#songsaboutscientists

 

 

Recorded, produced and engineered at JL Studios in Olyphant, Pennsylvania by Joe Loftus, Tim Husty, Jay Preston and Melinda May. Music and lyrics written by Melinda May. Vocals by Melinda May. Guitar Tim Husty. Copyright 2015 Melinda M. Hapeman.

Thank you Erica Rozelle, Lyndsey Sabol, Shane Dalton and Ron Oley.

I got dust on my keds

Came from inside of your walls

Couldn't sleep, couldn't clean them off

I could keep moving the things in your room

Until this puzzle is solved

Cause for all the girls in China

You couldn't prove me wrong

 

When I asked you what Mercurial meant

You were in for it

I knew it'd come to this

Turn on my heels again

Imma find another scientist who sings in foreign languages

I'll be his experiment


And I don't care about 200 bucks

I swear tonight I'd pay double if I could fade away and shut up


When I asked you what Mercurial meant

You were in for it

I knew it'd come to this

Turn on my heels again

Imma find another scientist who sings in foreign languages

I'll be his experiment


Oh my little brain is just stuck in folkways

When I said I wanna wait

You said I was insane

Now take that line

Put it up on a shelf

Out of sight, out of mind

On the ones we built


When I asked you what Mercurial meant

You were in for it

I knew it'd come to this

Turn on my heels again

Imma find another scientist who sings in foreign languages

I'll be his experiment


Imma find another scientist

Imma find another scientist