A song by David Crosby (main culprit, and congrats to the newly-revealed proud papa of the Etheridge/Cypher young'uns - same ol' Dave :) and Jim McGuinn, from The Byrds' Fifth Dimension LP, 1966. Just your garden-variety Byrdsong, from their "space(y)-rock" phase. It was covered by Yes on their debut album (1969), due to sheer lack of original material. Byrdfans must have been displeased at the time; trust only Genuine Original Byrd Brothers Space-RockĀ®! Your ears will thank you, once they grow mouths to speak, man.

Yesterday

somewhen said

I see you

when I told him
how I'd rescued
monsters
fear
anger
shame

and more monsters
vulnerability
want
loneliness

I see you

Mostly, I said
I don't let people see me

I know
he said
but maybe you should

yes, maybe

and maybe not

because so often there are

cruel jokers

Now you see me
now you don't

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