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lyrics

My sister, she once told me:
“Don’t go walking in the rain.”
I didn’t get it then, but now I know
it’s so I wouldn’t float away.

A man I loved once dared me
to drink from that dirty river.
I feel like I’ve been stuck since then
and I’ll never make it back there.

So I sold my love in bunches
and I let it slide away,
I gnashed my teeth to try to make you stay.
I never liked the people we were then –
I betrayed my friends, you were digging an early grave.

The person that you’ve always been,
you are simple and you are small.
You never loved me at all.

The things I need to bring me peace,
they are simple and they are small.
I’m not asking for it all.

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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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