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They used to cheer for me. I'd wave through all the parades. Confetti poured from the rooftops for I made not a mistake. But as age crept in, my senses faltered; so did their memories. I was reviled into a corner of who I used to be.
While the world turns inside out, once it all happens
...I'll be chillin' on the front porch of my log cabin.
They would look out for me. The scum, the dregs of the town. Ya never knew when I would drop by. I could do so without a sound. They laugh at me now more than talk-shows without an ounce of fear. I want what they had always hoped for, wish I could disappear.
They would welcome me with open arms and say "Job well done!" Now they all whisper against me I'm, supposed to remain shunned. There's no glory in a lifetime spent giving yours away, but that is not why I chose my path back in my hey-day.
from The American Scheme (Digital Deluxe Edition),
released January 29, 2013
Mixed by J. Hall. Produced by Mike Thompson. Engineered by Mike Thompson & Waldo John Wittenmeyer. Drums by Trey Willis. Bass by Chris Houghton. Electric Guitar by Darrin Love. Trumpets arranged by Mike Thompson, played by Juan Flores & Ricky Gonzalez. Clarinet by Vince Pierce. Trombone by Adrian Teti. Saxophone by Kevin Gibbs. Omnichord Machine, Song & Lyrics by Henry Dillard.