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I Spoke Too Soon

from The Downtowner by Joseph Huber

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Was I wrong to let your light come through my window?
Have a grown too tired for a love brand new?
Was I wrong or right in letting you know?
Is it too late for us now 'cause I spoke too soon?

Well, I passed out cold and I woke up dreaming,
And mistook your face for the light of day.
I lost everything that I'd saved,
But what does love care about it anyway.
No, it just couldn't wait....

Was I wrong to let your light come through my window?
Have a grown too tired for a love brand new?
Was I wrong or right in letting you know?
Is it too late for us now 'cause I spoke too soon?

Don't you leave me here just reeling.
Won't you stay just for the night.
Don't leave forever just tingling in my hands.
'Cause I knew what you were feeling.
Will it still be here when the light comes pouring down
On you and I tomorrow.
Oh, tomorrow be damned.

Was I wrong to let your light come through my window?
Have a grown too tired for a love brand new?
Was I wrong or right in letting you know?
Is it too late for us now 'cause I spoke too soon?

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from The Downtowner, released May 12, 2022

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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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