This Must Be The Scene (Demo) by Aaron J. Shay published on 2013/12/27 00:01:41 +0000 This song was written for Bushwick Book Club of Seattle's performance themed for David Byrne's book "How Music Works." Specifically, the chapter "How To Make A Scene." Lyrics: The door is always open, the fire is always warm If you show up soon, you'll be in time The music's always sweet, and when it's not, just come downstairs We can talk about whatever comes to mind If you're broke, don't sweat it, just come and bring your friends! There is no bouncer waiting at the door. And if you've got something to share, sit down by the fire When the show is over, there's still more in store Come on down, come out and show your face. This must be it, this must be the place. The door is always open, the beer is mostly cold And you never know just who you're gonna meet The one who wrote your favorite song and saved your life one night You might find her there, and she's stealing your seat The one who wrote the scary story and the one who bends your mind They're in the corner, bitching about the cold. Your future lover, your future bandmate, your future crazy ex- How many futures can one building hold? Come on down, come out and show your face. This must be it, this must be the place. Tell me where, tell me where you've been. This must be it, this must be the scene. Home Is where I want to be I got plenty of Time The door is always open, so come inside This must be it, the way is open wide So climb the stairs and follow the light What else were you gonna do tonight?