On And On

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That night when I stole your car
Windows down alone in the dark
You lit a candle to my patron saint
When I brought it back, 3 am, not a scratch on the paint

It was a death wish disguised as a thrill
Going seventy miles per hour down that hill
With my eyes closed

All I could feel was the rage and despair
And I hate to admit that I wanted it there
Cause it sealed up the hole I was sure just stretched on with no bottom

I thought it was the end of the road
I thought it was the end of the road
I thought it was the end of the road

But it goes on and on and on
It goes on and on and on
It goes on….

And baby, it’s not your fault
I spent those years learning how to build walls within walls
Closing myself in perceived safety
But now I see clearly how safe doesn't always mean free

The things that mean most are the hardest to see
and I meant to stay blind and I tried to believe I was nothing

But pain must be answered
with something that's true
and the truth was that I had more to do

I thought it was the end of the road
I thought it was the end of the road
I thought it was the end of the road

But it goes on and on and on
It goes on and on and on
It goes on

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from Way Down, released April 28, 2018

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Juliana Finch Durham, North Carolina

Pie-fueled indie folk.

Juliana Finch “sounds the way a good bourbon tastes.” A Georgia-based singer/songwriter with strong Americana roots, Juliana earns her spot in a long tradition of storytelling songwriters with a sultry, soothing voice and carefully crafted lyrics. ... more

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