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Missed Connections & Casual Encounters

by Therapy Session

When we met would you have guessed That I would fall for you But you had a man so we were friends and I was waiting on you But when that was done and he was gone I was waiting on you cause you moved on to that ditzy blonde What else could I do? Well timing always seems to get in the way but I won’t give up you’ll be mine someday we would have broken up If I had thought I had chance with you was it not a joke when you wrote that note said “come back to my room” It was rough she wasn’t good enough to be with you but I thought it was what you want so I gave up on you Well timing always seemed to get in the way but I won’t give up you’ll be mine someday The wait seems like forever but someday soon when the starts align we’ll dance under the moon we’ll wake up together start the day new time will make it even better I’m just waiting on you What about if we kissed right now would that be okay to do Glad you brought it up I had just that thought I’m just waiting on you
Abstract 03:37
Her letter said I’ll leave my keys outside your door I loved you then But I feel nothing anymore and we were blessed that out of chance we had met but you could’ve guessed that these two paths would split again remember when this felt like nothing you felt before but then we grow tired of what we adore so happiness will never be constant but happiness is just an abstract concept so you’re always chasing some new meaning because you’re always losing what you once believed in so I’ll start again there are so many prospects I loved you then but love’s an abstract concept
Puppy Luv 02:32
The Dog 04:35
I don’t want you to think That I’m looking for your sympathy I don’t want anything that you can offer me and I’ll be fine I’ll cut all the ties do what’s best for you I’m gone when the welcome’s through you treat me like a dog down on his luck think I’ll do tricks for your love or am begging for a pity fuck but I’ll be fine you’re just a waste of time and I’ll be gone before the morning comes well I feel bad for leaving while you were sleeping but it didn’t seem like you cared if I stayed and there are things about you I love and still do But those had gone away call me when, you’re willing to change but you’ll never change and I’ll never change
It’s a shame to see you shiver I could see your heart growing cold summer’s gone and another winter reminds me we’re getting old you’re always looking for a connection when you’re staring at the stars reaching out for another’s hand oh, in between the bars and the brightest part of your days are just pixels on a screen well I hope your eyes do wander and you’ll fix them onto me but you’re always overwhelming your senses to forget how you feel always have your favorite singers singing in your ears and they’re always talking about love that you wish you could call your own oh come on baby, just look up welcome home
Live moment to moment Brings regrets Everyone knows You have no secrets Always looking for some Quick fix Or something to help you Forget And I tried To keep up with your life But there’s no time To let my heart catch up to my mind And you said it’s fun To make mistakes But don’t clean up the messes You make Always up for the gamble Ignore the stakes Ignore the guilt No matter how it aches And I tried Not to put up a fight But tonight I felt your bite You said I need to learn To let you do what you do. Well I hope me leaving Teaches this back to you ’cause you live so fast Always running from your past You live too fast How can anything ever last


released May 4, 2011

All music written, produced and performed by Joel Michalak except
Fay Wolf lead vocals on Waiting.
Puppy Luv: written, produced and performed by Joel Michalak, Carlos Landaverde and Simon Brown
The Dog: Lyrics by Joel Michalak. Written by Joel Michalak and Carlos Landavede, produced and performed by Joel Michalak, Carlos Landaverde and Simon Brown
It Could be Brighter: Written, produced and performed by Joel Michalak and Simon Brown.
Fast: Written by Joel Michalak. Produced and performed by Joel Michalak, Simon Brown and Carlos Landaverde


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