Annie Nirschel

Annie Nirschel

 Stamford, Connecticut, USA
SoloRockAcoustic

Annie Nirschel, 21, singer/ songwriter/ aspiring starving artist on the border of CT and NY.

She write things and then sings them loudly.

When she's not singing, she's either screaming, twisting, shouting, or trying to pet other people's animals.

Her ukulele's name is Kevin.

Band Members

  • Annie Nirschel Guitarist, Vocalist

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Lyrics

Biggest Joke

Written By: Annie Nirschel

Can you walk on water?
Or is that just a trick?
Did you tell your mother?
Or are you still too sick?

Can you see the future, boy?
Or is it too far-gone
Can you read my fortune, boy?
Or would you read it wrong?

And I’ve separate the water gates
After the steel bars kissed that one mistake
You spent a Friday orchestrating
Delicate anticipating

All the time you’d spend alone
Did you know the grass would be your home
If you told me then what I now know
I’d trade my broken heart for broken homes

Did you throw your cap away? Did you lose your name?
And who got all your enemies, when you lost your brain?
Did you pick a fight with god? Was he big and mean
He wrote you into the bible book
As the biggest joke
He’s ever seen

Did you make a little home?
That would keep you safe
Did you need a helping hand?
Or a saving grace?

Are you afraid to show your face?
I thought you were so strong
Did you know forever?
Wasn’t very long

Do you remember when you tried to kiss
The only person I could never miss
And I told you that she loved you, this
Is how we made our fortune

I tried to freeze this ugly towm,
But you paint the streets and wore it down
And my empathy was underground
By the time the times had run you down

Did you throw your cap away? Did you lose your name?
And who got all your enemies, when you lost your brain?
Did you pick a fight with god? Was he big and mean
He wrote you into the bible book
As the biggest joke
He’s ever seen

Did you throw your dreams away? Or did they disappear?
Did she leave you late at night, or was she still there?
Did he try to talk you down? Did you beg and plead?
And your names in the bible book
As the biggest joke
It’s ever seen

Prophecy

Written By: Enter names separated by commas,Annie Nirschel

could you offer me

a prophecy

tell me how ive been

i don't remember

being clever

but ive made it this far since

lvie been numb for years with all this doubt

and something that i've lived without

but give it name and then im lost

and then my lifes a treasure hunt

so if i stumble good for me

then I've out lived the honey bee

i don't remember life before

i fell into this timely war

of bubble gum and lemon trees

and I've outlived the honey bees

this youth is just like smoke to me

did i always live this far from sea

could you offer me

a prophecy

tell me how ive been

i don't remember

being clever

but ive made it this far since

i looked into the crystal glass

i made from sand in pottery class

i think i have been here before

I've lived a life, been lived before

i think my famiiy's on the way

but this crown's been on my head all day

so vie lost time to look outside

but i can wipe the tears you've cried

and you can cry into the leaves

of lemon trees and honey bees

and im afraid vie lost my brain

inside the sound ginger grenades

could you offer me

a prophecy

tell me how ive been

i don't remember

being clever

but ive made it this far since

im think i revolutionized

this little town, untamed demise

who would give me gold to wear

on this round tuff of silver hair

so could you be my friend right now

before the goo of this whole world spills out

and crumbles, we make dust and stubble

tourists frame the soot and rubble

if the globe begins to melt

before the sand timer runs out

we can hide under the leaves

of lemon trees and honey bees

could you offer me

a prophecy

tell me how ive been

i don't remember

being clever

but ive made it this far since

Discography

"Honest Mistakes" (2012)