Ruin

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there is a rock in my stomach / the weight of your words / cage around my lungs and / the heart is burst / i held you so gentle and I quenched your thirst / are you proud you broke down and struck me first / goin’ back to my mother to plant what remains / i’ve nothing left for this / so i’m waiting for the rain / all these fish and stars and marble arches / dying breaths and hallelujahs / we are ruins, we are waiting for the rain / hands that mold my edges / ‘til i am not mine / soil is rich and better worth my while / found myself alone / standing in a ruin / hollowed out and opened up / with nothing left to lose / i’m going back to my mother to plant what remains / i’ve nothing left for this so i’m waiting for the rain / all these fish and stars and marble arches / dying breaths and hallelujahs / we are ruins, we are waiting for the rain

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from How Far, released October 6, 2015

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Undlin & Wolfe Minneapolis, Minnesota

How Far
10.06.2015

Undlin & Wolfe is an alternative folk group whose songs whistle straight through your down-jacket to shatter the northern-most corner of your heart before melting it completely.

Booking: undlinandwolfe at gmail dot com

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