Who Sang The Hurry and the Harm? City and Colour

City and Colour The Hurry and the Harm cover art
Credits
publisher: ©Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
writers: Dallas Green
release date: 2013-6-4
genres: Rock
styles: Indie Rock/Acoustic
length: 4:24
producer: Alex Newport
mixer: Alex Newport
engineer: Alex Newport
drums (drum set): Matt Chamberlain
assistant mixer: Alex Prieto
assistant recording engineer: Lowell Reynolds
Everyone wants everything.
No matter the cost, we’re longing to live in a dream.
But we can’t let go to all that we think we know -
This great escape until we give up the ghost.

But why are we so worried more about the hurry
And less about the harm?

Always trying to conquer
That which does not offer
Anything more than a broken heart.

Oh, what a cost for love.

I only want oh, simple things -
Mourning the lost and what could have been.

When did I let go to all that I used to know?
This grave mistake has left the absence of hope.

And why are we so worried more about the hurry
And less about the harm?

Always trying to conquer
That which does not offer
Anything more than a broken heart.

Oh, what a cost for love.
Oh, what a cost for love -
A cost for love.

I’m going back to the start;
I’m going back to the start.



Tracklist
Digital Media 1
  • 1 The Hurry and the Harm
  • 2 Harder Than Stone
  • 3 Of Space and Time
  • 4 The Lonely Life
  • 5 Paradise
  • 6 Commentators
  • 7 Thirst
  • 8 Two Coins
  • 9 Take Care
  • 10 Ladies and Gentlemen
  • 11 The Golden State
  • 12 Death’s Song
  • 13 The Way It Used to Be
  • 14 Of Space and Time (acoustic)
  • 15 Harder Than Stone (acoustic)

  • Album Information
    label: Dine Alone Records
    country(area): Canada
    format: Digital Media
    script: Latin