Williams, Miller & Lucinda 2014

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Lucinda & Miller williams

Go find a jukebox
And see what a quarter will do
I don’t wanna talk
I just wanna go back to the blue

– Lucinda Williams, “Blue”

Broadside of Miller Williams' poem, "A Poem for Emily," and Lucinda William's piece, "Blue."

Broadside of Miller Williams’ poem, “A Poem for Emily,” and Lucinda William’s piece, “Blue.”

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Some of what we do, we do
to make things happen,
the alarm to wake us up, the coffee to perc,
the car to start.

– Miller Williams, “Love Poem with Toast”

Broadside of Miller Williams' poem, "Love Poem with Toast."

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Read this interview with Lucinda Williams from The Believer:

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When I was a boy and a man would die
we’d say a verse when the hearse went by
one car two car three car four
someone knocking on the devil’s door.

– Miller Williams, “June Twenty, Three Days After”

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