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’ve been in and out of bars since I was 17, I’ve been in and out of chords for just as long. I’ve been looking far and wide for something I will never find, it’s difficult to even qualify. I’ve had allies all along and adversaries left behind, but most of them got blurred between the lines. There are more roads than are days, and you will never reach the end.

So anywhere is probably good enough for me. As long as we keep moving, it really doesn’t matter where we go. So come on give it a try. How hard can it really be?

If you find yourself with a little bit of money, it don’t make you return every thing you ever stole. So I throw away the things I haven’t touched in several years but the broken hearts I’m keeping them around. They remind me of the pain that keeps my happiness in check, because I know how shitty the bottom floor can be. But I wear them like a badge and they get me into special clubs, with the finest people I have ever known.

So anywhere is probably good enough for me. As long as you’re all with me, it really doesn’t matter where we go. So come on give it a try. How hard can it really be?

I pray for nothing, it’s fucking useless but I mostly think people will do what’s right. When I’m mistaken, I simply move on. I trust my friends and hope they do the same. When we are old men and older women, we’re not going to care about the pain that made us strong; we’ll ride this slow train into the glory of our own hell. We’re all just trying to keep our shit together for as long as we can.

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from Grief Intensity Friendship, released July 10, 2017

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