5 letras de Father John Misty que describen la realidad

Miércoles, 07 junio 2017 0 Comments

Josh Tillman es un cantante estadounidense que bajo el sobrenombre de Father John Misty se ha convertido en una de las figuras más acalamadas del rock folclórico. Esta noche Tillman se presnetará en el Teatro Metropolitan luego de un exitoso show en el Corona Capital de 2015 para promocionar su nuevo álbum Pure Comedy. Es por ello que te dejamos una lista de las mejores canciones del músico que describen a la perfección la realidad en la que vivimos;

  1. Bored in the USA
“Now I’ve got a lifetime to consider all the ways
I’ve grown more disappointing to you
As my beauty warps and fades
I suspect you feel the same
When I was young, I dreamt of a passionate obligation to a roommate
Is this the part where I get all I ever wanted?
Who said that?
Can I get my money back?”

2.  True Affection

“When can we talk
With the face
Instead of using all these strange devices?
Seems like
You and I
Need to have a crazy conversation
Wouldn’t be that hard
Get along so well
Sentence by sentence
It’s a trial run
Let me show you how
Figure I can give you true affection”

3. I Love You, Honeybear

“But don’t ever doubt this, my steadfast conviction
My love, you’re the one I want to watch the ship go down with
The future can’t be real, I barely know how long a moment is
Unless we’re naked getting high on the mattress
While the global market crashes”

4. Things It Would Have Been Helpful To Know Before The Revolution

“My social life is now quite a bit less hectic
The nightlife and the protests are pretty scarce
Now I mostly spend the long days walking through the city
Empty as a tomb
Sometimes I miss the top of the food chain
But what a perfect afternoon”

5. Total Entertainment Forever

“No, can you believe how far we’ve come
In the New Age?
Freedom to have what you want
In the New Age we’ll all be entertained
Rich or poor, the channels are all the same
You’re a star now, baby, so dry your tears
You’re just like them
Wake on up from the nightmare”

Rafael Vázquez

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