A Brand New World

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Say a word. My night grows long and dark with doubt. I’ll blame my thoughts on everything in this world except my mouth.

But I awoke to a brand new world, a brand new world. It was filled with a million pearls, a million pearls I’d never seen before. My wisest friend, show me all that I’ve ignored.

Do you think I bleed cause I won’t look past the roads and see the trees? My means, my tools; can the narcissist inside escape the fool?

But I awoke to a brand new world, a brand new world. It was filled with a million pearls, a million pearls I’d never seen before. My wisest friend, show me all that I’ve ignored.

Take me from the pessimist, he comes to plague my mind. Friend, this world, it feels so dark. Show me something worth the time. Save me from the cynic one, she stole my early eyes. Friend, this world, distracts me so... Give me something, give me something to last the night.

But I awoke to a brand new world, a brand new world. It was filled with a million pearls, a million pearls I’d never seen before. My wisest friend, show me all that I’ve ignored.

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from A Man, One Day, released December 15, 2015

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Hudson Freeman Springfield, Missouri

Hudson Freeman is a Singer-Songwriter originally from Dallas, Texas; now in Springfield, Missouri. His music has roots in alternative rock, indie-folk, and various other somewhat obscure sub-genres. Hudson spends most of his time playing in drop D on an acoustic guitar. That's legitimately all he spends his time doing. He's kind of lonely and pathetic, really. ... more

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