Start Again

by Rose Boulevard

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Produced, Mixed and Mastered by Daniel Siper of Bad Dad Music Productions
All Songs written by Jack Linden
Photography by Brian Curry

Jack Linden - Vocals/Guitar
Jess Magdosko - Vocals
Jeff Linden - Banjo/Harmonica/Vocals
John Colaiacovo III - Piano/Organ
Griffin Ripley - Trumpet
Chris Dubrow - Bass
Pete Stern - Drums

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released June 3, 2016

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Rose Boulevard Asbury Park, New Jersey

Jack Linden
Jess Magdosko
Jeff Linden
Chris Dubrow
Pete Stern
John Colaiacovo III
Griffin Ripley

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Track Name: Work A Grave
I can work a double, I can work a grave
To see my little darling, I'ma do what it takes
Working so the man can shove it in my face
But I'ma see my darling, I'ma do what it takes

I can hear you laughing, I can see the stars
Play your favorite record while I'm slumming in the car
Go out on the town and shrug at every bar
Let's sing out on the porch so we can see the stars

I don't ask much, I just need your touch
I know we'll work this out, I know, I know
I'll never have no doubts, I won't, I won't

I can make the devil dance until he drops
I can steal some whiskey and hide it from the cops
I can make the magic man show us what he's got
So I can see your face and we can dance 'til we drop

I can make a liar travel to the court
Telling every tale, not try'na make it short
I just wanna see you, swear it to the Lord
I know I talk a lot but I'll try to make it short

I don't ask much, I just need your touch
I know we'll work this out, I know, I know
I'll never have no doubts, I won't, I won't

I can work a double, I can work a grave
To see my little darling, I'ma do what it takes
Working so the man can shove it in my face
But I'ma see my darling, I'ma do what it takes

I don't ask much, I just need your touch
I know we'll work this out, I know, I know
I'll never have no doubts, I won't, I won't
Track Name: When I Marry You
Hey love, in the middle of the night I called you yesterday
Hey love, I answered quickly 'cause I had something I had to say
Look now, we've been together for a couple years, we've had our fun
We're so far, I'm thinking that I wanna be with you when the day is done

And when I see that lonely setting sun
I'll hold you close and tell you you're the one
I'll never need to hide my grief or shame
And when I marry you I'm gonna take your name

Hey love, the leaves are falling and the chill is coming after us
But no one is gonna tell us that the heat is gone, I ain't had enough
Hey love, let's dream about the stars we'll see one day, we can name each one
We'll be kids 'cause that's the way I feel when I'm with you, ain't ever been this young

And when I see that lonely setting sun
I'll hold you close and tell you you're the one
I'll never need to hide my grief or shame
And when I marry you I'm gonna take your name

And in the morning I will tell you something
I'll stroke your hair and whisper in your ear
Once I thought I'd die without you, I felt like nothing
Now I think I'll see my golden years, see my golden years

And when I see that lonely setting sun
I'll hold you close and tell you you're the one
I'll never need to hide my grief or shame
And when I marry you I'm gonna take your name
Track Name: Good As Gold
You can throw your towel in with all the businessmen
But I will dress in rags and burn this town down with my friends
And I'll say hey-ay, I don't know where I will go but I know where I am

You can take your powdered wigs, your muskets and your coats
But guns don't make a difference with my cutlass at your throat
And I'll say hey-ay, I got a feeling good as gold from my head to my toes

And while we're still out on our ship, all smiling
We'll close our eyes and all say hey
Our wounded brothers out at sea still died and
I'll make the best of it all

You can stick to streets of gold and never miss a brick
But I will walk this broken plank and go down with my ship
And I'll say hey-ay, the salt in my wounds only tells me what I did was live

You can be the best of men and say you know the light
But I will be the honest one, say I don't know what's right
I'll just say hey-ay, we got a couple good years left so let's all join the fight

And while we're still out on our ship, all smiling
We'll close our eyes and all say hey
Our wounded brothers out at sea still died and
I'll make the best of it all
Track Name: This Kind Of Hurt
It don't cut like a knife, it don't burn, it don't sting
It just bides its time in the corner of the ring
And covers you up like a cloud does the sun
And whispers to you when you're next to no one

I've seen all of the light in your eyes turn to stone
It flickers back on when you know you're not alone
But no one can be at your side at all times
So please, my friend, won't you heed my advice

Don't despair, there's hope in your song and there's love everywhere
If you decide to leave, my friend, don't you dare do it tonight

It don't give you new wounds, it just opens some up
And tempts you to pour whiskey into your cup
You know in the end it'll make you feel worse
But the future don't matter when you feel this kind of hurt

Don't despair, there's hope in your song and there's love everywhere
If you decide to leave, my friend, don't you dare do it tonight

I can help you out some but it's time that you choose
If battles are something you'll fight or you'll lose
I know that it's hard 'cause I've been there before
After all, you're just some glass on a door

Don't despair, there's hope in your song and there's love everywhere
If you decide to leave, my friend, don't you dare do it tonight
Track Name: Start Again
Daddy said, "Girl, remember that our colors all shine through
Ours are mostly red and white and his are black and blue
We've all got things to fall apart, one day we come unglued
Let this be a lesson to you"

Mama said, "Son, remember that all young boys make mistakes
There's men with hearts as black as tar, I've seen yours and it ain't
Ain't never been a man who knows his way right from the start
Just listen to your heart"

I will try to start again with my band of roughened friends
Telling me that there's no end
I will try to start again

Mama said, "Son, there ain't much that a boy like you just needs
You've got a mind to work it out when your red heart does bleed
Your strength will always pull you through as long as you stay true
To the things that brought you here"

Daddy said, "Girl, I know you love that outlaw more than I
You've been through thick, you've been through thin
You've laughed and damn sure cried
I know I can't convince you but forgive me as I try
Sometimes love is goodbye"

I will try to start again with my band of roughened friends
Telling me that there's no end
I will try to start again