*A Little Bit Like Walking Away (Bonus Track)

from by Joseph Huber

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I wish they made a trash can big enough to fit today in,
I just went and said one of those damn things that I say
That she said I can go to right to hell for saying,
I stopped myself short of saying we both could use a vacation,
Seeing how it is we can't even barely afford
This little old run down house where we've been staying.

Well you asked me where we stood, what I was thinking,
Where do we go from here, honey, are we even okay?
Well, there's something bout staring right at a mountain
That leaves a man with not much to say,

She said you call that love, hell, I'll call a grave a nice bit of shade,
It looks a little bit more like walking away.
You always walk just a little ahead of me, I know your legs are longer;
A little stronger, but I can't help but think anyway,
It looks a little bit more like walking away.

I didn't dare look at the letters I got in the mail today,
I just threw 'em over on that growing stack of unopened bills
That I ain't got no way to pay.
She said, "How the hell can two grown people
Go on any longer living this way?"
I said, "I don't know how we do it,
But I'll be sure to look into it and get back to you right away,

And when I get to the bottom of it, maybe there I'll stay.
Don't that sound a little bit like walking away.
Sometimes you pay outta your pocket, sometimes you pay outta heart,
One's just cold, but the other one's just a little too hard for me to do today.
I feel a little bit more like walking away.

In the end don't worry babe, it just one of those days
Of what I need to do, but you know I'm always right here with you to stay.
Sometimes it feels just a little bit like walking away.


from The Suffering Stage, released April 21, 2017



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Joseph Huber Milwaukee, Wisconsin

After 7 years of hard touring and playing banjo with the influential streetgrass group, .357 String Band, Joseph Huber has found an individual voice that covers a vast range of influence. Playing all the instruments, from fiddle to harmonica to banjo to tambourine (and as many as he can at once) he amazes and entertains, but also reveals substance. His songs are lyrical, but he knows a good hook. ... more


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