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You may not know the damage you do
You were just there, and I talked to you;
What constitutes a breach of lust?

When you let me down, I thought “What the hey”;
You never did claim, anyway,
To be the answer to my prayers.

You should know something
We walk and talk, and still we say nothing.

The young people come, the old people leave,
You and I hold, somewhere between,
Strung out with one eye on the time.

The sudden first kiss was stunning and strange,
But stranger still, the sudden cold change;
We are all seasons in your years.

I want you to look to the evidence
I wanted you when I met you, and ever since.

When you’re borderline, and I’m well below,
There seems little chance that this thing will grow
While we keep dancing ’round the flame;
Through our own histories, ever the same.

You should know something
Our walks and talks are coming to nothing new.

I really am tired – it’s been quite a day
And while you’re with him, there’s not much to say;
The chattering gooseberry, that’s my part.

I want you to review the evidence
I wanted you when I met you…and still do.


released September 28, 2015
Words and Music by Andrew Lambkin. © 2009

Andrew Lambkin: voice
Tom Griffith: guitars

Recorded at The Heather Mile HQ, May 2009 by Andrew Lambkin.



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The Heather Mile NSW, Australia

The Heather Mile is a folk-pop thing made of Andrew Lambkin and diverse friends. We drift between the Southern Highlands, Sydney and the Blue Mountains, in search of more time. Welcome.

Ghouls, cruels, haters and hypocrites, move along: nothing to see here. Your time has passed.
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