Wishes

by Hunt for Hunter

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She’s been working here for years, took the job to pay the rent
Still calls herself an actress, she just hasn’t made it yet
It’s a normal day at work, when suddenly she gets the call
It’s the role she’s always wanted, but instead she stammers, stalls and says:

“No, no, I’m not the one you’re looking for
No, no, I don’t want this anymore
No, no” she can’t believe her words as she
Says goodbye, to the truth she lived to lie

He’s been waiting patiently through the years to make his move
She’s a special girl and he knows he’s got a lot to prove
After yet another breakup, she finally turns to him
And the guy who’d always been there pulls away from her saying

He lived to lie…

It’s a funny thing when dreams we’ve held for so long become real
When the things that we’ve been chasing turn and hand us the wheel
Is this really what you wanted? Is this really what you need?
Or will you find when offered your deepest wishes you’ll say:

“No, no, I’m not the one you’re looking for
No, no, I don’t want this anymore
No, no” yeah you may change your mind
And say goodbye to the truth you lived to lie

credits

released February 23, 2016
Mixed/Mastered by Steven Goldman @Four Legs Records
Hunt for Hunter is:
Michael Hunter - Violin, Vocals, Guitar
Ian Hunt - Cajon, Vocals, Guitar

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Hunt for Hunter Brooklyn, New York

Hunt for Hunter is a folk-rock duo, comprised of Michael Hunter on violin, guitar and vocals and Ian Hunt on cajon, guitar and vocals. A typical performance will find Hunter singing and playing violin while Hunt plays cajon with his feet and guitar simultaneously. It's an unusual setup, but one that allows for a full, organic sound that perfectly suits their blues/folk-oriented style. ... more

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