My Summer in Songs

Since I got back home for the summer I’ve been really bad at keeping in touch with people. Luckily, I’ve been keeping track of all my exciting adventures by writing songs. Here are some recent titles to fill in some of the spaces where I’ve been missing. In no particular order they are:

My Fat Tattooed Jesus

The Government (Is Stealing Our Dreams)

Drunk Girls in Penn Station

Quit Pokin’ Me on Facebook

Asleep at the Drive-In

Eyepatch Man

Don’t Do That (Don’t Ever, Ever Do That)

Stoop Sittin

SVELVIK and ELGÅ

Slurpees by the Sound

3:31 am

Douchebag Swag

Bitter is Better

It’s Only Tuesday?

To Whom It May Concern:



A Limerick

There once was a girl who didn’t sleep.
At night she didn’t dare make a peep.
For instead she was counting,
The number of bugs, which was mounting,
How she wished she could just count some sheep.



A New Job Haiku.

I am so tired.
Losing my body functions.
There goes some dribble.