My Jupiter Has Sunk

by Oubliette

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Oubliette is Davita Guslits from London, Ontario

All proceeds from this digital album are going to Families of Sisters in Spirit www.facebook.com/groups/196720787024755/

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released March 5, 2014

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Track Name: My Jupiter Has Sunk
If there's such a thing as a human race

Sometimes I feel I don't want to take up space

I don't have the speed to hold my place

If there's such thing as a human race
Track Name: Silence
Silence is not an answer

To a question never posed
Track Name: Coconuts
I sat next to a stranger in the bus station
She didn't offer her name so I had to use my imagination
And guess her opinion on current global situations
The coconut stuck between her teeth didn't ease my concentration

Because my mother never bought me coconuts,
She didn't think I would like them enough

I threw myself at you over the phone
I miss you so much out here but you seem just fine at home
And some people that I meet seem sad and alone
As I eat coconut flakes right from the bag

Cuz my mother never bought me coconuts
She didn't think I would like them enough

I missed a birthday party when I was young
I waited all afternoon for my ride to come
I was so embarrassed but missed by no one
and my mother felt guilty and sad

But she would never buy me coconuts,
She didn't think I would like them enough
Track Name: Unloved
How I love,
How I love love love

How I love,
How do I love love love

But I'm not loved,
No I'm not loved
I'm always in trouble

And I'm unlovable
Track Name: Bees
I'm not frightened of the night
When the bees don't come out
They're more frightened of the dark than me.

And we're not frightened of the day
When the darkness has gone away,
At least outside