The Spaces Between Your Fingers

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Lee's parents decided that she shouldn't only date one person through her life, so they forced her to go on multiple dates with other men... to you know play the field a little. Lee unfortunately had to comply to these demands... and it affected her, Lou, and the garage door.  -Written by Ben Anderson

Surprisingly enough the date that my aunt had forced me to go on was going well. This guy Herbie was surprisingly nice, but he was no Lou. In fact I couldn’t get him off my mind, for some reason or another. I didn’t know whether it was because I was completely infatuated with him, or because for half this Lou actually was behind us in his car… but either way he was on my mind.

When we arrived back at my house, Herbie parked out front and I was pretty sure that Lou slyly parked out in the back. When Herbie and I got into the house, we immediately headed towards the dining room because I knew this was the only room where Lou (assuming he was in the back) would see us. I pulled Herbie towards the window, and moved in and kissed him.
Almost immediately I heard the car screech and collide into my houses garage, which was then followed by the very prompt peeling out noise that one would associate with someone trying to get away from the scene of the crime.

Herbie was completely oblivious to what happened.

“What… what’s up?”

“Oh… nothing.”

That Lou… what a hell of a guy.

A Kiss in the Window

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Lee's parents decided that she shouldn't only date one person through her life, so they forced her to go on multiple dates with other men... to you know play the field a little. Lee unfortunately had to comply to these demands... and it affected her, Lou, and the garage door. -Written by Ben Anderson

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Recorded by Benjamin Anderson on September 2, 2014
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