Weird Bed &/or Yes Please

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Weird Bed &/or Yes Please
Written by Joe Hawley
Appears on N/a
Sung by Joe Hawley
Duration 3:02
Genre Hip-Hop, Rap, Psychedelic, Rock
Language English

Weird Bed &/or Yes Please is a song by Joe Hawley, originally released exclusively through bandcamp on February 14th, 2019 (St. Valentine's Day).[1] This is in-keeping with Joe Hawley's previous release dates being on special days, such as Hawaii: Part II being released on 12/12/12.

It was later released on Spotify and YouTube Music along with Yes Please &/or Weird Bed.


Try our simulator said the death engineer 
Would it stimulate her any more than what’s here 
Vibrating the bed became a swirling vortex 
Johnnying the depths of fun and girling cortex 

Yes please 

I am only velveteen she said with a flair 
Fear not any pain for which I am unprepared 
Icicled the larynx slid a tongue into me 

Come and dance she teased as if we hadn’t been hit 
Handling waist we hard tried not to let go of it 
Rolling overcomers past alternative will 
Heads expecting former grati’ication but still 

Yes please 

Stopped at they were hanging on for ninesome by gosh 
Buskers splayed all blood on 3rd Street Promenade 
Hopping ‘styles attributing to bunnies on fours 
Dreaming in reverse may well be falling up doors 

Someone threw an apple at a grandfather guard 
Someone crossed a t and she should have been at least disbarred 
Generations squalormander’d after Japan 
Towns and Easter Island stoning henges again 

Ending with an ‘action framed in some other phase 
Bending over forwards see the back that you made 
Earning leisure interest I confide you impress 
There is nothing more to say old Childlike Empress 

Yes please quoth Tsunami Tah


Cover Art: Indigo Chapman
Lyrics, Music, & Sequence: Joe Hawley
Mixing & Mastering: Kaleb Waterman

Special Thanks: Seth Anderson, Sam Austins, Apple, Assemble Sound, Rilo Kiley, Kaitlyn McQueen,
ミラクルミュージカル, Thibault Ruellan, Summer in the City Detroit, Tally Hall, & University of Michigan Museum of Art[1]