Mother's Day

from by Jay Leibowitz

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lyrics

said she's as sober as a judge
and i wasn't feeling so bad
so i took her back home
thinking bout how lucky i am
another one of those nights
riding with the drunks on the path
when i got her back home
we stayed up all night and we laughed
and i played my guitar

she said did you hear
about the people that came out of the trees
they walked right out
looking for something to be
said those metal birds in the sky
are they riding on invisible roads
you see we came outside
cause we were hoping that somebody would know
where are they flying to

(instrumental)

she got out of bed
and asked me if i knew how to pray
i told her the thing
is just knowing what you wanna say
walked her down to the train
and showed her which way to go
watched her walk down the stairs
and remembered it was time to go
home for mother's day

credits

from Pedestrian Life, released April 11, 2012
All songs written by Jay Leibowitz
Produced by Zac Lasher
Mixed by Josh Parrish
Recorded in Bushwick by Brooklyn Sound Lab and Rad Studio
Mastered by Totalsonic

Guitars and Vocals: Jay Leibowitz
Bass: Daniel J. McNaney
Drums: Jack Criswell

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Jay Leibowitz New York

Born down the shore in 1975. Skipped recess in 1981 to work on cursive. Started making music on a toy piano and Bundy sax in 1984. Bought Yamaha's first Clavinova with bar mitzvah money in 1988. Started writing poetry in 1989. Started playing guitar in 1992. Recorded first song on a four-track in 1993. At the age of 35, finally got it together to make a record. Finished it two years later. ... more

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