Thunder and Rain (Single)

by Beth Bombara

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From the upcoming Self-Titled album, Beth Bombara, available June 23.

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Silhouette in my rearview, watch it fading slow and true
Searching for northwestern sky, thirty days and longer nights
Your eyes are turning red, sleepless nights inside your head
Time don't stop for breaking hearts or when we're a thousand miles apart

We'll just keep on walking through the thunder and the rain
Lonely roads stretch between us but it hasn't changed a thing
I still want you next to me

My body's working overtime, revive my heart and still my mind
Clinging to a photograph in an empty room, it brings you back
I'd touch those calloused hands, you're traveling through distant lands
Some winds blow straight and some winds turn
Light my candle and let it burn

We roam together
You unwind the strain I've felt
I know you better
Some days better than myself

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released April 28, 2015
Performed by
Beth Bombara: acoustic guitar, vocals
Kit Hamon: upright bass
JJ Hamon: lap steel, tenor and soprano trombones
Karl Eggers: banjo, background vocals
Corey Woodruff: drums and percussion

Tracked Live at Jettison Studios with Dan Mehrmann
Mixed by Dan Mehrmann
Mastered by Brad Sarno
Arranged by Beth Bombara, Kit Hamon, JJ Hamon and Karl Eggers

Produced by Kit Hamon and Dan Mehrmann

Executive Producer: Craig Kennedy
All Photos by Nate Burrell, beforetheblink.com Written by Beth Bombara and Kit Hamon
© 2015 All The Right Pills (ASCAP)

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Beth Bombara St Louis, Missouri

Beth Bombara has a folk singer’s head and a rocker’s heart.
Drawing inspiration from the melodies and lyrics of Neko Case and Aimee Mann, along with the hooks and harmonies George Harrison and Tom Petty, she has toured nationally as a headliner and supported shows for Pokey LaFarge, Waxahatchee, and Madisen Ward & the Mama Bear. ... more

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