Perspective

from by Marc M Cogman

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Went down to the gallery show one night: a skinny band playing shrug-rock under the lights, with a chorus in every song, something clever and we nod along, another crowded in-crowd kind of night.

I was never a cool kid; I just joined in and went for a ride. But you could open doors then, so if I stayed close, I could follow inside.

Went down to the gallery show one night: all the splattered canvas under the lights. And there’s a million different scenes, it all depends what you want to see. You point out yours and I’ll point out mine.

I was never the picture of what it is you think you need, but from a certain angle, I could seem like a masterpiece.

I was never the picture of what it is you think you need, but from a certain angle, I could be a masterpiece. It’s all about perspective, because things are never what they seem and whether it’s fantastic all depends on what you believe.

credits

from Nothing is Fantastic, released March 21, 2017
Marc M Cogman - lead vox
Frogs - bass
Steve McDonald - electric guitars
Justin Siegel - drums
Jillinda Napolitano - background vox
Joe Napolitano - background vox

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