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She came in with the season
And without reason she stole his heart
He had all of the answers
They became dancers and played their parts

He was caught in her headlights and spent most of his nights dreaming away
She was scared to discover just how much he loved her as she felt the same

But they were bending and breaking
Giving and taking what wasn’t theirs
And soon with no way to hide it
They tried to fight it and end the affair

And she said,
“I just want you to know, the hardest part was letting go”

Nothing left to say
So they parted ways

He was young and relentless, somewhat defenseless and eager to try
She had no way of knowing where they were going so she said goodbye

Time and love are conflicted and unpredicted but who can complain?
Happiness and contentment are nothing but sentiment without heartache and pain

Still the world will turn
Still the fire burns


Now, though she will fight it, when it gets quiet she still thinks of him
On a clear night in summer, he often thinks of her and what might have been

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from Novel and Profane, released August 27, 2013
Wyatt Funderburk: vocals, guitar, bass, keys, percussion
Todd Patton: drums
Robert Hume: synthesizer
Steven Fazio: lead guitar

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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