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lyrics

It hung in your closet - a green and black lumberjack shirt.
I asked "Can I have it?" You said "Of course."
Belonged to your brother before it was yours,
and just like that blanket, it kept me so warm
on all of those nights when I was far from home.

Darlin', you left me nothin' that smells of your skin.
Your hair fell in locks to my sheets,
my summertime queen.

I ache for you most in the evening,
when you'd sit with.
We'd listen to sad country music,
and you'd sing to me.

I went by your house last week.
Don't know what I expected to see,
but you sat in the window, reading a book
with a glass of red wine, and him by your side.
He leaned in to kiss you the way that I did for so many years.

Darlin', you left me nothin' that smells of your skin.
Your hair fell in locks to my sheets,
my summertime queen.

I ache for you most in the evening,
when you'd sit with.
We'd listen to sad country music.

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from The Devil You Know, released November 20, 2015

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John Vournakis Atlanta, Georgia

Born in Connecticut, raised in Georgia, and edified in Michigan, John Vournakis writes songs in the American tradition that wander toward a ground he can call his own.

With lyrics and melodies equal parts nostalgic and haunted, Vournakis questions what it means to be a good man in America today.
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