Coming Home To You

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I rolled initiative
When I woke up today
And I didn't do that well
But I had to get up anyway

Our ride was in the parking lot
A rental car so new
And we drove and drove and drove and drove
And drove and drove some, too

We played a show for people
And we shook a lot of hands
And we role-played in this game we call "successful touring band"
In the evening, I crawled into bed at 10 or 12 or 2
And I wished that I was coming home to you

I ate Chipotle
For the second time for dinner
It was not the only option,
But man, it was a winner

In the car we sang along
To Katy Perry and Pharrell
Until the radio was static
And then we got to the hotel

I sent a lot of emails
And I made a lot of plans
And we role-played in this game we call "successful touring band"
In the evening, I crawled into bed at 10 or 12 or 2
And I wished that I was coming home to you

Don't say that I don't love this life
You would be wrong
'Cause every show is wonderful
Though every day is long
And when the energy from meeting all those awesome nerds is through
I just wish that I was coming home to you

In the future, I will teleport
Till then I will make do
And I'll wish that I was coming home to you

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from President Snakes, released August 11, 2015

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The Doubleclicks Portland, Oregon

The Doubleclicks are a pair of Portland-based sisters who sing about Dungeons and Dragons, Mr. Darcy, and Dinosaurs.
The Doubleclicks' clever brand of nerdy folk music has been called "relentlessly likable" and "face-meltingly wry."
Their fans tend to be software developers, writers and their loved ones, as well as anyone who loves Star Trek, grammar, dinosaurs or video games.
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