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Hezekiah Jones sings Josh Britton - Gospels

from Philly Sings Philly by Philly

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I have been to boston, I've been to hell and back
I have survived through my father's heart attack
I guess the mountains never grow until there's no room
I guess tonite is just another moon

All my fingers, crooked from the day before,
Still have something left enough to close the door
I guess our wounds are never healed, they just get overgrown
I guess we all consume each other's bones

All these thorns curl out from the form that I keep
The ocean spills its secrets on the shore where we sleep
I guess some memories will never see the sun
I guess our work is never really done.

© Josh Britton

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from Philly Sings Philly, track released January 1, 2011
Composed by Josh Britton

Raph Cutrufello - lead vocals, piano, electric piano
Brad Hinton - guitars, vocals
Ross Bellenoit - organ
Phil D'Agostino - double-bass
Jonas Oesterle - drums
Jay Levin - vocals

Recorded and mixed by Jeff Hiatt
Mastered by Rob Shaffer
Recording © 2010 Turtle Studios

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