Gale Song

by The Lumineers

The Lumineers are an American folk rock band based in Denver, Colorado. The core band consists of Wesley Schultz on guitar and lead vocals, Jeremiah Fraites on drums, percussion, mandolin and vocals, and Neyla Pekarek on cello, mandolin, piano, and vocals, with added musicians for tours. Their self…




It's a lonely road
Full of tired men
And you can see it in their faces
And you'll be home in spring
I can wait till then
I heard you're on a big train

And all this too shall pass
This loneliness won't last for long
I wasn't there to take his place
I was ten thousand miles away
So when you hear my voice
When you say my name
May it never give you pain

I don't wanna go
But it's time to leave
You'll be on my mind, my destiny

And I won't fight it in vain
I love you just the same
I couldn't know what's in your mind
But I saw the pictures, you're looking fine

And there was a time
When I stood in line for love, for love, for love
But I let you go, oh, I let you go

And he fell apart
With this broken heart
And this blood, this blood, this blood
Oh, it drains from my skin and dust

Written by: Jeremy Fraites, Neyla Michel Collins Pekarek, Wesley Schultz

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