by Barton Stanley David

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Recorded Live at Let Em In Music in Brooklyn by Nadim Issa
Nathan MacCormack: cello
Patrick Firth: piano
Chris Anderson: bass
Nick Kinsey: drums
Mastered by Joe LaPorta at Sterling Sound, NYC


Well maybe someday
I'm gonna buy me a motorbike
Gonna ride it on down
To that rough stretch of town
Where they're looking at you
With them unwelcome eyes thinking
You're riding tall
On a life that they don't recognize

Well Tina, she said
Man, your grass ain't so green
But from where I been standing it looks like a dream
I've been saving up pain
I've been taxing my heart
So that scar on your arm
Just don't set you apart from me

Now ever since they cut me thin
I've been trying not to bleed again
From this line that I still can't conceal
Oh, and I've been watching everything from here
Just trying to figure where to steer
When the road shows nothing that's real

Yeah, maybe someday
I'll go walking through Abilene
Where you dream and you die
Beneath that West Texas sky
I won't see the same scenes
I won't think the same thoughts
And I'll even give back
All the fear that I bought

Written by Barton Stanley David Fall18 Music (ASCAP)


released March 21, 2015



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