Like a Glove - Live at Rubber Tracks

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Produced by Jeff Campbell & Bryan Pugh
Engineered by Bryan Pugh
Jeff - vocals/guitar
Rick Munoz - drums
Andrew Lion - bass
Max Delaney - guitar
Anthony Marchese - keys/vocals
Megan Slankard - voicals

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You'll concede. Say, "honestly.
This could be the death of me".
But I've seen. And so I believe.
It won't mean the end of things.

Fall in love. Fall apart.
It won't end how it starts.
Fits like a glove around your heart.

And then you start to wonder if it really matters
But you know it never really did at all.
And then you're picking up the pieces from the shatter
And you're moving on.

Say you wait Another day
And then a week gets away.
You won't change a single thing
Because what's the use, anyway?

Fall in love. Fall apart.
It won't end how it starts.
Fits like a glove around your heart.
Until it don't.

And then you start to wonder if it really matters
But you know it never really did at all.
And then you're picking up the pieces from the shatter
And you're moving on.

What a shame. Nowhere to place all your precious blame
You need a face and a name But if it's all the same.
Did you ever think the one you're seeing in the mirror
Is the one you been looking for all along?
And now you're seeing and it can't get any clearer.
And you're moving on.

(c) 2015 JeffCampbellMusic ASCAP

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from Like a Glove - Single Release, released June 2, 2015

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Jeff Campbell San Francisco, California

Jeff’s onstage experiences have taken him to coast to coast countless times and found him have found him sharing the stage with John Mayer, members of Counting Crows, Phil Lesh of the Grateful Dead and opening for multiplatinum selling band Train.

Winner of Guitar Center's National Singer Songwriter 2 Competition in 2013, Jeff released a 5 song EP w/ 6x Grammy Winning Producer John Shanks
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