What Happened to You

by The Unknown Woodsmen

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lyrics

Since you went away,
many things have changed.
I see them everyday,
it's like you're, wilting away.
There's emptiness behind your eyes now;
But before you went away they
were lighting up my day, along with your smile;
And your smile, well it's like a
dying violet now;
But before you went away
It was blooming everyday...

What happened to you now?
Did you lose the spark?
Did your, fire burn,
Burn out into the dark, oh.
What happened to you now?
You're huddled in the cold and the dark;
come close to me oh-oh-oh,
come close to me oh-oh-oh.

You started on the road;
The sun was shining gold.
There was magic in the day;
You never thought it'd fade away...
Oh yea but your shadows,
they're growing longer now.
And you put down the magic,
for the ox and plow.
And now you plow the fields,
and you wipe the sweat from your brow.
Oh what happened,
what happened to you now...

What happened to you now?
Did you lose the spark?
Did your, fire burn,
Burn out into the dark, oh.
What happened to you now?
You're huddled in the cold and the dark;
come close to me oh-oh-oh,
come close to me oh-oh-oh.

credits

released 10 June 2014
Phil Muka - Guitar / Lead Vocals
Casey King - Guitar / Backup Vocals
Pete Dawes - Bass
Josh Tracy - Drums

Recorded at Studio Zoot in Cortland, NY.

Produced and Mixed by Alex Caminiti.

Special thanks to:

Bailey Saulsbury for the track photo.

Alex Caminiti - owner of Studio Zoot.

Molly Reagan-Andrejko, Ted Andrejko, Christina Starmer, Debbie King, Alex Starmer, Cheryl Muka, Chris Merkley - for their in-studio backup vocals.

Aaron Fumarola - for various percussion tracks.

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The Unknown Woodsmen Cortland, New York

Inspired by the sounds of Reggae, Blues, Funk, and Pop, The Unknown Woodsmen push the boundary of rock music, while comfortably wading in it's midst. Soaring guitar solos in many of the tunes harken back to the golden days of Rock, while thoughtfully written lyrics and infectious hooks leave an impression - BUT, as with many other delicate perceptions...only for those who are truly listening. ... more

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