Stayin' Home

brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 31,132
Stayin' Home

I wanna roam
I wanna go
But I don't know
I'm stayin' home

I wanna scram
But goddamn
Don't wanna die
I'm stayin' home.

I wanna split
But awe shit
No where to go,
I'm stayin' home.

Stayin' home
Stayin' home
Stain' home, stayin' home, stayin' home, stayin' home
Staying home.

WHAAAAAAAAAA gui-tar solo!

I wanna truck
But awe fuck
I'd better chill
I'm Stayin' home

I want git
But never quit
So I'll just sit
I'm stayin' home.

Stayin' home
Stayin' home
Stain' home, stayin' home, stayin' home, stayin' home
Stayin' hooooooooome!


"[This is] not science as we know it, but another kind.  I've been looking for a solution which goes back to Egypt, and to the whole universe.  I think musicians are on a superior level, but unlike scientists, they haven't been accepted for their abilities."
-Sun Ra








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  • myoung321myoung321 Posts: 2,504
    edited March 21
    Nice!


    Response:

    It's been about three days now 
    Since I've been above ground 

    Sit Down, Relax, it's only been 3 days!

     ;) 
    Post edited by myoung321 on
    "The heart and mind are the true lens of the camera." - Yusuf Karsh
     


  • tishtish Posts: 2,520
    I'd like to score
    Just once more
    But baby I'm too scared 
    To walk out the door

    Maybe you could don that mask
    I'm ok if it's really fast
    But I'm just too scared
     We'd never last

    How about that 40 foot pole
    Slighty adapted 6 inches more
    I don't mean to come across as a whore
    But baby, I'd love you at least once more

    How about a great long whip
    We don't have to get too close
    Just stay still, stay where you are
    We don't wanna turn into ghosts

    What about instead of 2 head sets
    We get separate breathing apparatus
    Just no water games to be sure
    That covid lives in wet stimulus

    Baby I'd love to love just once more
    No batteries, no screen shots, nor texted words
    But I'm too scare to open up my door
    Not the front one, the back one, nevermore

  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 31,132
    myoung321 said:
    Nice!


    Response:

    It's been about three days now 
    Since I've been above ground 

    Sit Down, Relax, it's only been 3 days!

     ;) 

    Oh man, I know!  What kind of stir craziness will be in a few months?  I may go a little bit nutty, but I promise it won't be this bad, lol:

    "[This is] not science as we know it, but another kind.  I've been looking for a solution which goes back to Egypt, and to the whole universe.  I think musicians are on a superior level, but unlike scientists, they haven't been accepted for their abilities."
    -Sun Ra








  • LoujoeLoujoe Posts: 1,363
    ^^^he didn't have records to play^^^

    Take care everyone.
  • tishtish Posts: 2,520
    edited March 23
    Thanks LJ, you too! I'll have to re-watch that, but I think that loony bin wasn't co-ed either!

    Edit: Watching now... thanks for the idea, BL. So funny! Q: Why do you think you were sent here? A: Well, as near as I can figure out it's because I fight and fu#K too much. hehehe
    Post edited by tish on
  • LoujoeLoujoe Posts: 1,363
    edited March 24
    Nice lyrics Brian. To the point!

    ^^^cookoos nest was an awesome classic. I love when they went fishing. Danny devito is so great in that. The pick from above is the shining. Another great role for Jack.
    Not sure I want to watch horror flicks now.
    Post edited by Loujoe on
  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 31,132
    Loujoe said:
    Nice lyrics Brian. To the point!

    ^^^cookoos nest was an awesome classic. I love when they went fishing. Danny devito is so great in that. The pick from above is the shining. Another great role for Jack.
    Not sure I want to watch horror flicks now.
    Thanks, Loujoe.

    For sure, both are great films.  Cuckoo's Nest (as a play) ran for years back in the early 70's at San Francisco's American Conservatory Theater.  I saw it twice and it was just blown away by how good it was.   

    I keep telling my wife she HAS to see "The Shining" by telling her about the "Here's Johnny!" scene and that it is one of the greatest comedy films ever made.  She ain't buyin' it, haha!
    "[This is] not science as we know it, but another kind.  I've been looking for a solution which goes back to Egypt, and to the whole universe.  I think musicians are on a superior level, but unlike scientists, they haven't been accepted for their abilities."
    -Sun Ra








  • tishtish Posts: 2,520
    Bri, 
    Thanks for the clarification. I kept looking for that crazy ass smile in the wrong flic. Today's project: Watch the horror/comedy genre! 


  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 31,132
    tish said:
    Bri, 
    Thanks for the clarification. I kept looking for that crazy ass smile in the wrong flic. Today's project: Watch the horror/comedy genre! 



    Good ol' horror comedy, lol. I hope you find a good one to watch, Tish!

    Now here's one I have to add to my list-  a movie that I and maybe only five other people in the world have never seen: 1973's "The Exorcist".  No, it's true!  I have never seen that movie!
    "[This is] not science as we know it, but another kind.  I've been looking for a solution which goes back to Egypt, and to the whole universe.  I think musicians are on a superior level, but unlike scientists, they haven't been accepted for their abilities."
    -Sun Ra








  • tishtish Posts: 2,520
    I watching "The Shining"! I have to see that smile. Enjoy "The Exorcist".
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