Home (Split with Jon Creeden)

by Jesse LeBourdais

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    2 song 7" Vinyl split with Jon Creeden
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    Released by My Fingers! My Brain! Records

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Jesse LeBourdais and Jon Creeden are punk rock troubadours in the truest sense. Almost always touring, these guys have played everything from huge bars and concert halls to tiny coffee shops and living rooms. They write songs with sincerity and can back them up by being two of the best singers, songwriters and performers in Canada, period. Having toured together many times, putting out a split seemed as natural as going home.

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released December 10, 2013

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Track Name: Decaying Cities - Jon Creeden
I've been living with one foot out the door,
I've been living with boxes on the floor, in the corner all neatly packed. I've been living with undecorated walls,
I've been sitting by the phone hoping for a call from anyone,
telling me I'm in luck.
As the Queen perched high in her guard tower, she watched the Downtown flee.
To make more room for her Bridge partners and darling, it's time for us to leave.
It seems like we've been searching for so long,
for a place we love and belong and I know, it's out there somewhere. Spend so much time in the unknown,
I want a place we can call our own, and I'm always coming home to you.
As the Queen perched high in her guard tower, she watched the Downtown flee.
To make more room for her bridge partners and darling it's time for us to leave.
My home is here with you, and your home is here with me.
Track Name: Burnt Out Frame - Jesse LeBourdais
The air is cold, the wind it blows right through my bones. In the winter, the sun don't stay around too long before giving way to the night but I have been driving down this road for my whole life, so the light from the moon is all I need to guide my way to the last remaining turns. I'm almost home. When I am far away, and I don't recognize the stars, I look to a line from someone back home to remind me of what it's worth to know the wind is still blowing and the ground is at their feet. It will keep me on mine, keep my head on straight and it will keep me looking up. I've spent my whole life looking up. I would do almost anything for you, but I can only apologize for the times I was not there. I don't like reliving old glories, but I love my old mistakes. They tell me what I'm made of, where I'm going and who I want to be. Until I am left with nothing but a burnt out frame to lean on, and any good that we did has been forgotten by our kids, and I have become nothing more than a shade of my former self. I will always remain in humble servitude to all the friends that I have made along the way. In the Valley where I plan to one day take my final steps, I hope it never crumbles to the ground but rises up instead; and an endless song springs forth, my dying breath begins the chord…..and it will echo through the hills reminding everyone that they have made it home.