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This song is the third single from the docu-pop podcast series The Band That Never Was, a memoir of a failed band packed with humor, stories, and lessons learned.

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(copyright 2012 Jeff Simms, Michael Montgomery & the matthew show)

Just be comfortable in today’s clothes
Don’t lose sight of that grin
Sometimes the days seem so long and lonesome
Sometimes they're a little grim

Remember that love you create inside
Where all your passions like to run and hide
Let it carry. Let it carry you through
Those grey days that seem to sneak up on you

CHORUS:
And when the night comes, you’ll remember the day
And when all is said and done, you’re still the same

No one knows what it means anymore
Or what good it will do
Just staring down at the mileage logs
Next to a picture of you

I found something, and you did, too
It hit the air and then died
Wrapped its bones in this letter today
Hoping you would know what it should say

(CHORUS)

credits

from The Band That Never Was SINGLES (6 songs thus far), track released March 15, 2011
Written by Jeff Simms, Michael Montgomery, and the matthew show

matthew - vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards
Jeff Simms - drums
Nancy Giammarco - backing vocals
Ed Rogers - backing vocals

Produced and engineered by the matthew show at Rotary Eleven Studio
Mastered by Dean Hall

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the matthew show Fort Worth, Texas

the matthew show's songs are acclaimed widely, as is his podcast series The Band That Never Was, a merging of story and song. He has been featured on NPR & PBS. He served as reader and composer for the Bonneville Stories audiobook by Mark Doyon, and co-produced Beth Brown's debut album I'm Not Matthew. He is also half of Ah Pook the Destroyer. ... more

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