The Place I Don't Want To Call Home

by Greylines

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02:05
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02:53
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03:06
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03:56
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02:51

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released May 15, 2015

Recorded by Jake Clarke
Mastered by Will Yip

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Central Pennsylvania Rock

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Track Name: Wake Up
you saw a window of time
so you jumped through
and took the glass and the frame down with you
a bloody, broken portrait of what you'd been running from
is this the thrill that you envision
just before the last decision
you remember making?
or are you just that numb?

always dancing with disaster
around your death bed
until you fall asleep on the floor

you say you feel better when you wake up
but you never wake up
you just open tired eyes
in search of something harder than your mind
how does it make you feel this time
to look at me when you can't even say you tried?

no matter what you know
it's no mistake to listen
you never could say no
but still something was always missing
you would tell the greatest story
and share your sacred dreams
but in the morning it's all much too much to believe

I've seen it corner many men
and shake a trembling hand
it's your life they want
but your soul they'll demand

you say you feel better when you wake up
but you never wake up
you just open tired eyes
in search of something harder than your mind
how does it make you feel this time
to look at me when you can't even say you tried?

waking up
have you had enough?
never waking up
Track Name: Quiet Town
tried to make a memory
ended up just driving around
quiet town
every end was dead to me
lightning struck before the sound
coming down

nightfall drowning
heavy cleansing
reprimanded lament

there's a front porch light burning somewhere, softly
but I can't find a reason to follow its glow
though it used to be mine, it becomes so haunting
when I see what's inside of the place I don't want to call home

it's just everything I thought that I knew
wasn't true
hero becomes enemy; what's a son in season to do?
I still need you

moonlight dances
through the branches
fall is summer's descent

there's a front porch light burning somewhere, softly
but I can't find a reason to follow its glow
though it used to be mine, it becomes so haunting
when I see what's inside of the place I don't want to call

I think you should explain yourself to someone
maybe you should explain yourself to someone
do I say what only makes sense in writing?
you're fighting
a decade just passed through my room

I think you should explain yourself to someone
maybe you should explain yourself to someone
I think you should explain yourself to someone
or just be another dismay to further my gloom