
I’m falling down stairs
I’ve got a plaster on my knees
I see you across the street
on your brand-new ride
I lift my arm and hand to wave
but then realise that you can see right through me
from Bone Tower,
released September 4, 2015
Guitar/Bass/Vocal - Dan Hampton
Spoken Word written and performed by Toast Coetzer
Spoken Word double - Reinhardt Van Zyl
Drums - Sheldon Yoko
Percussion - Bronwen Clacherty