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Clouds hung oppressively low in the heavens,
As we waited for the hammer to fall,
And I didn't care at all.
Didn't care to look above or below me,
Couldn't hear that distant call.
I didn't care at all.

But in my quiet moments, when they come along,
I wonder if my calculus was wrong?

These are the times that try our purpose,
These are the ties that bind,
And I never used to mind.
These are the times that test our mettle,
Overlooking eyes that are blind,
And I never used to mind.

But in my quiet moments, when they come along,
I wonder if my assumptions were wrong?
If there's no greater purpose than living for the day,
Then the dream is not that far away.

Clouds hung oppressively low in the heavens...

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from Recollection, Part I, released March 1, 2019

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The Calculus Affair Seattle, Washington

The Calculus Affair is what happens when a Seattle-based singer songwriter learns folk guitar and then spends his formative years listening to XTC.

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