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It's just like you knew me
With all the cracks residing in me
The beat came so freely
With one step on and on behind the dreaming of song
To carry the mouthpiece of fodder run thin swept up and ate by the wind

You see right through me
With every vision in capturing me
Is ever moving
Beyond the words I try to speak

I'm devouring the hands
That left me on the ends
Of the branch that will sway me
So discretely
A calming dance
As ourselves advance
From the waves that you keep
To the point that you sink
Back into my arms
Back into my arms

Breaking the lines that
I've drawn in the sand
To keep me in the hands
Of the fears that restricted
And convinced me to keep
All the light I hid deep

Beneath all the scars and
The skin I peeled back
To uncover the maps
Behind all the noises
That obstruct my view
From seeing you


from You Are Greater than the Sum of Your Parts, released March 1, 2015
Written by Jeffrey Francoeur
Recording Performances:

Vocals & Guitar - Jeffrey Francoeur
Guitar - Daniel Wojtaszek
Bass - Ryan Tidwell
Drums & Percussion - David Wojtaszek


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Civil Culture New Hampshire

Civil Culture is a peregrination of contradictions
super-imposed in the sonic spectrum. Listening to the call and answer of one's existence to find the harmonizing tensions of life, Civil Culture lends itself to an open mind.

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