Ray LaMontagne


writers: Ray Lamontagne
album: Track 2 in album Till the Sun Turns Black
release date: 2006-8-29
popularity : 16 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock Folk, World, & Country
styles: Folk Rock/Acoustic/Soul
length: 5:18

Album Information

label: RCA
country(area): United States
format: CD
barcode: 828768332825
script: Latin

Cover Art

Ray LaMontagne Till the Sun Turns Black cover art


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She lifts her skirt up to her knees
With her bare feet laughing
I never learned to count my blessings
In my disasters
I walk on down the hill
And brown and still
To let go of my pain
On past the busted back
That sinks into this field

So empty

These cold and damp white mornings

Dime store lips
Would no one hear me?
Lay your blouse across the chair
From your hair
With that country mouth

On the leaves
They're applauding us
We've made
Will it always feel this way
So estranged?
well I looked my demons in the eyes
Said do your best

So many times
You kinda bore me
there's a lot of things
There's a lot of ways
Yes, and some already did

I don't understand
It's the hurt I hide that fuels

So empty


Track Listing

CD 1
  • 1 Be Here Now
  • 2 Empty
  • 3 Barfly
  • 4 Three More Days
  • 5 Can I Stay
  • 6 You Can Bring Me Flowers
  • 7 Gone Away From Me
  • 8 Lesson Learned
  • 9 Truly, Madly, Deeply
  • 10 Till the Sun Turns Black
  • 11 Within You