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Hungry Wolves

from Men Who Share My Name by Hip Hatchet

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Come down to the house
where I sleep and die
come down where the hungry wolves
try to satisfy their wives

Reach their throats up to the sky
and ask the heavens why
our words are meaningless
without a man up in the sky

I found love in the hills of my youth
her winter had just ended and her hands were cold
put them in my beard as i push my mouth to yours
tell me that you love me, tell me I look old

The man that i have learned to live
has not been seen in days
a shaven lonely drunken fool
stands there in his place
with his arms around his neck
he will sit and cry
staring at his broken shoes
tears falling on his thighs

Come down to the valley
the place where i was born
man, i don't believe
in no miracles no more
If my chest was to cave in
would you kiss me 'till i died
take pennies from your pockets
and put them in my eyes.

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from Men Who Share My Name, released August 15, 2011

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Hip Hatchet Nashville, Tennessee

With a voice that can meander from a whispering purr to a hardened howl, Hip Hatchet lusters the poetics of travel. Threading bold and unique guitar picking patterns with the strings of experience Hip Hatchet, the songwriting moniker of Philippe Bronchtein, is the beautiful resolution of a life lived in motion. ... more

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