Watching "Dawson's Creek"

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Watching "Dawson's Creek"

When I heard that Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise
Had decided to separate
I popped on that first episode from 1998.
And I came up with this great critique
Just like we used to do.
Yeah, I was watching “Dawson’s Creek” and thinking of you.

I remember how you first got me into it
Back when the show was on the air.
We’d parse each line of dialogue, then mock how much we cared.
I forget who I was rooting for
Or if I ever knew,
But still I’m watching “Dawson’s Creek” and thinking of you.

And even though we talked for hours
I can’t remember anything we said,
But it took me years to get the sweet sound
Of your laugh out of my head.

People tell me that you’re married with a kid,
And me I’m driving in my car.
I’m trav’ling cross the country now, playing songs on my guitar.
And I don’t know much ‘bout Katie Holmes,
But I hope she makes it through,
And now I’m watching “Dawson’s Creek” and thinking you.
Oh, I hope that Katie Holmes is happy now,
And I hope that you are too.
Yeah, I’m watching “Dawson’s Creek” and thinking of you.
Yeah, I’m watching “Dawson’s Creek” and thinking of you.


from Funny Money, released February 5, 2016



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New York City-based singer/songwriter best known for the songs he contributed to the indie films "Happiness," "American Splendor" and "The Tao of Steve"

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