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Published on Mar 14, 2018
Lyrics by Martha Meredith Music by Martha Meredith, James Bunton Additional writing by Dave Thiel Mastered by Mandy Parnell at Black Saloon
Directed by Spencer Cathcart Produced by Puncture Design (Rashad Maharaj & Melissa Karjanmaa) Cinematography by Brett Hill Art Direction by Brittany Waldner Edited by Puncture Design Makeup by Kelty Lewis
There are so many things I long to be Other than a mother But I found someone’s son I’d like to keep With that soft strength like my brother Now I ask impossible things Of my lover Of my lover Half the glow and half the ache in me Are my mother Am I my mother?
There are habits I refuse to meet At my alter I see in my father But there’s an uncomplicated ease To being his daughter
Now I ask impossible things of my lover Of my lover To try to cure incurable things within me That haunt me Resigned to suffer like my mother Where every urge to be set free Just gets smothered Just gets smothered For others For others For others For others