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Any Sign At All

from This Sounds Like Goodbye by Ken Stringfellow



Tell me what went wrong
Do you want me not to hear you when you cry?
Did you listen when he spoke?
Am I the question mark you hoped for? No?
I’ll go away
Don’t come home early today

The bastard wasn’t cool
Did he play you like a harbor to a fool?
Though your stomach wasn’t in it
As he played you to your limits
As if having them’s what mode you feel secure
You claim not to want me, are you sure?

Any sign at all, I’ll dream it you’ll live it
Any sign at all and I’ll give it I’ll give it
Any sign at all, if it’s a sign of trouble
I won’t stand in your way when it comes your turn to stumble


from This Sounds Like Goodbye, released October 4, 1997


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Ken Stringfellow Seattle, Washington

A fixture on the music landscape, indie and otherwise, since the debut of his band The Posies in 1988, Ken Stringfellow has over thirty-five years of experience as a performer, composer, producer, arranger, programmer and more. In addition to his eight albums with the Posies and four solo albums, Ken spent a decade touring and recording with R.E.M and 17 years with Memphis cult band Big Star. ... more

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