Let's Decompose and Enjoy Assembling!

by Oblio Joes

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released January 1, 2006

Oblio Joes were:

John Brownell
Dan Strachan
Stu Simonson
Ian Smith
John Fleming

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Oblio Joes Missoula, montana

Oblio Joes.
Missoula, MT.
1993-2007.

John Brownell
Dan Strachan
Stu Simonson
Ian Smith
John Fleming
Tor Dahl

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Track Name: Divvy It Up
You are by far the better more deserving man
I say as I walk away holding on to the bigger bag
With no more than a shrug
I've no heart string to tug
When you turn with a look that just burns
And our intertwined lives come unstuck

My friend since then I've been left to fill in the blanks
You and I were inseparable guys who went in separate ways
And where did you go?
Did you make it to Mexico?
Did you know that I am still here
In the city of fear
And I still think of you every day

And that's when out of the sports car
And into the sports bar
A man with a confident smile

Good things I thought our adventure might have brought
But good things it has taken away
I have stories to tell but I can't very well
And I wear the same clothes every day

And then I realize it's you
Your clothes all shiny and new
So austere with your microbrew beer
Cell phone held to your ear
And a college girl too young to screw

You've been living in mansions
With guest house expansions
While I have been trying to hide

You are by far the better more deserving man
I say as I walk away holding on to the bigger bag

When it came to stuff we divvied it up
When it came to love we divvied it up