Leo Kottke Husbandry lyrics

 
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Husbandry by Leo Kottke Husbandry lyrics From the Album "That's What" (1990) She's sixty-one years old and hiding in a school bus Kind of objectionable With a heart like a fist She stood on a street in Norfork in a pea-coat and a headache watching the traffic splash by When a four day clown in a pick-up truck drove her out to the woods Down a gravel lane, down a dirt road, down some dust on the grass To a shadow, with some bricks around it Near a pecan tree, near a boulder, near a dog, near invisible He dobbed his hat and scuffed his heel And puffed real hard on his cheap cigar And he spewed the smoke out in the air And asked her if that was a wig on her head Or if it was real hair He laughed real loud and said she was cute And then he leaned over and said "excuse me" And put the cigar out in the dog's face "I live here" he said He went inside She turned around and walked past the dog Back up the dust on the grass, past the pecan tree Back up the dirt road, back up the gravel lane And back to Norfolk Back there at his place late at night, when the owls congregate And the snakes sleep, when the trucks hit the spacers in the overpass And the storm drains cough up dust and cigarette filters purge like frogs at the side of the road Back there, down the gravel lane, down the dirt road Down some dust on the grass, past the pecan tree to the shadow With some bricks around it Back there, late at night, back there in the dark Back there in the dust, back there The dog burst into flame Anyhow, time went by, anyhow snap crackers and stone soup Walking on cornflakes and stopping blocks Anyhow, she went back to where the dog blew up She tried her luck, she went back, maybe she could paint the porch Maybe she could fix the roof, maybe she could build a roof She told him "you can't smoke cigars, though, I'm too damn frail" And he said "I won't" Then he lit a cigarette and dropped his hat He said, "It's OK, I have a cat

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