Far Enough II: Detour

by Cash Wilson

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00:30
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02:56
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02:50
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03:57
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03:44
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I'm lucky enough to have some insanely talented friends who were kind enough to help shape this second installment in a meditation on dreams and their echoes in the waking world. Their actions only underscore the fact that, sometimes, there are valid reasons to take a step back and live in the present for a moment. Tomorrow can wait. With that in mind, I'd like to thank my brother Dejan Berec, Rick Korte, and Paul Wood as well as the ever-lovely on every level Ms. Dori Norman for gracing this project with their herculean efforts and support. This couldn't have happened without any of you.

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released September 2, 2011

Produced by Dejan Berec and Cash Wilson
All songs written and performed by Cash Wilson
*Dori Norman - Vocals on Tracks 1 and 5, Piano on Track 5
*Dejan Berec - Drums on Track 4
*Rick Korte - Guitar on Track 11
Cover Design by Cash Wilson and Dejan Berec

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Track Name: No (feat. Dori Norman)
Honestly, I don’t miss you
Even when I see your picture hanging down the hall It’s a shame; a sick twist of fate
That I’ve got to say this at all
It’s funny what some people say they can’t live without Wait until I leave the room then ask my friends about Do I ever mention them?
I wish you’d ask me to my face
So I could say

No, you don’t cross my mind the way it seems I do yours
And, no, I don’t cruise down memory lane in my free time anymore If I’m lying, then I’m dying inside a little bit each day
Just surviving is my own special way of saying
No

Honestly, I don’t miss you
Especially when I see your picture hanging down the hall It’s a shame a sick twist of fate
That I’ve got to say this at all
It’s funny what some people say that they don’t miss Then look away just slow enough
That it’s obvious
Do I ever reminisce?
I wish you’d ask me to my face
So I could say

No, you don’t cross my mind the way it seems I do yours
And, no, I don’t cruise down memory lane in my free time anymore If I’m lying, then I’m dying inside a little bit each day
Just surviving is my own special way of saying
No

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