From the recording Of Love and Loss
From Ground Control Magazine interview: Michael: “We just wanted to be together all the time and I just wanted to write for her. And she was so fucking magic intuitive. I mean, you can hear it on the tracks. Especially the one that closes Disc two, the second version of “Moulding,” which is essentially a rehearsal with me playing through my practice amp and the both of us singing a new song and the whole thing recorded just for reference on my iPhone. For reference. Thank god I have it. Not just because I fucking miss her, but – and this is why it’s on the album and this is why it closes the album – she follows everything I do with the most incredible sensitivity. Her harmony is unusual and perfect – this is why I say Low and X, she’s like Exene or Mimi – and she goes from loud or quiet, light head voice to deep chest voice not just when she hears me go but in the exact instant that I do. It’s not a moment later, it’s right fucking on it. Like telepathy. She knows where I’m going before I do, even..." - Michael talking about Summer and this track with Ground Control Magazine's Daryl Darko and Elizabeth Madason
Keep pushin' what ya know's untrue Pushin' me away from you And right up to the line Of what's yours and what's mine Wield your silence to keep me down So fuckin' sure I'll just hang around Wait forever for you Like you're the best I can do But this time it's not like before I'll follow the molding around your door And outside to a world away Where there's nothing more left to say Still up to your same old tricks Nothing one of your lies can't fix And every one of your friends Left all at loose ends You'll drag 'em all into this With your lingering bitterness If you can't get your way, You'll make everyone pay But this time it's not like before I'll follow the molding around your door And outside to a world away Where there's nothing more left to say...