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Woman

Woman
Walking now on moonlit sand
A woman
Alone I can see her by the water
She is far away from me
So it's very hard to see
What she's thinking and feeling and wanting
Near the ocean

I raise the hammer up
I bring it down on the mirror
I spread myself around this room
I hear the muffled voices
Giving me my choices
Telling me of girls and men and women

Woman
Your body is different form mine
And woman
Your place in this world is different too
America says whore or virgin
What is a woman to believe in
If not herself
For her there are no in-betweens

But in the shattered glass
I see a time that's past
Yours was once a day of glory
So beautiful and strange
You're moving through this change
Equality is only a mindset away
Oh and I now want to understand you
Away
Oh and I now want to understand you

But in the shattered glass
I see a time that's past
Yours was once a day of glory
So beautiful and strange
You're moving through this change
Equality is only a mindset away
Oh and I now want to understand you
Away
Oh and I now want to understand you
Away
Oh and I now want to understand you
Oh and I now want to understand you

Equality is only a mindset away
Equality is only a mindset away
America says
America says
America says
America says
America says
America says
America says 

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from Lost And Found (Counter Culture EP from 1990), released November 3, 2020

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Mark Lesseraux New York

Mark’s mother is Irish Catholic. His father was a Russian Jew. In the 2nd grade, Mark veered “off course”… secretly. It is not clear how the "thread" was lost, but it had to do with a botched reading assignment; a chapter in a blue and yellow book left unread. Later, there were 2 nervous system glitches and at least 2 ecstatic dot connecting sessions. Finally, a Need… to sing. ... more

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