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lyrics

you keep on turning the lock though there’s a key on the floor
it’s okay when you stare at the fire escape
just allow me to believe that maybe some melody can be made
don’t go far
we defend what we made
i don’t know how
but every stitch can be undone
no one knows why
but that don’ t mean you don’t give it a try
said to breathe on a mirror for to look at its shine
to end up where you do when you wander tonight
oh stars in disguises
there is a lot coming through
i can see how they are warming the seasons in you
i don’t know how
but every brick can be un-laid
i can see why
now all you’d need is a reason to try
i am unashamed
doesn’t everyone know it?
maybe i’ll see you again
what about outlive
instead of outgrow it?
baby i’ll see you again
we can find a real way to pretend
that there are sparks at the windows
mine are the marks every heart knows
i will look to them
see my face
and then maybe i’ll see you tonight
you’re a cold engine running
i’m a key on the floor
it’s okay if you sleep on the fire escape
if the stairs take to falling
maybe some melody can be made
don’t go far
we defend and we save
no one knows why
but that don’ t mean you don’t give it a try
i am unashamed
doesn’t everyone know it?
maybe i’ll see you tonight
put me in your bed and i’ll never outgrow it
baby i’ll see you again
i am unashamed
doesn’t everyone know it?
maybe i’ll see you again
what about outlive
instead of outgrow it?
baby i’ll see you again
we’ll find a real way to pretend
that there are sparks at the windows
these are the marks every heart knows
i will look to them
see your face and then
maybe i’ll see you tonight
cause there are sparks at the windows
these are the marks every heart knows
i will look to them
see your face
and then maybe i’ll see you tonight

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from QUIET THE STATION, released April 21, 2017

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Stewart Legere Halifax, Nova Scotia

From Halifax, Canada. Legere's folk/pop songs are lovingly composed with vivid storytelling and luscious harmonies, darkened with such sincere delivery and frank lyrics you'll long to sing along and make it alright. Honest, charming and open-hearted, Legere is also a member of orchestral pop outfit The Heavy Blinkers and an award theatre artist (The Accidental Mechanics Group + Zuppa Theatre Co.) ... more

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