Coming To Terms With

by Best Friends

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released 27 March 2015

Dean played guitar and did vocals.
Connor played drums and did vocals.
Jasper Webb did guest vocals on track 5.

Artwork image by Connor, layout by Tom Holden.
Recorded, Mixed & Mastered by Dean at Strike Sound in Gladstone, February 2015.
strikesound.com.au

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Track Name: Discontentment
I need the summer heat,
I need my name called by the autumn breeze,
I need the winter's teaching,
I need the new life of the spring.

If I could fix my head, I'd find somewhere to lay it.
If I could fix myself, I wouldn't need to ask you for help.

It could've ended at 21, I keep telling myself.
I want to run and run and run.
Track Name: Their Last Waltz
I'd never seen true love until the day my grandfather passed away.
We gathered in the hospital room, my grandmother did all she could do.

She held him close, her hand on his cheek.
The air so cold, met by warm melody.

The song sang out from it's bedside view,
"Two lonely people together, I fell in love with you."
Track Name: All That's Left
This all too familiar feeling of Summer returns, longing not for the suns embrace but the warmth found in your company.
They say a little patience goes a long way, it's not time that I fear but this arms length that I keep between us.
I guess it's the fear of rejection that causes detachment to come so easily. Maybe that's why I don't sleep much, because in the dark all that's left is me.
Track Name: Happy New Year
The salt burned through the early morning lights, stuck between night and day, a fitting imbalance.
The drive home felt longer than usual, replaying every word we had spoken and the silences all the same.
I'm thankful for the time we shared but with a final embrace and a goodbye, maybe I'll see you next year.