What to Say (Come Here)

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Oh what to say / Its all a blur / Car parked safely at the curb
Sometimes it’s amazing you make it to the door
Oh what to say / Your head’s a mess / Filled with dreams and shaky memories/Sometimes it’s amazing you can, you can remember a thing //Oh, oh what to say when you had a little too much//Oh what to say when all you need is a kind touch /
Oh what to say I’ll tell you as much come, come here /
We go on anyhow / Forget it’s a wonder that, that simple fact
Trees growing before our eyes / Everything staying somehow out of the cracks /Oh what to say the sun came up / After all you said and did/A little sore / wanting more, but nonetheless / on the grid, my dear /
Oh, oh what to say when you had a little too much /
Oh what to say when all you need is a kind touch /
Oh what to say I’ll tell you as much / my dear /come here
Come here I’ll surrender this bit/ if you’ll get over that fear of/Another scar on your tender heart all/ those marks yeah they, they add up to art/Oh what to say / come here / I’ll tell you / come hear /oh baby come on
/What’s the difference anyhow?/ its all the same/ you lose some you win some you go on / Oh what to say I’ll tell you as much / my dear /come here
©2013 Deborah Crooks & Kwame Copeland

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from Your Own Reaction, released September 16, 2014

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Bay Station finds Kwame Copeland and Deborah Crooks combining their talents with several musical friends to create a diverse form of Americana.
"Bay Station delivers its own unique style, incorporating the best parts of Americana, Alt-Country, and just plain good storytelling." — Bob Leggett LA Music Critic
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