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CLOUD
by John Hovorka

Under a cloud of suspicion
A cloud of foul feelings
A miasma an obscured location
Like behind a locked door in a quiet subway station
Who is locked in to their miasma?
Who has locked up this miasma?
Their drugged time of constant sorrow
OK constant concern
Constant commentary
Forever clouded like a judgment
Who was ODB?
He was on the subway
Known then unknown
Loved then unloved
Missed then forgotten
Under a cloud of obscurity
Sometimes a cloud of obscenity
Obscured by clouds
Neither side now
I will not accept this judgment in a while
I will not accept this judgment in a while
But first I’m going out drinking
On this cold night
Obscured by judgment
Under a cloud of suspicion
You’d better find a cloud to love
You’d better find a cloud to love
You’d better find a cloud to love
You’d better find a cloud to love

Under a cloud of suspicion
A cloud of foul feelings
A miasma An obscured location
Like behind a locked door in a very quiet subway station
Who is locked in to their miasma?
Their drugged time of constant sorrow
Constant commentary
Forever clouded
Like a judgment
Who was ODB?
He was on the subway
Known then unknown
Loved then unloved
Then missed then forgotten
But first I’m going out drinking
On this cold night
Obscured by judgment
You’d better find a cloud to love
You’d better find a cloud to love
You’d better find a cloud to love
You’d better find a cloud to love

Under a cloud of suspicion
A cloud of foul feelings / GOTTA GET AWAY
A miasma EVERY WORKING DAY
An obscured location
Like behind a locked door in a very quiet subway station
Who was ODB?
He was on the subway
Known then unknown
Loved then unloved
Then missed then forgotten

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from Peace Bridge, released March 7, 2018
Copyright 2015, John Hovorka, Jr.

John Hovorka recited the song, sang the backing vocal, played acoustic guitar, Yamaha keyboard, and operated the drum machine

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John Hovorka New York

John Hovorka played guitar and bass guitar in bands first in Geneva NY but mostly in the Boston area. After he started writing songs he was the leader of The 2x4's (1978), Noise Pencil (1982), Turbines (1983), then in New York, Hovorka (1988), John Hovorka And The Dawn Of Mechanized Farming (DOMF) (2003), and various solo albums. On Bandcamp these are first and latest. Soon there will be more. ... more

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