Dam Foos

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The farther we go, it’s harder to see
whether we made decisions honestly.
Your mother told same lies. Father did too.
Got out of hand and out of sight too.

Damn me. Damn you. Damn fools.

The night that we reap, we might have to sow
How can we make our loving honestly
Now that it’s our time. Now that it’s on
Making it worth a lot more than us.

Damn me. Damn you. Damn fools.

Could it be I’m to the last to the place
Ride to the door and ask to her face
Pass on the left the only way to stop,
drive to the point last in the race.
Had to have a taste. Chaste and I watch.
Head to the road in haste and we’re lost.
Can we ever seize what passed?
Fast in velocity, can’t grasp.
So we kiss. Can it hide the pain?
Sorta like a wince masked in the brain
try not to think that we can get caught
fought the whole time still we get taught
absolutely nothing in a way
hesitation has really funny way
take us on a crazy pipe dream
strange universe, amazing life seems
Get far. Keep going.
Getting close, who’s knowing
when we ever make a pitstop,
only way we’re ever gonna get stopped.
road never ends, fuel’s never not
you just pretend, who’d ever thought
too close to ever get so far
heading to the sunset’s so far


Blame it on me 'cause I have to go.
Maybe it’s easier to leave in peace.
But I can’t escape you. Nor can you me.
Chained up indeed now that I’ve seen.

Damn me. Damn you. Damn fools.
Damn fools, don't try.

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from Eddie Romero, released October 14, 2016

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Sulu and Excelsior New York, New York

SULU AND EXCELSIOR is the solo project of multi-instrumentalist/rapper/singer Steven E. Mallorca, aka Sulu, who is also a rapper and trumpet player in the alternative hip-hop group, P.I.C.

Building on the genre-bending of his work with P.I.C, Mallorca plays all the instruments and vocal performances with influences that span 40s and 50s jazz, 60s and 70s soul, and 80s and 90s hip-hop.
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