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Published on Jan 4, 2008
new york city indie rockers Maxwell's Demon playing "Confidence Man" at Lakeside, 12/29/07.
You wore Sedgewick shades, sippling lemonade and ice and a shot of gin, in a Mondrian dress, in the airport, 1965. I pushed my luggage by. Sidewalk grin, and a suit from Saville Row, to the States cause Knightsbridge was too slow. John Glenn just got up off the deck, but you won't cash my check. Let me take you in to my confidence. Now I'll write a madrigal for corduroy and denim, which I think you'll sing better - you've got a lovely tenor - but you just shook your head and said "It's been a long time since someone looked at me like that, and I felt like I might be looking back." Show me your garden of Gasthemane, I want to taste some of that agony. Let me take you in to my confidence. I'll be Sacco and you can be Vanzetti. But there is no power and there's certainly no glory, just the sacred and profane. Put your makeup on, so I'll notice when it runs. And maybe I'll start tucking in my shirt. Let me take you in to my confidence.