SUMMER SCHAPPELL


The Heck I Give (the Speck) Lyrics

On the northwest corner of the southeast side of the southern half
Of the Fargo, North Dakota portion of my heart
About six steps from a maple tree
There’s a rock, well more like a pebble you see
Underneath, there’s a tiny mark
Catch the light just right, there’s a speck
That’s ten times as big as the heck that I give about you, you
Take a trip to another place, ride a rocket ship into outer space
To Jupiter, go left at the second moon
On the dark side, there’s a lunar hole
And every now and then the dust will blow and cover up your shoe
The dust is a lot like that speck
It’s ten times as big as the heck that I give about you
Oh, that speck just won’t go away, it grows bigger every day
Find the dusty old stack of Life magazines
Go to June, 1963 page 10, down at the bottom
There’s JFK in a fluffy robe, eating dinner on a deck
You can see his toes and his slippers
I think they’re cotton
Underneath his foot, there’s a speck
That’s ten times as big as the heck that I give about you
Oh, that speck just won’t go away, it grows bigger every day
I think that speck’s here to stay
On the northwest corner of the southeast side of the southern half
Of the Fargo, North Dakota portion of my heart
There’s you
Yeah you
What the heck?
It’s you

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