You're Still Here

by June Star

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The release on Future Oak Records. There is a 7" vinyl edition of "You're Still Here" and "Almost Home." It is limited... so enjoy this expanded version of the single.

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released March 18, 2016

Andrew Grimm: words, guitars, bass, harmonica, percussion, drum programming
Andy Bopp: bass
Dave Hadley: pedal steel
Kurt Celtnieks: drums, percussion

Recorded at: East of Eden
Produced by: Andrew Grimm
Mixed by: J Robbins at Magpie Cage
Mastered by: Dan Coutant at Sun Room Audio
Artwork by: Katie Ford

All songs copyright: Andrew Grimm 2016

Thank you to Fredrick Arnold for believing in us.

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June Star Baltimore, Maryland

June Star started up in 1998. "Slow Dance," their seventh studio release suggests that they will continue to be a wonderful, original band. Please enjoy.

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Track Name: You're Still Here
so, you slipped on over that magic line
left the pain and the shadows way behind
I hear your name and you are near
you ain't gone if you're still here

now and then I'm gonna fall apart
yeah, lose my way, stumble in the dark
I feel your eyes looking at me
showing me where I ought to be

I won't count the days until we meet again
you know they call it faith when you know how it ends
I can say your name to bring you near
you ain't gone if you're still here

you ain't gone if you're still here
Track Name: Almost Home
pulling on the weight, the weight of your clothes
whisperin' in your ear, "you're almost home"
keep your lock step, your straight and beating heart
I know your savior by the marks on your arm

before you go, you wanna know you lived
everyone's calling you "the Comeback Kid"
never mind the rain or clothes that don't fit
a pocket full of change and a lit cigarette

turn around, I want to see you

last time I checked, last time I was told
you were growing up and I was getting old
"happy" is a word we used to say
everything rusts when it's left in the rain

buried deep down underneath your feet
I'm waiting there wearing your ring
and pulling on the weight, the weight of your clothes
whisper in your ear, "you're almost home"

keep your lock step, straight and beating heart
I know your savior by the marks on your arm
before you go, you wanna know you lived
an everyone is calling, "Come back kid!"

turn around, I wanna see you
turn around
I wanna see you