The Antipoison Creek Sessions

by Exebelle

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04:13

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released March 7, 2009

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Philip Heesen III: Lead and harmony vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, harmonica, mandolin, drums.

Kerry Hutcherson: Lead and harmony vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica, mandolin, banjo, pedal steel guitar.

Ryan Owenby: Lead and harmony vocals, bass.

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Track Name: What If We Fell?
What if we fell out of the blue sky we're piercing?
Tumbled to the ground, crashed into a town?
Did we leave what we wanted back there?
Toss it all and fall, never had nothing at all.

The weight of this world is coming down on me
And I'll just pretend that nothing's wrong instead.
A heavy black cloud is trying to comfort me
But it doesn't matter cuz falling we are free.

What if we slipped beneath the break of a tall wave?
Breathing each breath as if it were our last?
What will we find in that moment before death?
Wave upon wave turning over our grave.

I'm sorry but it's true, at least I'm with you.
What if we dropped everything to live like we should?

The weight of this world is coming down on me
And I'll just pretend that nothing's wrong instead.
A heavy black cloud is trying to comfort me
But it doesn't matter cuz falling we are free.
Track Name: Lonesome Canyon
The valley snows washed away by the summer days and rains
We followed them down to where junipers point the way
We laid down

The valley floor rolled out down to the page's edge
Travelers, broken men, laid down their weary heads
Night wrapped us up

We walked around the bend
Followed the river to the end
Never heard the others call
Inside a lonesome canyon wall

The morning rose and burned away all that the night had left
My father found a morning rose and held it to his chest
For all those who left

We dreamed of church bells, fanfare, petals, parades
Heard the bands while we slept inside the canyon shade
They pulled away

Look across the divide onto the windward side
We'll find a place to hide
Look across the divide onto the other side
The night will wrap you up

We walked around the bend
Followed the river to the end
Never heard the others call
Inside a lonesome canyon wall