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The Endless Escape

from The Endless Escape by Death and a Cure

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The Endless Escape

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There's a heart bursting at the seams
Hidden for reasons like
You never lift a finger to please
My need for somebody else
Maybe I'll just raise reckless hands and let you win
Only reckless hands could let you in

We had it all
The emptiness was flawless
But not enough to be honest
Or to attack the importance of putting it on

Cheat the heart of fear and faith
It's the only way to end the endless escape
After all the imminent and the possible heart ache
I'll do it over again

I was bored
Idle hands in the pocket
Reality hit the conscience
Maybe I needed something to happen

(So I)

Cheat the heart of fear and faith
It's the only way to end the endless escape
After all the imminent and the possible heart ache
I'll do it over again

My soul suffers without you here right now
I can't forget or fake it out
Your touch can force the hand of fate
In the endless escape

Cheat the heart of fear and faith
It's the only way to end the endless escape
After all the imminent and the possible heart ache
I'll do it over again

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from The Endless Escape, track released July 6, 2011
Written by Ben Blondel
Produced by Ben Blondel & Chad Blondel
Recorded and mixed by Chad Blondel at Chad Blondel Productions
Mastered by Don Bartley at Benchmark Studios

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Death and a Cure Perth, Australia

Death and a Cure is an Australian indie-rock folk act performed by singer-songwriter Ben Blondel. Since the project began in 2008, Ben has drawn on an eclectic range of influences such as Sufjan Stevens, Noah and the Whale, Dallas Green, Damien Rice, Angus Stone and Bright Eyes. Always aspiring to create the music he loves.

For booking and enquiries contact:
deathandacure@gmail.com
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