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by King and Nation

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i’ve grown too old to care so little but i know it’s my fault can’t stand here looking back only see where and what i lack i know it’s my fault you can find me at home i’ve got your picture, i’m not alone cursed at the bottom of her throat sweet words that will make you choke too late for apologies i need to breathe
i’m thinking now so much that i forget your memory as my blood gets warmer, i feel just a little less in the morning my head hurts but that’s just you getting back at me for trying to forget you and selfishly get out of my mess i’ve got back pain from stress and an acquired taste for wine and all your french philosophy could never make me go back to the mindset that drinking will only help pass the time but i need it like i need a heart attack is there a makeup stain on his pillow case too? i wish my dreams had less to do with you are there better people in this life that you need? that is the case and you are better off free i hope being abroad gives you the clarity you chase and all the diners you visit are out of your favorite drinks so dry mouthed you sit and wait for that trendy glass then i’ll come in and spill it on the ground and i’ll ask you what you think is there a ticket to paris tonight one way? if I had the money, i still wouldn’t go that far do you remember the look on your face when i asked you to stay? i never knew the truth could be so hard everyone needs someone or something or some time to themselves
don’t take my baby’s heart away you know that she’s much too sweet i’ll take my daddy’s 45 long down this dirt road drive whiskey, fresh pack of smokes and i’m on my way to die the sheriff, he knows my name the devil just drew first i’m on my way, i’m just too high i’m on my way, gone by and by dirt flies, the gravel hits the sky the last round: the law and i lights flash, the old chief hits the ground and i am gone for good
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falling asleep with my eyes on the ceiling calling again but my head’s a reeling drinking alone just to slow down the feeling falling asleep with my eyes on the ceiling in the distance i found the answer i found a home but it’s standing without her travel for days but never arriving in the distance i found no answer you say i’m overdue doctor, please say i’m good to get back now i broke my hand but i don’t remember how my neighbors called because my music is too loud doctor, please say i’m good to get back now
we set out for home about an hour ago with nothing to change but the leaves and the snow i’ve been away for about five years, holding you back with the taste of her tears i am afraid that i’m too late you are the one i call late at night writing me letters and blinking your eyes i’ve been alone for a matter of time don’t sign your letters when you write me goodbye


All lyrics written by Frank Miller and Sam Brinkman
All music composed by King and Nation
Artwork by Aaron Gonzalez
Photography by Blanton @ The Light Co

Copyright April 1st, 2014


released April 16, 2015

tracked, mixed and mastered in under 8 hours by ben napier at green audio productions, fort worth tx. special thanks to john wilms, frank miller, eduardo gonzalez, campbell griffin, steve davis, bob davis, and all our friends and family.


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King and Nation College Station, Texas

Indie Groove Rock / College Station, TX.

King and Nation are:
Frank - Vocals
Sam - Guitar
Austin - Bass
Aaron - Guitar
Travis - Drums

images by blanton @ thelightco.us

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