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Damon Hill - "Wasted" (Duet Version)

Damon Hill on August 14, 2013 00:31

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    New version of "Wasted" featuring the beautiful voice of 17 year-old Emily Cudhea-Pierce! So lucky to have her join the team for this one. Huge talent. Follow Emily here: https://soundcloud.com/emilycp

    Song based on William Faulkner's "Sanctuary."

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    Lyrics:

    Ease your filthy hands or I'll be leaving
    Throw another glass and I'll be gone
    You'll see tomorrow with a sober set of eyes for once

    There's a train to Jefferson each Sunday
    Once I get my check I'll make it mine
    I hear the folks there have a certain southern charm
    And let a woman do just as she wants

    So I'm leaving you now, I'm leaving you now
    You're just wasted
    I'm leaving you now, I'm leaving you now
    I swear to god

    I don't know why your bruises turned to muscle
    Or why it moves your blood to draw mine
    I suppose that a soft word never entered in your ear
    Or scrubbed away the callus in your heart

    I'm leaving you now, I'm leaving you now
    You're just wasted
    I'm leaving you now, leaving you now
    I swear to god

    But the baby's crying out
    And I've gotta put her down
    And the clothes are on the line
    But it's getting dark outside
    And the rain is coming now
    And soon he'll settle down
    And apologize

    So I'll keep wasting

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