Well Wisher - Haze
How much do you remember about those summers we spent together? Because I don’t seem to be able to recall all the things I thought that I’d miss, your perfume and your sun kissed skin, turns out they meant nothing all along.
I was haunted by the emptiness that filled the hole you left, a grave I still can’t bring myself to visit yet. Though I won’t be losing sleep, I still refuse to regret, it took me so long to admit that we were dead; but we were dead.
You buried it in the back yard of a house that we built with our bare hands, where you said we’d grow old together. I felt safe there, I knew every crooked frame, every creaking stair, I could have stayed my whole life, but time was never a friend of mine.
I got so scared that I disappeared into my head for 8 lonely years, and it killed me but it hurt you too and I’m sorry, I’m sorry. But you weren’t there when I needed you most, I felt like I was a ghost of someone you used to love, but I was never enough to save us.
So tell me, is it serious between you and him? I hope to god he makes you happy, I hope I never hear your name again.
The home we made was never more than a house where we fucked and we ate but never fell in love, now you’re sleeping in the bed we made with somebody else, are you happy? Are you happy?
I got so scared that I disappeared into my head for 8 lonely years, and it killed me but it hurt you too and I’m sorry, I’m sorry.
from Haze (You Buried It)
track released May 18, 2014
Max Nicolai - Drums
Scott Edwards - Bass
Toby Evans - Guitar
Liam Torrance - Guitar
Tom Weaver - Vocals/Lyrics
Tim Vincent - Engineer
Gethin Pearson - Mix
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