Come Find Me When the World Ends

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If you come knocking at my door
I won’t live here no more
Just some ghosts
And a cold, hard floor
If you come knocking at my door

And the ghosts sing out…

Don’t you go asking where I’ve been
They’ll saddle you with laws and bind you with sins
They say I’ve painted my skulls,
that I spoke with the dead
Don’t you go asking where I’ve been

And the dead sing out…

Don’t try to follow my trail
The frozen tracks, the blood & the hair
Teeth and bones,
They can’t take what I own
Don’t try to follow my trail

And the blood sings out…

If you see a fire at night
High on the mountain, with no moon in sight
Name me a star
And gather your wise
If you see a fire at night

You can sing out…

If you hear a voice in the trees
It’s the echo of your spirit caught up in the leaves
Forsake your reflection
And these earthbound things
If you hear a voice in the trees

We’ll all sing out…

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from Come Find Me When the World Ends, released January 14, 2018

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Dustin Drennen Clark Fork, Idaho

Songs and poems from North Idaho: a little folk and americana, a little Texas country, maybe more cowpunk, clear love of the West, especially the Northwest, an affinity for good beer, some romance and wreckage, some creepy tales, a general distrust for the establishment, a hopeful outlook all the same. ... more

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