Broad and High

S9 E3 | FULL EPISODE

Cartoonists, Painters And Illustrators

Bryan Moss, a painter and cartoonist with South Side roots, flourishes in Columbus. The childlike whimsy of artist Jordan Wong. Jeff Stahler, creator of the “Moderately Confused” cartoon, explains life, one panel at a time, and music from Talisha Holmes & BJazz.

AIRED: October 21, 2021 | 0:26:46
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>> PRODUCTION OF "BROAD & HIGH"

IS FUNDED IN PART BY THE GREATER

COLUMBUS ARTS COUNCIL,

SUPPORTING ARTS, ADVANCING AND

CONNECTING THE COMMUNITY TO

CULTURAL EVENTS, ARTISTS, AND

CLASSES AT COLUMBUSARTS.COM.

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THIS TIME ON BROAD & HIGH, A

PAINTER AND CARTOONIST WITH

SOUTHSIDE ROOTS FLOURISHES IN

COLUMBUS.

>> I CAN MOVE, BUT I CHOOSE NOT

TO.

THAT BUILDS UP COLUMBUS.

>>> THE CHILDLIKE WHIMSY OF

ARTIST JORDAN WONG.

A MODERATELY CONFUSED ARTIST

EXPLAINS LIFE, ONE PANEL AT A

TIME.

>>> AND MUSIC BY TALISHA HOLMES

AND BJAZZ.

THIS AND MORE RIGHT NOW ON BROAD

AND HIGH.

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>>> WELCOME TO BROAD & HIGH I'M

YOUR HOST FOR THIS EPISODE,

DAVID HOLM.

BRYAN MOSS IS A CARTOONIST AND

PAINTER WHO GREW UP ON THE SOUTH

SIDE.

HE DRAWS INSPIRATION FROM MANY

SOURCES.

FROM HIS LONGTIME FRIEND

AMINAH ROBINSON, TO THE MANY

GREEN SPACES HERE IN COLUMBUS.

WE MET UP WITH HIM TO LEARN

ABOUT HIS RECENT WORK, AND GET A

GLIMPSE INTO HIS CREATIVE

PROCESS.

>> HOW MANY COMIC BOOKS DO YOU

OWN?

>> OKAY, LET'S PUT IT LIKE THIS,

UM.

HOW MANY COMIC DO OWN?

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I OWN TWENTY BOOKSHELVES OF

GRAPHIC NOVELS.

I THINK I MIGHT FILL A LIBRARY

ONE DAY.

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SO I WAS BORN IN 1981, ON THE

SOUTH END OF COLUMBUS.

SO BORN AND RAISED.

NOW THAT I REFLECT BACK ON IT, I

GREW UP REALLY POOR.

WHEN YOU SAY IT, IT SOUNDS

PRETTY TRIGGERING, BUT ACTUALLY

I LEARNED A LOT. THAT'S HOW I

LIKE FIGURED OUT HOW TO DO ART

THROUGH LIKE A GRASSROOTS

PROCESS. LIKE I SIGNED UP FOR

ART CLASSES AT SCHILLER PARK.

THAT'S WHEN I DISCOVERED AND

UNDERSTOOD THAT I WAS GOING TO

BE AN ARTIST.

AFTER THAT, IT WAS MORE JUST

LIKE DRAWING, DRAWING, DRAWING.

SO JUST NONSTOP.

JUST OBSESSED WITH IT.

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SO WHEN I WAS LIKE TEN OR

ELEVEN, THAT'S WHEN I DISCOVERED

COMIC BOOKS.

AND THEN THAT'S WHEN IT SHIFTED,

SO THAT I WAS JUST DRAWING

COMICS ALL THE TIME.

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THE CURRENT PROJECT I JUST

FINISHED UP, AND THAT I'M STILL

WORKING ON A LITTLE BIT HERE AND

THERE, IS A COMIC BOOK CALLED

“EIGHT FOLD PATH” IT'S A

TWO-HUNDRED TWENTY FIVE PAGE

COMIC.

THE TURNAROUND TIME FOR THE BOOK

WAS SIX MONTHS.

SO IT WAS A TEAM OF US ABOUT SIX

TO EIGHT PEOPLE JUST WORKING

AROUND THE CLOCK ON THIS BOOK.

I'M THE BEGINNING AND THE END OF

IT.

WHICH MEANS THAT I APPROVE WHAT

GOES THROUGH AND WHAT DOESN'T,

SO IT'S ALMOST AS LIKE A

DIRECTOR.

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THE IDEA OF CONVERTING A SCRIPT

INTO A COMIC BOOK IS ACTUALLY A

VERY DIFFICULT PROCESS.

YOU START PENCILING, WE GO

THROUGH THIS PROCESS CALLED

THUMB NAILING, WHICH IS WHERE

YOU JUST LITERALLY SKETCH OFF

THE IDEA, AND THEN AFTER THAT

YOU GO INTO YOUR OFFICIAL

PENCIL, WHICH IS LIKE, WHERE

YOUR LIKE, OKAY THIS WORKS.

NOW LET'S DO THE PANELING AND

ACTUALLY DRAW IT IN PENCIL AND

MAKE THAT WORK.

AFTER THAT WE INK IT.

THE INKING PART IS KIND OF LIKE

THE FUN, THE JAZZ OF IT.

AND THEN AFTER THAT WE SCAN IT

IN.

DIGITALLY COLOR IT.

THAT'LL MAKE THIS INTO THIS

“HITCHCOCKIAN” LIKE MASTERPIECE

COMIC.

THEY'RE LIKE “ALRIGHT WE UH WE

BUILD IT WHILE WE FLY” SO

ANOTHER PROJECT THAT I WORKED ON

THAT WAS SUPER AWESOME, SUPER

EPIC, A DREAM COME TRUE.

WHITE CASTLE AND COCA COLA CALL

ME AND WAS LIKE “WOULD YOU LIKE

TO DO THE ART FOR OUR ONE

HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY, WOULD YOU

BE INTERESTED IN DESIGNING A

CUP?”

AND I WAS LIKE “YEAH” AND THEN I

WAS LIKE “WE SHOULD DO LIKE

THREE CUPS” SO IT'S LIKE A

COLLECTOR THING.

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NOW I DON'T KNOW ABOUT YOU GUYS

BUT I ALWAYS WANTED TO DESIGN

SOMETHING LIKE THIS, AND EVEN

FROM WHEN I WAS A KID BECAUSE

WHAT I REALLY HAVE A LOT OF

PASSION ABOUT IS ACTUALLY, LIKE

MAKING PRODUCTS COOL.

AND SO WE DEVELOPED A NARRATIVE

FROM THE BEGINNING, AND THE

ORIGINAL BILLY INGRAM, THE

FOUNDER.

IT SHOWS LIKE THE DINER OF THE

FIRST LOCATION.

WHAT THE FIRST GIFT CARD LOOKS

LIKE.

SO YEAH THIS IS ALL MY

NARRATIVE, ALL MY STORYTELLING I

CAME UP WITH.

AND OBVIOUSLY ME THERE AT THE

END AS ANY GREAT RENAISSANCE

PAINTER WOULD DO, WHICH IS

INCLUDE THEMSELVES INTO THE

MASTPIECE.

SO YEAH, SO IF YOU GET A CHANCE

LOOK FOR THOSE CUPS ONLINE, YOU

KNOW.

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FOR ME LIFTING UP OTHER PEOPLE

WITHIN THE COMMUNITY THROUGH MY

WORK I WOULD SAY IT'S A VERY

CRITICAL PART OF WHAT I DO.

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THE MURAL I RECENTLY COMPLETED

WAS ONE OF, THE ONE AND ONLY

HANIF.

IT'S ACTUALLY ON A LAW FIRM ON

MILLER AND MAIN.

HANIF IS A WRITER.

HANIF IS A FAMOUS WRITER.

HANIF AND I WENT TO MIDDLE

SCHOOL TOGETHER.

THERE'S A BIT OF AN AGE

DIFFERENCE, BUT THERE'S THIS

INDIRECT RELATIONSHIP THAT WE'VE

ALWAYS HAD.

WITH HANIF, THE COOL THING ABOUT

IT IS THAT HE STAYED.

THAT BUILDS UP COLUMBUS.

THAT WAS MY PERSONAL GOAL TOO.

I COULD MOVE, BUT I CHOOSE NOT

TO BECAUSE THE IDEA OF BUILDING

UP COLUMBUS.

WE END UP CALLING THE MURAL,

“THE PEOPLES MURAL” BECAUSE OF

HOW THE COMMUNITY GOT BEHIND IT.

THE PROCESS FOR THE “THE PEOPLES

MURAL” WAS TO SHOW HANIF AS A

MOSAIC.

A REASON I WANTED TO REALLY

INJECT A LOT OF COLOR IN IT, HAS

MORE TO DO WITH THE QUOTE “THERE

IS SOMETHING ABOUT SETTING EYES

ON THE PEOPLE WHO HOLD YOU UP

INSTEAD OF SIMPLY IMAGINING

THEM” THE IDEA OF THIS IS WHERE

THE CHARACTERS IN THE

BACKGROUND, AND THESE ARE PEOPLE

THAT ARE IN THE COMMUNITY TOO.

I PUT THEM ALL IN BLACK AND

WHITE, AND I PUT HANIF IN COLOR

BECAUSE WE REALIZE AS ARTISTS

THAT WERE LIKE ISOLATED.

IN THE SENSE WE THINK WERE

ISOLATED, AND IT'S ACTUALLY NOT

THE CASE.

WE ACTUALLY HAVE PEOPLE WHO

SUPPORT US, AND THAT CARE, BUT

JUST GOING THROUGH THAT PROCESS

YOU GET KIND OF LOST AND IT GETS

PRETTY EXHAUSTING.

SO IT HAS A LOT OF PERSONAL

MEANING, WHEN I DESIGNED THIS.

SO IN THE SUMMER OF 2020, I

MOVED INTO AMINAH ROBINSON'S

HOME THROUGH THE

COLUMBUS MUSUEM OF ART.

NOW WHAT I SERVED AS WAS AS THE

MANAGER, BUT THERE'S KIND OF

LIKE A DUALITY TO IT.

WHICH WAS THAT AMINAH ROBINSON

WAS MY MENTOR.

I MET AMINAH ROBINSON WHEN I

STARTED AT THE

COLUMBUS MUSUEAM OF ART IN MAY

OF 2001.

SO IT HAD LIKE A HIGHER PURPOSE

FOR ME.

IT'S A CURATED MUSEUM SPACE SO

YOUR ESSENTIALLY INSIDE

AMINAH ROBINSON.

THE ENERGY IS THERE.

IT WAS PROBABLY THE LEAST ART

PRODUCTIVE I WAS, BUT THE MOST

HEALING PROCESS I'VE HAD.

I WAS ABLE TO SLOW DOWN, AND

LIKE ACTUALLY RELAX, YOU KNOW?

BECAUSE OF THE RESIDENCY NOT

HAVING TO WORRY ABOUT YOU KNOW

THE FINANCES AND STUFF LIKE

THAT.

IT'S THE ONLY SPACE WHERE I CAN

LIKE REALLY LIKE FLY.

WHERE I CAN JUST LIKE DO

WHATEVER I WANT.

YOU KNOW, IT'S LIKE A HEALING

SPACE I WOULD SAY.

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THE ONE THING AMINAH SAID TO ME

THAT STILL RESONATES WITH ME

TODAY IS, “KEEP DRAWING, DON'T

STOP DRAWING” AND AT THE TIME

I'M LIKE “PSHH DON'T TELL ME

THAT, I DRAW ALL THE TIME.”

LIKE THAT'S ABSURD I'LL NEVER

STOP DRAWING, BUT THEN WHAT

HAPPENS IS THAT LIFE HAPPENS.

LIFE OCCURS AND THEN YOU GET

OLDER AND DRAWING BECOMES

HARDER.

SO THAT MESSAGE JUST LIKE “KEEP

DRAWING” HAS MORE IMPORTANCE TO

ME NOW, THAN WHEN SHE TOLD ME

THAT WHEN I WAS TWENTY-TWO YEARS

OLD, YOU KNOW?

I MEAN, BUT THAT'S JUST LIKE A

MASTER TEACHER, RIGHT?

SO, YES THAT'S PRETTY COOL.

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>> HE GOES BY THE HANDLE

WONG FACE, AND MAYBE THAT'S AN

INDICATION OF THE HUMOR AND

QUIRKINESS IN JORDAN WONG'S ART.

LET'S GO TO CLEVELAND TO SEE HOW

THIS GRAPHIC DESIGNER AND

ILLUSTRATOR IS MAKING HIS MARK.

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>>> SO, “THE 10,000 THINGS” IS A

DALLAS PHRASE THAT REFERS TO,

YOU KNOW, THE UNIVERSE, THE

WORLD, PRETTY MUCH ALL THAT'S IN

EXISTANCE.

AND IT KIND OF RELATES ALSO TO

THE IMAGERY OF THINGS THAT ARE

FLOWING, EBBING AND FLOWING, AND

JUST ALWAYS SHIFTING.

I LOVE THE CONCEPT OF ENERGY.

I LOVE THE CONCEPT OF, YOU KNOW,

VISUALS OF MOVEMENT WHICH I

THINK HAVE STRONG CONNECTIONS TO

LIFE, TO NARRATIVES, TO HUMAN

BEINGS, AND GROWING.

A LOT OF THE CHOICES THAT I MAKE

CONNECT TO THAT.

MY GRANDFATHER, HE WOULD TAKE

LIKE COMPUTER PAPER AND LIKE,

YOU KNOW, CUT IT UP INTO LIKE

SMALLER SQUARES AND JUST HAVE

LIKE A BIG STACK OF IT IN THE

KITCHEN FOR ME TO DRAW ON.

I COULD SPEND HOURS DRAWING.

>> WHAT WERE YOU DRAWING?

>> OH.

CARTONN CHARACTERS, COMIC BOOK

CHARACTERS, YOU KNOW, VIDEO GAME

CHARACTERS.

THINGS, THAT YOU KNOW, THINGS

THAT I WAS WATCHING ON TV.

“SONIC: THE HEDGEHOG,”

“DRAGONBALL-Z,” ALL THOSE

THINGS.

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>>> THIS IS SUN WUKONG, ONE OF

THE MAIN CHARACTERS IN “JOURNEY

TO THE WEST” WHICH IS A CLASSIC

CHINESE NOVEL IN --

LONG TIME AGO.

AND THERE'S A LOT OF, YOU KNOW,

ADAPATIONS OF THIS CHARACTER.

AND I GREW UP WATCHING “THE

JOURNEY TO THE WEST” TV-SHOW

THAT WAS MADE BACK IN THE ‘80s.

SO, MY GRANDMOTHER WOULD RECORD

THIS SHOW AND HAVE IT ON VHS

TAPES FOR ME TO WATCH.

AND THE STORY'S JUST FANTASTICAL

AND REALLY APPEALS TO YOUR

IMAGINATION.

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>>> SOMEONE ASKED ME RECENTLY

LIKE, YOU KNOW, WHAT IS THE USE

OF RINGS AND HALOS AND I THINK

THEY'RE A GREAT MOTIF TO KIND OF

CONNECT TO THIS IDEA OF THE

DIVINE OR OTHER-WORLDY.

YOU KNOW, SOMETHING THAT IS

BEYOND THIS PHYSICAL REALM.

TO HAVE THIS LIKE HALO OR RING

KIND OF LIKE FLOAT AROUND YOU

LIKE 24-7, IT'S JUST LIKE THIS

REALLY COOL IMAGINATIVE SCENE.

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>>> I LIKE USING CLOUDS BECAUSE

I FEEL LIKE THEY'RE A GREAT

IMAGERY THAT COMMUNICATES A

WONDER, IMAGINATION, WHIMSY.

AND YOU CAN USE THEM IN ALL

SORTS OF DIFFERENT WAYS.

YOU KNOW, THEY'RE KIND OF FLUFFY

AND PLAYFUL.

AND NOW THAT I'M THINKING ABOUT

CHINESE AND ASIAN ARTWORK,

CLOUDS ARE REALLY USED.

ESPECIALLY IN IMAGES OF HEAVEN

AND THINGS THAT ARE DIVINE

BEYOND THE REALM OF WHAT WE

KNOW.

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>>> YEAH, HIDING LITTLE VERSIONS

OF MYSELF IS KIND OF BEEN LIKE A

NEW THING JUST BECAUSE THE WORKS

THAT I'VE BEEN DOING RECENTLY

ARE JUST SO DETAILED AND THERE'S

SO MUCH GOING ON.

IT'S LIKE YEAH, WHY NOT GET AWAY

WITH HIDING OF THIS LIKE SMALL

VERSION OF MYSELF.

AND IT'S KIND OF BECOME A WAY TO

QUOTE-UNQUOTE SIGN MY WORKS.

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>>> A LOT OF THE WORK THAT I'M

DOING NOW AND ALSO IN THE PAST,

THE COMMON THREAD IS THIS IDEA

OF PERSEVEARENCE, ENCOURAGEMENT,

GROWTH.

NOW, I'M EXPLORING LIKE AGAIN IN

RELATION TO LIKE THE TAOIST

IDEAS, THE EBBS AND FLOWS OF

LIFE.

BEING A LITTLE SOFTER WHEN

THINGS ARE TENSE AND HARD.

AND, YEAH, KIND OF FINDING A

BALANCE IN BLISS IN THIS CRAZY

LIFE THAT WE LIVE.

WHICH, YOU KNOW, I THINK APPLIES

TO NOT JUST THE TIMES WE LIVE

NOW BUT IN THE PAST AND THE

TIMES WE'RE GOING TO LIVE.

IT'S WEIRD HOW IT'S LIKE ALL

CONNECTED AND JUST ALWAYS IN

FLUX.

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>>> A LOT OF US CAN RELATE TO

JEFF STAHLER'S SINGLE PANEL

COMIC.

THE NAME OF IT IS “MODERATELY

CONFUSED.”

BUT, THAT'S ONLY ONE PART OF

STAHLER'S WORK AS AN ARTIST.

AS WE LEARNED DURING A RECENT

VISIT TO SCHILLER PARK, HIS

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>>> WATER COLOR IS THE TOPLESS

MEDIUM.

YOU CAN'T BACK UP.

ONCE YOU'VE STARTED, YOU CANNOT

PUT ANOTHER COLOR ON TOP OF IT.

IT MAKES MUD.

SO, YOU HAVE WORK VERY FAST.

A PLEIN AIR ARTIST IS THE TYPE

OF ARTIST THAT WILL WORK IN THE

ENVIRONMENT.

THAT THEY'RE OUTDOORS TYPICALLY.

PLEIN AIR IS A FRENCH WORD THAT

MEANS OUTDOOR PAINTER.

AND I STARTED DOING IT ONLY

ABOUT FOUR OR FIVE YEARS AGO.

SCHILLER PARK IS A BEAUTIFUL

PARK.

IT'S A 22 ACRE PARK THAT SITS IN

GERMAN VILLAGE.

IT'S A PARK THAT ATTRACTS A LOT

DOGS, A LOT OF PEOPLE, A LOT OF

WALKERS, A LOT OF RUNNERS.

IT'S SO NICE TO PLEIN AIR PAINT

BECAUSE YOU GET OUTSIDE, YOU GET

AWAY FROM IT ALL.

IT'S VERY RELAXING.

IT'S A --

NOT THAT CARTOONING.

IT'S JUST A WHOLE DIFFERENT

ANIMAL.

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I'M A GRADUATE OF THE COLUMBUS

COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN.

I GRADUATED IN ADVERTISING WITH

AN ILLUSTRATION MINOR.

I WORKED FOR SEVERAL YEARS IN

ADVERTISING, BUT I ALWAYS WANTED

TO CARTOON.

I DID SOME CARTOONING FOR A

MAGAZINE.

ACTUALLY, A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER IN

COLUMBUS, OHIO.

I WAS ABLE TO OPEN ANOTHER DOOR

AND IT OPENED FOR ME IN

CINCINNATI, OHIO.

AND I WAS CARTOONIST FOR THEM AT

“THE CINCINNATI POST” FOR

22 YEARS.

EDITORIAL CARTOON IS A CARTOON

WITH A POINT OF VIEW.

TRYING TO FIND A LITTLE BIT OF

HUMOR IN IT.

BUT, TYPICALLY IT'S GOING TO

FALL ON AN OPINION PAGE, SO

WANTS TO HAVE --

AND EDITOR WANTS TO HAVE AN

OPINION ASSOCIATED WITH A

CARTOON.

IT MIGHT NOT BE FUNNY, BUT MANY

TIMES, YOU KNOW, I'M HOPING THAT

IT IS.

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WHEN I GOT INTO EDITORIAL

CARTOONING BACK IN THE EARLY

‘80s, I THINK I WAS RIGHT AT THE

BEGINNING OF THE REGAN

ADMINISTRATION.

SO, I'VE WORKED THROUGH ALL THE

PRESIDENTS SINCE HIM.

AND THEY'RE ALLL A CHALLENGE.

AND SOME OF THEM ARE EASIER THAN

OTHERS.

I STARTED AS A ONE PANEL

CARTOONIST DOING EDITORIAL

CARTOONS.

SO, I GOT THAT SCIENCE OF THAT

TYPE OF GAG DOWN.

I FELT VERY COMFORTABLE THEN

MOVING ON TO DOING “MODERATELY

CONFUSED” WHICH IS SOCIAL

COMMENTARY ON A DIFFERENT LEVEL.

BUT, APPEARING ON COMIC PAGES.

I'M CONTRACTED TO DO

THREE-TO-FOUR EDITORIAL CARTOONS

EVERY WEEK AND I DO SIX DAILY

PANELS FOR “MODERATELY

CONFUSED.”

SO, IT'S A TOTAL OF NINE CARTOON

THAT I --

NINE-TO-TEN CARTOONS THAT I DO

EVERY WEEK.

I WORK FOUR WEEKS IN ADVANCE ON

“MODERATELY CONFUSED” WHERE AS

AN EDITORIAL CARTOON, I DO IT, I

PUT IT OUT THE NEXT DAY.

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YOU HAVE TO HAVE THICK SKIN IN

THIS BUSINESS.

BUT, YOU KNOW, IT'S SO

REWARDING.

IT'S SO MUCH FUN.

AND PEOPLE ALWAYS ASK, YOU KNOW,

SO WHAT'S YOUR FAVORITE CARTOON?

AND IT'S THE ONE I DID TODAY.

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>>> THIS IS A SONG FOR ANYONE

WHO HAS FOUND THEMSELVES IN A

DEAD END RELATIONSHIP THAT'S

GOING NO WHERE.

BUT, FROM WHICH IT'S STILL HARD

TO WALK AWAY.

TALISHA HOLMES WRITES FROM THE

HEART AND PERSONAL EXPERIENCE,

HOWEVER RAW AND PAINFUL IT MAY

BE.

HERE IS “HE WON'T EVER LET ME”

BY TALISHA HOLMES AND BJAZZ.

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♪ I GAVE MY GUNS TO CRIMINALS ♪

♪ MY GOLD TO THIEVES ♪

♪ MY HEART TO NEANDERTHALS ♪

♪ AND MY GUTS TO THE BEAST ♪

♪ I GAVE MY BONES TO COMMON

DOGS ♪

♪ AND MY LIFE TO JUDAS ♪

♪ MY INNER THOUGHTS TO

POLITICIANS ♪

♪ AND MY TRUST TO BRUTAS ♪

♪ BUT IT NEVER FELT LIKE

WINDOWS ♪

♪ NO ♪

♪ AND IT DIDN'T FEEL OKAY ♪ ♪

NO ♪

♪ NO NO NO NO ♪

♪ AND IT DOESN'T FEEL ALRIGHT ♪

♪ NO NO ♪

♪ AND I CAN'T SLEEP OKAY ♪

♪ YEAH YEAH ♪

♪ I TOOK MY THOUGHTS FROM THE

PREACHER ♪

♪ I GAVE MY CONFIDENCE IN MAN ♪

♪ I BUILT MY HOPE ON WHAT WAS

FLEETING ♪

♪ I MADE A MANSION IN THE SAND ♪

♪ I GAVE MY LOVE TO YOU ONLY ♪

♪ MY BODY TO YOUR HANDS ♪

♪ I PLACED MY SOUL AT YOUR

FEET ♪

♪ AND MY LIFE TO YOUR PLANS ♪

♪ BUT IT DOESN'T FEEL ALRIGHT ♪

♪ NO ♪

♪ AND IT DOESN'T FEEL OKAY ♪

♪ NO ♪

♪ HEY ♪

♪ AND IT DOESN'T FEEL ALRIGHT ♪

♪ NO NO ♪

♪ AND I CAN'T SLEEP OKAY ♪

♪ HEY ♪

♪ AND IT DOESN'T FEEL ALRIGHT ♪

♪ NO ♪

♪ AND IT DOESN'T FEEL OKAY ♪

♪ OHH ♪

♪ AND IT DOESN'T FEEL ♪

♪ IT DOESN'T FEEL ALRIGHT ♪

♪ AND I CAN'T SLEEP ♪

♪ OKAY AT NIGHT ♪

♪ WHY ♪

♪ NOT RIGHT ♪

♪ IT'S NOT RIGHT ♪

♪ IT'S NOT RIGHT ♪

♪ IT'S NOT RIGHT ♪

♪ OHH ♪

♪ AND IT DOESN'T FEEL RIGHT ♪

♪ NO NO ♪

♪ NO AND IT DOESN'T FEEL OKAY ♪

♪ AND IT DOESN'T FEEL ALRIGHT ♪

♪ NO ♪

♪ AND I CAN'T SLEEP OKAY ♪

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>>> THAT OUR SHOW.

REMEMBER, YOU CAN FIND ALL OF

OUR STORIES ONLINE AT WOSU.ORG,

AS WELL AS ON OUR YOUTUBE

CHANNEL.

FOR ALL OF US HERE AT WOSU, I'M

DAVID HOLM.

THANKS FOR WATCHING.

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>> PRODUCTION OF "BROAD AND

HIGH" IS FUNDED IN PART BY THE

GREATER COLUMBUS ARTS COUNCIL.

SUPPORTING ARTS, ADVANCING

CULTURE AND CONNECTING THE

COMMUNITY TO ARTISTS, EVENTS AND

CLASSES AT COLUMBUSMAKESART.COM.


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