Letters from the Lunar Outpost

Though an avaricious man possesses wealth, An envious man possesses another's goods, And an ill-minded man possesses his learning- None of these can produce lasting pleasure.
- Saskya Pandita, Tibetan Grand Lama of Saskya (1182-1251)

Listen:  Drive Me to Drink

When I met you I was not well, in my hell
And you opened up with your arms, and your charms
To be honest, I slipped right in, with my sin
And you took me just as I was, and I am

You drive me to drink now baby, yeah
I’m drivin’ my own car
You drive me to drink now baby, yeah
For me the drive’s not too far
You drive me to drink now baby, yeah
I’m drivin’ my own car
You drive me to drink now baby, yeah
For me the drive’s not too far

Sunday morning she’s sleeping in, once again
Monday morning it’s just the same, but for me
Every day is just like the rest, what a mess
And I think the blunt of the blame, is on me

You drive me to drink now baby, yeah
I’m drivin’ my own car
You drive me to drink now baby, yeah
For me the drive’s not too far
You drive me to drink now baby, yeah
I’m drivin’ my own car
You drive me to drink now baby, yeah
For me the drive’s not too far

(break)

You drive me to drink now baby, yeah
I’m drivin’ my own car
You drive me to drink now baby, yeah
For me the drive’s not too far
You drive me to drink now baby, yeah
I’m drivin’ my own car
You drive me to drink now baby, yeah
For me the drive’s not too far
For me the drive’s not too far
For me the drive’s not too far
For me the drive’s not too far
For me the drive’s not too far

 

All music and lyrics written and performed by Mike Cornelison.

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