• Artist: Nick Fuse
  • Title: Overdose
  • Genre: Folk
  • Mood: Down/Dark/Melancholic, Sentimental/Ballad
  • Speed: Slow (45-63)
  • Instruments: Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin)
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 4/8/2013
  • Lyric themes: Sadness Depression, Breaking Up Saying Goodbye, Broken-Hearted, Love Lost, Despair Misery, Overdose
  • Lyrics: OVERDOSE In the soft subtlety of summertime Walk in the woods, you held me close The feeling when you put your flesh on mine Gave me peace of mind Overdose Now in the harshness of the wintertime Your sister calls my name disdain Communications on telephone lines Not enough this time Not again Did he take his own life? There is no question Don’t blame yourself It’s not your fault It was predestined It was a game to him A game he’d never win The easy road the only answer Find yourself thinking of a nursery rhyme Tragedy takes another friend If only you could hold the hands of time Keep a thought in mind To the end
  • Keywords: simple, acoustic, Heartfelt, Organic

About Nick Fuse

Nick Fuse

San Francisco, CA United States

Genres: Folk
Nick Fuse

Nick Fuse entered this life as singer-songwriter for The Lubricunts, a New York area rock band that performed at CBGB's, My Father's Place, and the infamous Mudd Club in Manhattan, as well as Lubricunts’ Home Base at The Showplace in Dover, New Jersey.
When the Lubricunts demised, Rat Skates and D.D. Blaze formed Over Kill, Bill Vector went to Hollywood, and Nick Fuse emigrated to Northern Vermont where he studied music, writing, religion, sex, art ...

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