Piano Room

from Yes Is The Answer by Grand Hallway



Baby, my baby
I do what I can for you
Lately, my baby
I feel like you're looking for proof
Like what do I do on nights like these?
When I am so drunk I'm down on my knees
When I can't tell red from blue
I'll tell you what I do
I'll tell you what I do
I lock myself up in the Piano Room

Slumped on a stool
I make like a fool
Resting my head in the key of C
That way you'll see
That I fell asleep
(I fell asleep here, alone)
Far from the home where I store my things
The bed and the sheets kindly offering
To wait 'til I write this tune
So I can prove, so that I can prove
That I locked myself in the Piano Room

Penguins mate for life, my dear
Preying Mantis eat their lovers
(or so I hear)
For heaven's sake! There must be a way
of some compromise that would be adequate
for a woman and man, like you and me

And that's what I mean
Yea, that's what I mean
When I lock myself in the Piano Room

So I conclude, and offer as proof:
This song that I wrote in the Piano Room.


from Yes Is The Answer, released August 1, 2007


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Grand Hallway is Tomo Nakayama and friends from Seattle, Washington. We make chamber-pop/art-rock/indie-folk music. Contact: GRANDHALLWAY@GMAIL.COM

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