top of page
  • Instagram
  • Bandcamp
  • Spotify
  • Facebook
  • YouTube
  • SoundCloud
  • iTunes
  • Amazon


If I Had a Dime_3kx3k_WithText.jpg


Hey Polly, I think there might be something wrong with me,

Too many stains just like an old sheet, hanging out in the breeze,

Tongue-tied I tried to save all our pleasantries,

But if I had a dime for every lie, man I’d be rolling in change…


Hey Polly, I think there might be something really wrong with you,

Then again, I like to pretend that I know things that I can’t prove,

Wide-eyed, I’m at the point where I have nothing to lose,

So come along, we can bond in our small, naive little room…


Now wouldn’t that be nice,

Wouldn’t that be nice for a change?


Ah hell, I feel a mighty wind blowing out through the leaves,

You spilled it out, took it back, such a half-assed apology,

Tongue-tied, I tried to say all those things that I mean,

And if I had the time, I’d sew up all of my open seams…


Now wouldn’t it be nice,

Wouldn’t that be nice for a change?

Listen on:

  • Spotify
  • iTunes
  • YouTube
  • Bandcamp
  • SoundCloud

Inspired by the ending of a longtime friendship, "If I Had a Dime" reflects on a conversation between our narrator and a character named Polly. What starts out as self examination, quickly turns into a blame-game with the song capitalizing on the emotional disunion we often find ourselves in when trying to accept the duality of a disagreement.



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, vocals, organ and electronic drum programming
Colin Loynachan: electric guitar
Leng Moua: bass guitar
Brett Bjornrud: drums and percussion

bottom of page