Tod A (born Todd Ashley on November 30, 1965) is an American singer, songwriter, and graphic designer born in Greenville, South Carolina.
"Car Crash Collaborator", Psychopharmacology (July 10, 2001)
A record should be like a bus ticket to somewhere, but you're not sure where that somewhere is going to be. (It) shouldn't just give you thirteen variations on the same four elements, like McDonald's, or something. 'You liked that one? Well here's the same thing, except with extra cheese.'
record, bus, ticket, somewhere, going, shouldn't, give, you, thirteen
I've been down so long that coming up is giving me the bends.
been, down, long, coming, giving, me, bends
I'm a raging success as a failure.
raging, success, failure
Another perfect catastrophe is just waiting to happen, watching for the moment to transpire. Another perfect catastrophe is just dying to go down. It's only looking for the perfect place and time.
Another, perfect, catastrophe, waiting, watching, moment, dying, down, looking
A thousand eyes are gazing down like bullet holes shot into the roof, as I lie here scratching for a grain of truth.
thousand, eyes, gazing, down, bullet, holes, shot, roof, lie
Friday was the crucifixion Saturday, cremation under glass. The resurrection was on Sunday, no.. correction make it Monday; cause Monday's when they come to take the trash.
Friday, crucifixion, Saturday, cremation, under, glass, resurrection, Sunday, correction
You can give your confession tomorrow, if you find a priest dumb enough to believe, because it only hurts when I breathe.
You, can, give, confession, tomorrow, find, priest, dumb, enough
Late for work again today. Somebody was lying down on the job again. Will you people please stop jumping under my train? 'Ladies and gentlemen, there will be a slight delay while we hose the blood away.'
Late, work, again, today, lying, down, job, you, people
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