How About Now

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He don’t like Patsy Cline records
He won’t give Willie a chance
But despite his flaws we manage a fine romance

And I won’t shake hives over 45s
We’ll just put them aside for now
When the morning comes I’ll say, “How about now?”

And he says he likes the indie scene
Some band about cement
And that County Western’s drowned in sentiment

But I don’t fuss and I don’t cuss
‘Cause I know he’ll come around
When the morning comes I’ll say, “How about now?”

Love is partial to compromise
It will turn your grapes into wine
But love that’s treated otherwise
Will turn and die on the vine

But when nothing’s on the radio
And we’re stuck inside with no place to go
I sure wish I liked his and he liked mine

But I won’t get hives over 45s
We’ll just put them aside for now
When the morning comes I’ll say, “How about now?”

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from Bee China, released May 18, 2012

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Single Girl, Married Girl New York, New York

Single Girl, Married Girl is a folk/pop/Americana outfit in NYC comprised of vocals, banjo, guitar, upright bass, and drums.

If you love Rilo Kiley, First Aid Kit, Patsy Cline, and Lake Street Dive, you will also love SGMG.

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