Tired Old Sin

by The Blessed Broke

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Well I’m gonna go all out tonight I’m going all in I’m gonna hand what’s left of me To that tired old sin Oh my tired old sin Aren’t you cold in the night my love Can’t you feel no more pain Can your lips still form the word Of my tired old name Oh my tired old name I wrote a song for you I thought that anyone could sing I know you can’t hold its time Or form it’s melody My old sin sings high and free My old sin sings high and free Don’t you pretend to forgive me Or try to understand We died a long time ago And old sin holds my hand Old sin holds my hand So here I stand where I started from All rise and fall Can’t you hear that voice that cries Old sin throws its call Old sin throws its call I wrote a song for you I thought that anyone could sing I know you can’t hold its time Or form its melody My old sin sings high and free My old sin sings high and free
2.
Well I’m gonna go all out tonight I’m going all in I’m gonna hand what’s left of me To that tired old sin Oh my tired old sin Aren’t you cold in the night my love Can’t you feel no more pain Can your lips still form the word Of my tired old name Oh my tired old name I wrote a song for you I thought that anyone could sing I know you can’t hold its time Or form it’s melody My old sin sings high and free My old sin sings high and free Don’t you pretend to forgive me Or try to understand We died a long time ago And old sin holds my hand Old sin holds my hand So here I stand where I started from All rise and fall Can’t you hear that voice that cries Old sin throws its call Old sin throws its call I wrote a song for you I thought that anyone could sing I know you can’t hold its time Or form its melody My old sin sings high and free My old sin sings high and free

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Tired Old Sin was recorded and originally released as a full band arrangement as part of The Blessed Broke album Ladders Out of Purgatory. Here it is presented as it was recorded during the solo sessions for that same record. This free download also includes the full band version as it appears on Ladders Out of Purgatory which is available as a download and vinyl record.

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released February 17, 2015

Guitar and vocal - Brian Frame

Recorded and produced by Jonathan Kraft

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