Hurt and Heal

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Why must we hurt and then heal
Does having loss have appeal
For to be gone with all that diggin deep
Could run you down too narrow a street, surely...

Why must we hurt and then heal
Tell me is it wrong to learn how we feel
For to be gone with all that diggin deep
Could run you down too narrow a street, surely...

And haste is a wicked test of fate
For crying out loud
You can't make all those rainy days
Your cloak and shroud
Surely....

Why must we hurt and then heal
We can all be fake, we can all be real
For to be gone with all that diggin deep
Could run you down too narrow a street Surely...

Why must we hurt and then heal...

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from This Land, released June 16, 2017
Nicholas Williams - Guitars, Vocals
JP Salvat - Percussion
Adam Mantovani - Upright Bass
Alex Hayward - Drums

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Whetherman Jacksonville, Florida

Take one seasoned, bucolic folk artist and mix him with the easy-listening likes of Ray Lamontagne, crossed with all the poetic feels of Bob Dylan’s early recordings. Enter Whetherman, the music of 32 year-old independent troubadour Nicholas Williams, who has self-produced eight full-length albums of soulful folk music, with a highly anticipated new record 'This Land releasing in June of 2017.' ... more

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