Bad Mood

by Warren Thomas Fenzi

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Caught somewhere in between romanticizing the past, self-doubt and an unwillingness to accept the truth behind a dwindling relationship, “Bad Mood” echo’s with nostalgia, regrets and the bitter-sweet gratitude that emerges upon recognition, investigation and the learning that takes place when looking deeper into one’s past mistakes.

"Bad Mood" is the 2nd track off of "Garden Street: The Upside".



I can’t erase you,
But you could release me,
Now I’m in a bad mood,
You feel it? I feel it.
Live on the fast track,
I’m leaving it fast I know,

I could live with all my mistakes,
We could stay up all night long,
But I’ve been losing sleep in the daylight hours,
Just hoping sometime you might call,

I could embrace you,
And you could believe me,
But I’m gonna crack soon,
You feel it? I feel it.
I am the bad man,
The spirit of swine,
No home,

I couldn’t face you,
But you didn’t see me,
So I took the back route,
You feel it? I feel it.
No use in the details,
The figment of mind I’ve blown,

I could live with all our mistakes,
We could stay up all night long,
But I’ve been losing sleep in the daylight hours,
Just hoping sometime you might call,

You feel it’s weight on the way in,
We leave our city home,
And race across the bay bridge,
We’re rolling hard out to the coast,
Now I’m missing the spaces,
That we used to fill with love,
We’ve been moving our places,
The past is on the run…


released April 2, 2021

Written and arranged by Warren Thomas Fenzi
Produced by Warren Thomas Fenzi and Colin Loynachan
Engineered and mixed by Colin Loynachan at “The Swamp” in Minneapolis, MN
Mastered by Eric Martin
Photographed by Josh Hild
Illustrations by Anabel Johnson
Designed by Alex Munro

Warren Thomas Fenzi: electric guitar, acoustic guitar, vocals and percussion
Colin Loynachan: electric guitar
Leng Moua: bass guitar and percussion
Brett Bjornrud: drums, percussion and SPD-SX
Jillian Rae: Violin and Viola


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Warren Thomas Fenzi Tucson, Arizona

“Settle in the space between, It’s where the flowers like to grow.”

Exploring the complexity of life choices, Warren Thomas Fenzi challenges any clear line between generalities, inner truth and self doubt. Suspended, he peers into a looking glass, exploring the possibility that what we believe to be legitimate and authentic, may not be so. ... more

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