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« on: October 05, 2008, 01:21:18 AM »

Hi, I've just recently found about Daniel Johnston's music and like most of you I find it to be astounding. I was using Seeqpod to listen to some of his stuff and a song I really like was titled only as "Track Six" I've tried to find some more information on it but so far I have had no luck.
The Lyrics are:

Keep your feelings to yourself
Please go away
'Cause I really don't care
What you have to say

In the dark of the night
You plot your vengeance
But you'll never see the light
And no repentance
Well you really don't know
Which way to turn
And the company you keep
Just a bunch of creeps
As your dreaming on and on
You go nowhere so fast
So you might as well laugh at yourself

Keep your feelings to yourself
Just go away
'Cause I really don't care
What you have to say

If life is a test
You're always failing
Just take it one day at a time
And marry Eddie Van Halen

Get a job or find a way to exist
Get a job or find a way to exist
Get a job or find a way to exist
Get a job or find a way to exist
Get a job or find a way to exist
Get a job or find a way to exist
Get a Job

So if any of you can help me out that'd be great. Thanks a lot.
-Ryan

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« Reply #1 on: October 05, 2008, 07:38:07 AM »

The song is track six, "Keep Your Feelings To Yourself," off the wonderful release "Hyperjinx Tricycle."
It's a collaboration between the very talented Jack Medicine and the very astute pop-culture-critic and artist Ron English. Also making appearances on this project are the Sutcliffes of Dallas Texas, Clem Snide, Chris Harford and Kramer, to name a few. Not a true "Daniel Album," but an interesting and highly listenable triumvirate of intense personalities and expressions. Worth getting.
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« Reply #2 on: October 06, 2008, 10:46:54 PM »

Thanks a lot.
-Ryan
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