An overdose of Lorca made me get a little bit surreal with my last few uploads, so here's a good old-fashioned song filled to the brim with forced rhymes and cheesy imagery.

This could've been directed to a few of my younger cousins, but I picked Evan because his name sounded better than the others. Also, he's definitely the most adorable, but if any of them asked me if I said that, I'd deny it. ;)


Hey, Evan!
How's the family been?
It sure has been awhile.
Hey, Evan!
I heard about the funk they're in.
I'm sure they dig your smile.
Bet it makes their heads feel colder.

Hey, Evan!
I love your little voice.
It's still rollin' through my head.
Hey, Evan!
You know, I didn't have a choice,
We have to be at odds again.
But maybe I'll get bolder.

I'll show up at your door, and you'll be so glad to see me.
We'll get a box of crayons and redraw the family tree.

I swear that they were young once,
But that didn't matter, didn't matter yesterday.
Tomorrow, they'll get older,
But nothing else will change.
Nothing else will change.
Hey, Evan, I still think you'll be okay.

Hey, Evan!
Do you still say you miss me?
If you don't, dear, that's okay.
Hey, Evan!
I know they've tried to change your mind,
But I'll show you, I'm still the same.
You'll still fit well on my shoulders.

I'll carry you around the world, above all seven seas.
We'll stop when we have lost them; we'll be safe, I guarantee.

I swear that they were young once,
But that didn't matter, didn't matter yesterday.
Tomorrow, they'll get older,
But nothing else will change.
Nothing else will change.
Hey, Evan, I still think you'll be okay.

You're a brilliant, budding apple hidden under rotten seeds.
Don't adhere to their status quo. Evan, promise me!

I swear that they were young once,
But that didn't matter, didn't matter yesterday.
Tomorrow, they'll get older,
But nothing else will change.
Nothing else will change.
Hey, Evan, I still think you'll be okay.
Evan, I still think you'll be okay.