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William Wild - Morning

I can see the sun, I can see the day,
Crawling closer as the night fades away.
I can feel the light, shining down on me,
Oh Lord, I better go back to sleep.

Every morning I get so confused on what I’m supposed to do,
And I don’t know who you’ve become,
Or who to talk to anymore.

I fell in love when I was seventeen,
Never learned to be alone.
And I broke away from everything I need,
And I’ll never be the same,
At the bottom of a sea without a line.

I’ll be the first to go and you’ll be the last to leave,
But I’m sure we’ll work it out.
And I’m tired of getting old without a single dime to show,
But I can’t keep worryin’ about it.
And I’ve got a lot to say, but it comes out the wrong way,
So I keep on writing songs.
I don’t know at all where I’m gonna be this fall…but I’ll be there anyways.

I fell in love when I was seventeen,
Never learned to be alone.
And I broke away from everything I need,
And I’ll never be the same,
At the bottom of a sea without a line.

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from Steady Now, released March 4, 2016
Garrett Sale - Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Lap Steel, Rhodes, Percussion
Aaron Hill - Drums, Percussion
Gideon Klein - Pedal Steel
Tony Lucido - Bass Guitar

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William Wild Knoxville, Tennessee

William Wild’s inaugural release pays homage to the musical pioneers of the counterculture revolution with their uniquely dynamic synthesis of 1960’s folk and 1970’s rock ‘n’ roll. The group’s distinct blend of acoustic instrumentation, layered vocals and lush strings embellished by heavy percussion and dark guitar tones draw comparisons to Crosby, Stills & Nash, Led Zeppelin, and Fleetwood Mac. ... more

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