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Well I found a cure for my desperate soul
Staring right back through the window
I’m leaving on a train at a quarter of 8
I’ve got to go back to work I’ve got to keep myself busy
The day flies by but I still think of you
and all the women walking round in their brand new shoes
I meet a friend for a drink I try to take it easy
But I wind up drunk you know its so damn easy
On the train back I sleep in my coat
Then I go to a movie so I don’t feel alone
I could have you back but I think this is best
It’s probably about time to put us to rest
Walking up late to the front door
I hear the phone ring and its staring back through the window
I run grab the receiver the voice is yours
Staring back through the window I found my cure
For my desperate soul
For my desperate soul
For my desperate soul
For my desperate soul


from Love, War, and Other Mistakes, released August 6, 2013
Danny Whitecotton – Vocal, Guitar, Snaps, Tambourine
James Kinne – Bass, Harmonies, Snaps


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Danny Whitecotton Wilmington, Delaware

Danny Whitecotton is a native Texas singer/songwriter currently based out of Wilmington, Delaware that writes and plays songs about love, loss, and possibility with a blend of folk, country, rock, and blues.

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