Originally by Josh Tillman & Phosphorescent ————— I would love a man, if my genes were just a little different I would love a man, and not think twice at all When I loved that man, like any woman loves her lover I would love a man, now if I could just love you
I would wed a girl, if I was just a little less married I would wed a girl, if I could ever be anywhere on time I would wed a girl, but there’d be a mistress at the altar I would wed a girl, now if I could just wed you
If everything I’ve sung ‘til now is false, please let this one be true If everything I’ve sung ‘til now is false, you can tell ‘em “This one’s true.”
I would wed a horse, if I was just a little more lonely I would love that horse, if I’d been exiled from mankind I would love that horse, and I would take comfort in it’s presence I would love a horse, now do you still love me?
“That ‘writers write’ is meant to be self-evident. People like to say it. I find it is hardly ever true. Writers drink. Writers rant. Writers phone. Writers sleep. I have met very few writers who write at all.”
When wolves were reintroduced back into the ecosystem of Yellowstone National Park after being gone for almost 70 years, researchers discover they have a significant impact on everything from wildlife populations to vegetation and river behaviors.