This song was inspired by the frequent news stories about the ridiculous things men do to convince themselves the young ladies still notice them. Like sexting half naked pictures to interns. The mid-life crisis unfolds in different ways, but for men usually you'll see some LMAO funny stuff they do to hold on to youth and remain relevant to the sex game.

Indeed, both sexes gradually become invisible to the younger set. As they say in Japan, for these few days the cherry blossoms glow brightly, any longer and we should not prize them so. Or ,something like that. Youth is wasted on the young, the old folks say.

My Body Had Been. Lyrics:

Not long ago I'd catch the eye
of every girl passin by
I'd hold their glance, they'd ask my name
But now we never play that game
Oh no, no not again.
You just looked right through where my body had been.

I'm disappearin by degrees
a fadin ghost that no one sees
Yesterday I was young and hot
Today I'm driving in your blind spot
Oh no, not again.
You just looked right through where my body had been.

I got money, and I got power
But I don’t want to pay by the hour
For what came so naturally
Seems like yesterday, actually
Oh no, not again.
You just looked right through where my body had been.

I am invisible to you,
and there's nothin, nothin I can do
No, No, No Oh!
Oh no, not again.
You just looked right through where my body had been.

© Copyright John Lopker & Lenore Thomson. All Rights Reserved.
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Special thanks to:

Fashion Week 2011 (Paris) by Antoine Serre

A Lonely Man by Daniel Murga

Body Horror by Bill Oberst Jr.

iatrogenic by quatica

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