Flinn Pomeroy

Flinn Pomeroy

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Biography

Flinn Pomeroy draws from a long line of country, folk, rock, funk, and disco influences. Artists like Neil Young, The Rolling Stones, Billy Joel, Jose Gonzalez - Flinn's music is hard to put a label on.

Lyrics

Any Love

Written By: Flinn Pomeroy

Oh where’d you go?
It was April since you left me.
Packed your shit up in the car,
Left me here with my guitar.
Not a word, not nothing.

How does one let go,
Of a face far too accepting.?
Tried to tell myself move on,
Ain’t no use the man is gone,
Without a word, without nothing.

CHORUS:
Six months ago I knew a man
Who’s now become a child.
What I saw as good intentions
We’re really the warning signs.
You can’t make love out of hunger.
Just like you’d be a fool to leave any love behind.

Somewhere in bewteen,
The mess you made and me.
Found myself a piece of mind,
Tried to set aside my pride.
Withouth a word,
Without nothing.

Oh where’d you go?
It was April since you left me.
Packed your shit up in the car,
Left me here with my guitar.
Not a word, not nothing.

CHORUS:
Six months ago I knew a man
Who’s now become a child.
What I saw as good intentions
We’re really the warning signs.
You can’t make love out of hunger.
Just like you’d be a fool to leave any love behind.

Glady's Song

Written By: Flinn Pomeroy

Little Gladys came home last night,
With a pocket full of stones.
And she laid em out in a line,
Just to wish em all to gold.
Then she came to me sayin’

It’s not fair for us here,
Mama works two jobs.
And Daddy can’t keep,
The one he’s got.

So I spend my days,
Fetchin’ these rocks.
Then I wish em to gold,
And leave em out for Mom and Pop.

Little Gladys crawled up to bed,
Left me there alone in my thoughts.
How could a child of only nine years,
Have the strength of two adults?
Then I heard the girl sayin’

It’s not fair for us here,
Mama works two jobs.
And Daddy can’t keep,
The one he’s got.

So I spend my days,
Fetchin’ these rocks.
Then I wish em to gold,
And leave em out for Mom and Pop.

Oh oh well it’s been ten years,
Since I spoke to the child,
But I’ve heard here and there she’s doin’ fine.
Found a little love, invested in gold,
Well whatta you know, aint that a son of a gun.

So I spend my days,
Fetchin’ these rocks.
Then I wish em to gold,
And leave em out for Mom and Pop.

Same Old Ground

Written By: Flinn Pomeroy

Mama says I think too much.
And Papa taught me how to be tough.
So tell me when’s the effort enough?
So tell me when’s the effort enough?

Mama says I grew up too fast.
But Papa taught me how to react.
I’d give this up to stop and go back.
I wish I could just stop and go back.

CHORUS:
Running in circles, keep falling down.
I pick myself up, to get spun around.
I’m so tired of turning the same old ground.
My mind is a prison, nothing’s lost and nothing found. (2x)

Mama says I think too much.
And Papa taught me how to be tough.
So tell me when’s the effort enough?
So tell me when’s the effort enough?

Mama says I grew up too fast.
But Papa taught me how to react.
I’d give this up to stop and go back.
I wish I could just stop and go back.

Discography

Closets and Close Friends EP from 2004
Crashands (side project) 2005-2006

Set List

Flinn has a number of songs that she performs live. The most commonly played of her set list are:

Every Room
Half Way Home
Before He Leaves
Glady's Song
Any Love
Mama Says
Wake, Take, and Tuck
Savior
Enemies
Autumn Boy
Long Ride Home