Indie Cindy & the Lo-Fi Lullabies
released her first LP,
entitled "Moe Is We"
to the private public just the other day
through Cindy's very own label,
Acrobat Unstable Records.

But the only chart
that it even scratched
was in Cindy's heart,
which would fall apart
'cause it was barely attached
to anything other than
broken synthesizer keys,
cassette tapes and burned CDs.

Indie Cindy & the Lo-Fi Lullabies
ain't getting very big
in fact, her only gig
was pathetic even though she dreamed it up.
In fact, it was a nightmare.
the sound just wasn't right there,

and when she woke up,
and when she woke up,
that was when

Indie Cindy broke up.
Indie Cindy broke up.
She broke up
not for artist differences,
she just tore her studio down.
Threw her equipment around
in cyclonic displacement,
'til it looked like her basement again.