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I have a bad habit of falling every time I see something beautiful. I guess I shouldn’t assume they’re perfect, but it’s such a nice thing to think. - David


Stranger, you’re perfect
As far as I can tell
Would you like to go somewhere
to forget how life can hurt like hell

Let’s save the introductions
‘Cause the sun is already heading west
We’re too young to feel helpless
This might be the last chance we get

We’ll run, run away
Drive until daybreak, yea we’ll get out of this place
Life’s a hard road with no one to blame
But we’ll pick up the pieces we’ve lost along the way

We’ll live along a river
With a valley to ourselves
We’ll build a world for dreamers
Just like God once tried himself

Stranger, I need you with me
And I don’t even know your name
Let’s not tell our stories
There’s no need, ‘cause life hurts the same


from A girl, almost​.​.​., released April 28, 2005
Written by David Cecil
© 2003 Butterfly Sketches Publishing (ASCAP)


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far beyond frail Kansas City

far beyond frail is a songwriting duo composed of Sharlynn Verner and David Cecil. Formed in 2002 while studying music on Martha’s Vineyard, a small island off the coast of Cape Cod, they combine edgy love songs with stunning female vocals to create music that ranges from breathy and playful to moody and daring. ... more

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