Scarecrow

by Farewell Flight

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released August 11, 2014

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Farewell Flight Nashville, Tennessee

Born in the farmlands of Pennsylvania, teeth cut on the asphalt of the American open highway, and now coming of age in Nashville, TN. Farewell Flight is a guitar and synth driven rock band with instantly nostalgic sing-a-long melodies. With a track already featured in a CITGO TV ad and CW's "Hart of Dixie", the band proudly just released its newest gem, "I Was A Ghost", featuring "Scarecrow. ... more

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Track Name: Scarecrow (Album Version)
Cut me down
from these roof beams
I’ve been swinging like a scarecrow
I’ve been living in a bad dream

Forgive my name
Forget my sins
Remember dancing in the stairwell?
Remember getting high in brooklyn?

I’m not completely naive
I knew that it was the end
I heard you crying on the back porch
I heard you’re marrying your boyfriend

You feel like heaven then hell
and sometimes nothing at all
But honestly, I’m at my happiest
When you’re not in my thoughts

Remember when
You were mine?
I was twenty, you were nineteen
We were mapping out our whole lives

Should I have married you then?
Have you forgotten my name?
And tell me, baby, have all the lips you kissed since mine
tasted or felt the same?
Track Name: Scarecrow (Acoustic Version)
Cut me down
from these roof beams
I’ve been swinging like a scarecrow
I’ve been living in a bad dream

Forgive my name
Forget my sins
Remember dancing in the stairwell?
Remember getting high in brooklyn?

I’m not completely naive
I knew that it was the end
I heard you crying on the back porch
I heard you’re marrying your boyfriend

You feel like heaven then hell
and sometimes nothing at all
But honestly, I’m at my happiest
When you’re not in my thoughts

Remember when
You were mine?
I was twenty, you were nineteen
We were mapping out our whole lives

Should I have married you then?
Have you forgotten my name?
And tell me, baby, have all the lips you kissed since mine
tasted or felt the same?