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"When You're Smiling and Astride Me" by Father John Misty || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Lyrics

Father John Misty

"When You're Smiling and Astride Me" by Father John Misty || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Lyrics

"When You're Smiling and Astride Me" by Father John Misty || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Lyrics
"When You're Smiling and Astride Me" by Father John Misty || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Lyrics

"When You're Smiling and Astride Me" by Father John Misty || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Lyrics

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song: When You're Smiling and Astride Me
artist: Father John Misty
album: I Love You, Honeybear (2015)
writer: Joshua Tillman

electric guitar: Benji Lysaght
electric bass: Gabriel Noel

" The "aimless, fake drifter, and the horny man child, momma's boy"; in that song, I had written these first three (...) verses that are fairly general sentiments that anyone can say - anyone can say "I would never change you, and blah, blah, blah". But I had found that, since writing these first three verses, in my life, nearly everything that makes me who I am is in contradiction with those types of generalities, so I needed to put something in that song that put something at risk or put something at stake for myself. And the "aimless, fake drifter"-thing is, admittedly, this fucking cowboy archetype romanticism, that rambling man, or whatever. It's horrible, it gives me the jibbies to even say! But that's part of my horribly embarrassing weakness that I perceive in myself, along the lines of "making out with my brother in my dreams", or this "man child, momma's boy"-thing, like I have all these issues I'm hung up on, the mom-thing and all that. So, yeah, there is a lot of, on the surface, this "aimless drifter"-thing, but to perform that song now is so liberating, to look my audience in the face and tell them that." - Father John Misty