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She couldn’t stand to be alone She couldn’t stand to be with me
So I watched her walk away in ¾ time
And every single next time of mine turned into a used to be
And there was no little voice to tell me it’d be fine
All the he done me wrongs, sad love songs, and other natural disasters
Crashed against the rocks upon my shore
So I just turned out the flame in my light house, and told’em to roll in faster
Never seen so many things break so fast before
It’s the damndest thing I’ve ever encountered
It’s the damndest thing my eyes have ever seen
How something so sweet and pretty as a flower
Could burn it to the ground like gasoline, like gasoline

All my explanations might as well have been lies
I guess they were as far as she’s concerned
But it’s hard to walk a straight road when you keep on moving the lines
And you’re in the middle of the bridge when it starts to burn
Well there’s something kinda funny in the ache of letting go
Of a storm that just begs you to dance out in the rain
And the pain is like an old friend, someone that you know
That says, “man, you knew I’d be back this way again”



from Sad Songs and Other Natural Disasters, released August 26, 2016
By Brian Combs and Keith Rowland



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Brian Combs Lexington, Kentucky

Jackson, Kentucky native Brian Combs is set to release his official debut album Sad Songs and Other Natural Disasters via Shaker Steps Records (Lexington, KY) on 8/26/16. If we are what we eat, or in this case listen to, Brian has fed himself on heavy doses of Prine, Drive-By Truckers and anything else that leans towards well crafted heartfelt lyrics with a driving beat and little country twang. ... more

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