Blame It On The Trees

by The Supposed So

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released September 11, 2011

Performed, Recorded and Produced by Michael McGuire
with Drums and Percussion by Kevin Clark
Cover Art by Michael Marras (mwmarras.com)
Packaging Designed and Handmade by Ryan Maille

Recorded at Some Would Consider Studios and The Attic
Lakewood, Ohio

all songs cc McGuire 2011
except "We Fly Out of Line" - McGuire/Clark 2011

Thought Out Records 2011

~to thirds~

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The Supposed So New York, New York

The Supposed So started in 2011 as a recording vehicle for the songs of Michael McGuire. Influenced by a wide range of artists, The Supposed So couples thoughtful, literate lyrics with new-folk and 60s pop music tendencies and lays it all bare through layered vocals over a textured backdrop of guitars, keys, and harmonica. Equal parts 60s Pop & Folk, 70s Singer-Songwriter and Power Pop and Punk. ... more

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Track Name: Introduction
Everywhere, there's telling of organized sounds.
Traverse the grounds, see it;
Hear it humming through the damp earth.
There's no wonder what it's worth until you let your Feet sink into it.
Mud.
Muck.
It's all such.
Broken in as the world sleeps; as the world spins.
Small mistakes adding up to something sorted and Toughened up.
But it's Always Never Enough.
So with ease, it's blamed on the trees;
On the nature of things folded.
Beheld are the bare-boned emboldened,
Driven as the devil leads them home
Through visions sweet but old-souled.
Released but only Slightly.
Now sprawled across the lawn;
Now withered;
Now fighting Untitled pacing flown
far and gone from lines drawn, cold,
With coulds and though you can'ts, 'cause you won'ts.
So sad songs hum.
To each their own.
Tossed off into rooms ringing and broken up
Like wine-drenched winters.
Each another refrain introduced like a breeze brought Simply onto unnamed streets.
Stripped of their trees upon which to place blame,
What remains but hearts paved over?