Follow this path with Heart…

…but always take your brain with you

…and by the way

stop checking out my tail

PussyFoot is usually one step behind when the path gets narrow

 

 

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Cold Feet

Liam Finn

your glowing face…

…like a stolen beam of the sun

From Liam Finn’s 2011 album, FOMO. Buy now on iTunes! http://bit.ly/zKkAGd While recording his sophomore album FOMO at his beach cottage in New Zealand in late 2010, Liam Finn found himself alone, missing friends, family and parties. His reliance on popular social networking sites and text messages to connect with loved ones inspired the tone and title of the record: the actions we take for Fear Of Missing Out. Seeking to record songs that would instantly grab the listener, Finn and co-producer Burke Reid looked for sonic triggers that wouldn’t just set a spark, but create an expansive listening experience that demonstrates a manic, off-the-cuff exuberance. Album standouts such as “Neurotic World,” “Cold Feet,” “The Struggle” and “Jump Your Bones” marry ’60s melodics with spiraling keyboards and distorted guitars and vocals.

 

Know when to hold

Played as a Fool by the Joker
Wrong deck…
…Shuffles again
To think I would have done anything
For him
Give up my heart again
My life my home and my closest friend
I’ve been such a Fool
More than once
More than twice
I must have loved too much
My mirror reVersa is my Vice
He’s a space cowboy
An interplanetary romeo
Some call him the gang-star of love
He Played me like a shark
Came after me in the dark
But that’s not where I wanted to stay
I don’t go out – not now that you’re in
Nobody else will ever know
That part of me that can’t let go
I’ve already Dealt with the Tarot
and gambled away with Poker
Why would I low down again with a
Serial Midnight Toker?

Pussyfoot has so many songs floating around that they ended up all mashed up

i think it started out with cold feet then Happy Feet

WILDlife on show

I think I caught a glimpse of truth

…in the corner of her eyes

It was right above “I’ll bite your hand”

…just beneath a grateful disguise

They lied about the taste of life

…forced to spend her days on show

Acting all cutesy for the audience

…while her suffering continues to grow

Bleeding through the smiles and clicks

…her frustration is silently stuck

All she really wants is her freedom

…to claim a WILDlife and run amuck

PussyFoot lesson about the inner Tigers

running amock : Hantu Belian “the devil inside”

Running amok, sometimes referred to as simply amok, also spelled amuk, from the Javanese language, is “an episode of sudden mass assault against people….. 

Amok originated from the Malay/Indonesian word mengamuk, which when roughly defined means “to make a furious and desperate charge”.[5] According to Malay/Indonesian culture, amok was rooted in a deep spiritual belief.[6] They believed that amok was caused by the hantu belian,[7] which was an evil tiger spirit that entered one’s body and caused the heinous act. As a result of the belief, those in Indonesian culture tolerated amok and dealt with the after-effects with no ill will towards the assailant.[8] 

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

 

 

SHE doesnt give you time for questions…

She comes out of the sun in a silk dress running
Like a watercolour in the rain
Don’t bother asking for explanations
She’ll just tell you that she came…

…In the year of the cat

https://loveworksofheart.wordpress.com/2017/07/01/flying-sorcery/

 

hurry up !

Just LEAP frog !!

PussyFoot is not so sure she likes this game

Quote: Sometimes your only available transportation is a leap of faith… Margaret Shepard

LEAPFROG (verb) : to move ahead of or beyond someone or something in a very quick or sudden way

Pussyfoot thinks this LEAPfrog concept is ChildsPlay… or perhaps some kind of rainbow connection… then again it could well be to surpass or overtake another (pussyfoot) to move into a leading or dominant position

Rainbow Connection” is a song from the 1979 film The Muppet Movie, with music and lyrics written by Paul Williams and Kenneth Ascher. The song was performed by Kermit the Frog (Jim Henson) in the film.

Headful of Numbers…

…Point Scoring !

You can count on love to short-change you
But don’t count on me to pull you through
You can keep a score or add up the facts
You can call my bluff I may not call you back

SkyHooks – Headful of Numbers (G. MacAinsh)