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Right. Now.

from Novel and Profane by Wyatt Funderburk

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I’ve been here before behind the dressing room door
Comparing thumbs and purple hearts
So much in love we were both victims of the circumstances
Doomed from the start

Start it over pull apart the thread
Spread the memories out across your bed

You say I never change
I say you look the same
Familiar smiles are exchanged
My world is rearranged

Tonight I’m going back in time
We always felt so right
Right. Now.

Turtles in the snow, we had nowhere to go
We had nowhere to be, we had no history
But we had everything as winter turned to spring
We watched the turn of the century from a trampoline

What’s this all about? How did we live without?
As all the questions fade the sun is coming out

But without trust, love is fleeting
I thought you were cheating
It beat us both to death
Until the final breath

Why do good things end?
Why couldn’t we be friends?
Why do we keep playing if we never win?


from Novel and Profane, released August 27, 2013
Wyatt Funderburk: vocals, guitar, bass, synthesizer, percussion
Todd Patton: drums

Words and music by Wyatt Funderburk (BMI)
Recorded and mixed at Nebulon II in Nashville, TN
Drums recorded in Cincinnati with Ross “Big Bro” McAllister
Mastered by Justin Perkins


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Wyatt Funderburk Nashville, Tennessee

Wyatt Funderburk is a Nashville musician, songwriter and producer. Since self-releasing his first record as a teenager in the 1990s, Funderburk has toured the US and abroad with his own bands and others’, while also working in his studio with some of the best rock and pop artists in the country. ... more

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