Break Your Heart

by These Wild Plains

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Recorded at Radar Studios in Clinton, CT with Will Benoit & in Arlington, MA with Matt Girard
Mixed by Danny Kadar
Mastered by Nick Zampiello at New Alliance East

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released August 7, 2015

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These Wild Plains Boston, Massachusetts

American Rock & Roll

Ryan Bambery
Ben Voskeritchian
Nick Mercado
Rob Motes

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Track Name: Break Your Heart
I'm still two weeks from everywhere
You fly a flag, says you don't care

I'll break your heart just for the taste
You right my wrongs when I see your face

You're not here when you're with your trouble
You're not here and who's to blame?

I'm still two weeks from everywhere
You fly your flag, says you don't care

I'll break your heart just for the taste
You right my wrongs when I see your face

You're not here when you're with your trouble
You're not here and who's to blame?

You're out pointing fingers
And I'm stuck out in space
Track Name: Waves (revisited)
Well, it's as simple as a secret to the setting sun
About as calm as the finger on your loaded gun
Thirsty as a devil or a cactus bud
She comes down to raid the town
Watch the night run

I could use a wave to wash me out

Watch me from your tower in the pale blue sky
You're posted like a raven without wings to fly
The face in the mountain's got nothing to say
He keeps his eyes on the prize of another day

I could use a wave to wash me out
Track Name: Plains (revisited)
You can hold a barrel to my back
And I'll walk thirty paces towards
Any given sunset

You can take the fire from my lungs
But you'll only spit it back out

We're hungry
We're tired
Tired eyes under cover of the moonlight

We're hurting
Lord, that's for certain
Ousted from the flatlands
Soaking up the moonlight