• Artist: Patrick Coman
  • Title: Sticks and Stems
  • Genre: Country - Alternative, Pop - Adult Contemporary
  • Mood: Down/Dark/Melancholic
  • Speed: Slow (45-63)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 10/18/2011
  • Lyric themes: Moving On Change Letting Go, Being High Stoned, Struggle Hardship
  • Lyrics: It was a sticks and stems kind of summer But we never got tired of having nothing We'd scrape a few dollars and some papers together And drive out to the country And the sun seemed so warm on my face Back when thoughts of leaving this place Seemed so far away When we heard that high lonesome sound And we never turned back around With the pain so fresh on our tongues That's the beauty of being young It was a shifting through the wreckage kind of summer Scraping through the bottom of the burnout Crawling back through the aftermath Trying to climb out But I was flying high when I met you I had a head full of radio static That your signal sliced through When we heard that high lonesome sound And we never turned back around With the pain so fresh on our tongues Oh Lord, to be young Oh Lord, to be young We heard that high lonesome sound And we never turned back around We're still hanging on But those days are gone When we heard that high lonesome sound And we never turned back around With the pain so fresh on our tongues Oh Lord, to be young Oh Lord, to be young Oh Lord, to be young Oh Lord, to be young It was a sticks and stems kind of summer But nothing good lasts forever The leaves started changing colors And we were mostly still calling each other
  • Keywords: sad, Bass, Guitar, Organic

About Patrick Coman

Patrick Coman

Brighton, MA United States

Patrick Coman & The Lo-Fi Angels play the soundtrack for Saturday night sinning and Sunday morning redemption. Merging the rootsy barroom shuffle of Coman’s Oklahoma birthplace with the poetic intensity of traditional New England folk, this unique quintet has steadily become a force for the growing Americana scene in Coman’s adopted hometown of Boston and beyond.
“One of our most beloved roots stalwarts”-Boston Band Crush
“Might have just become one of our favorites” -Dig Boston

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