Wrecking Ball

from by Walter Rose

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lyrics

"Wrecking Ball" by: Walter Rose


Been wasting my days caught behind the bars
I was never the man to save me from myself
Just a self proclaimed hitch hike sage
Forced confession torn page
And you eyes been looking to save me
But you’re not the first to call my name

I’m the wall and the wrecking ball
Tearing myself down
I’m the wall and the wrecking ball
Tearing myself down
'till you come around

It’s one more soul lost to the fold
drowning in the sound
this time only bleeds to forgive your past
so dance in the hills with your head to the stars
you never played a hand but you held the cards
It’s a tie that binds that's taking its toll
Can hear your name when that north wind blows

I’m the wall and the wrecking ball
Tearing myself down
I’m the wall and the wrecking ball
Tearing myself down
To the ground
Till you come around

credits

from Cast Your Stone, track released January 17, 2012
Walter Rose—Vocal
Butch Norton—Drums
David Sutton—Electric Bass
Doug Pettibone—Electric Guitar, Backing Vocals (solo)
Eric Heywood—Pedal Steel Guitar
Eric Liljestrand—Acoustic Guitars, Backing Vocals
Jessey Greene—Violin Section
Kristin Mooney—Backing Vocals

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Walter Rose California

Warmth is the feeling you’re hit with as soon as you’ve pressed play on the debut Walter Rose album.

American Songwriter Magazine wrote that Rose’s previous EP sounded “as if it could have been released in 1975.” This carries over to Cast Your Stone, not only in the closeness of Rose’s voice and confessional lyric style, but also in the overall sonic experience.
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