©2017 Whitney Buza / 5050songs Inc (ASCAP)
Release Date: Dec 7, 2017
Produced by Demo My Song®
Lead Vocal: Liz


Will it be a girl or boy, comparison’s the thief of joy
But so’s a mother’s love devoid, before a chance to start

And shiny cars and jewels and clothes, crammed and casted in a mold
Substitute the babe‐shaped hole, that used to be my heart

Cogito ergo sum, Descartes, but you don’t think, therefore you aren’t
The fraying thread that broke my back‐Spun lyrically to art

“Hello, hi and how are you, Very, very good thank you,
You look great, and you do too.” I’m two‐faced to the world.
Your x my y, intertwined, the you and me in the flesh
The future that will never be, will always be a guess
The levees broke my flooded ducts, this message soon will self destruct
You and me now face the world, we have to be enough

Swollen eyes, puffy face, mascara stained pillowcase
Hollow as Hollywood ‐ Through good times and tough
We have to be enough
We have to be enough

Genre: Folky Pop
Mood: motherly, loving, upbeat
Instruments: acoustic guitar

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