Into The Bone

by Stephen Simmons

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INTO THE BONE

I watch young lovers as they stroll through the park
Reminded of chances I once took with my heart long ago
Oh the few true love’s I’ve known
I sit on my perch and hurl these judgements down
Hide behind these walls so tall and strong on the edge of town
Made of hardened stone

Chorus:
And it’s working it’s way / Deeper than I’ve ever known
And it’s working it’s way / Into the bone

She wears her dresses like a lady should
Yet wastes soft kisses on a man that don’t know bad from good
Oh but one day she’ll know
Thorn cuts your thumb and it breaks your skin
C’mon now baby let it work now deeper in
It’s only flesh, it’s not like it’s solid bone

Chorus

Go easy on this soul I once prayed
But with these new callouses on my heart now I’m ready to play
Stitch me up and let’s go


Chorus



~Stephen Simmons / Shiny Geode Music / SESAC

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released August 2, 2016
Stephen Simmons: acoustic guitar, vocals
Molly Jewell: piano, harmony vocals
Recorded and mixed by Eric Fritsch at Eastwood Studios
Mastered by Alex McCollough at True East Mastering

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Stephen Simmons Nashville, Tennessee

Stephen Simmons was raised in the small town of Woodbury, Tennessee. As a songwriter and Ten years as a Road Dog, Stephen’s vision has grown to entail more than just reflections of rural America. Stephen’s records (which were compared to everyone from Johnny Cash to Ryan Adams) combine virtuosic songcraft and musicianship with unparalleled artistic honesty. ... more

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