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He Meant What He Said

Nat Allister
A review of "Said What I Meant" by Eye Dharma
Written March 31st, 2017, 4:51 pm by

Nat Allister FROM Fox & Beggar Theater Inc.

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"Said What I Meant" seems to echo the language of Dr. Seuss (intentionally, I think) in a sort of nonsense song that offers a few understated insights into relationship. Like the early Dylan years, or more recently, the Tallest Man on Earth, Albany's Eye Dharma sings of love in a rough-and-tumble, casual way, armored in his nonchalance and masculinity. The delicate care he puts into the lyrics, though, suggest otherwise. Eye Dharma offers us the perfect amount of information in "Said What I Meant," snippets of his romantic exchanges that say much while giving away little. She said "Say what you think," I think that I said Something about beauty and the (????) in bed But I said what I meant, but I meant it too much Left my heart out of reach and money you can still look at I'm over my mind, out of my head and I said what I meant and I meant what I said (x2) Sometimes words bite now while others just sting And while most fall away with the rains in spring I close a chapter while I open a novel And I'm here, ain't I, darling, now don't make me grovel. I'm over my mind, out of my head and I said what I meant and I meant what I said (x2) My mood keeps changing, this day to that Some days it's all lumpy, some days I'm so flat My back's broken girl, carrying all these bags Let's take it in, baby, let's not break the glass. I'm over my mind, out of my head and I said what I meant and I meant what I said (x2)

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