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Sons of the East — You Might Think
Album: Palomar Parade
Avg rating:
7.2

Your rating:
Total ratings: 1400









Released: 2022
Length: 4:25
Plays (last 30 days): 10
Gotta leave another town
Why you come and go so fast
Like the twinkle in my eye
I guess I'm coming round at last

Watch you go and hold my breath
Moon so bright I think I'll die
I was saving all my love
What you gonna put me through

Where do we begin
I just wanna hold ya
Maybe you might think
I never cared at all

Shiver in my bed
Down my body, head to toe
Tryna find the words to speak
And I don't wanna know

Why you putting out my fire
Pushing embers in my eyes
Now the light is fading low
Wishing I was wrong

Where do we begin
I just wanna hold ya
And maybe you might think
I never cared at all

Can we go back to the start?
Maybe it's all over
And you might think
There's nothing there at all

Where do we begin
I just wanna hold ya
And maybe you might think
I never cared at all

Can we go back to the start
Maybe it's all over
And maybe you might think
There's nothing there at all
Comments (35)add comment
 tgrier wrote:

That harmonica - it grabs my attention. I love this song.  All of it. 



...and you posted basically the same thing two months, we get it, you like the harmonica.
Reminds me of the always wonderful Nils Lofgren.
Still figuring out what I think!
Go you Aussie good things
Also - this WAR ON DRUGS thing... Please... WAR ON DRUGS - SNOOZE ville .. these guys are way above that... 
That harmonica - it grabs my attention. I love this song.  All of it. 
generic...Indie pop...la...la...laaaa...
   Nice.   
Bumping up to a 9 - That opening harmonica gives me the chills. 
 lizardking wrote:

An Australian "The War on Drugs"?  I like it from the start, with a nice chilled out groove; calling it a 7 for now; LLRP!!



Probably why I like them. Great sound
 StratoHari wrote:

Sons of The War on Drugs



With Bob Dylan channeling Mark Knopfler in a good mood...
 lizardking wrote:

An Australian "The War on Drugs"?  I like it from the start, with a nice chilled out groove; calling it a 7 for now; LLRP!!



Apparently they share the same drum machine.
Love the music and the lyrics! So relatable, even right now! 
Paul Kelly much
Sons of The War on Drugs
This one keeps going higher for me every time I hear it… I love the vocals and the soft guitars - very cool depth and effects.
all these comparisons - lovely community - let’s let these artists stand up in their own right. this one starts at an 8 for me. good stuff
I love his voice. And the lyrics are beautiful.
 lizardking wrote:

An Australian "The War on Drugs"?  I like it from the start, with a nice chilled out groove; calling it a 7 for now; LLRP!!



nice comparison lizardking....listening more closely now!
Bumping to an 8 

Good voice and tone.  Evocative? 
At first I thought it was a new piece from Bob Dylan.
 garydgould wrote:

Definite War on Drugs vibe, I like it a lot



Ditto. I thought I was listening to War on Drugs when I first heard this.
Definite War on Drugs vibe, I like it a lot
Sounds like a spinoff of Rainbow Kitten Surprise. Bizzare but their singer changed gender in the middle of their touring.
I like this song quite a lot... so a rating of 7 (Quite likeable) seems appropriate.
 Solanus wrote:


I think it sounds like The War On Drugs as if Nathaniel Rateliff was fronting them.

Believe it or not, this is what I came here to say! Gotta love the RP comments.

WOD and a little Dylanesque  and with harmonica. 
 Solanus wrote:


I think it sounds like The War On Drugs as if Nathaniel Rateliff was fronting them.


Agree wholeheartedly 
not bad...
A wee bit derivative, but just the right amount of gravel and swing....nice one...
 Ipse_Dixit wrote:


I too thought it was The War on Drugs. 
Pretty good song.


Except this vocal doesn't sound like the man is about to vomit
 lizardking wrote:

An Australian "The War on Drugs"?  I like it from the start, with a nice chilled out groove; calling it a 7 for now; LLRP!!



I think it sounds like The War On Drugs as if Nathaniel Rateliff was fronting them.
Bears of Legend came to my mind, but it's cool. Me likey.
 lizardking wrote:

An Australian "The War on Drugs"?  I like it from the start, with a nice chilled out groove; calling it a 7 for now; LLRP!!



I too thought it was The War on Drugs. 
Pretty good song.
An Australian "The War on Drugs"?  I like it from the start, with a nice chilled out groove; calling it a 7 for now; LLRP!!