West of Minnesota, North of North Dakota

Release Date: 2015

​Track Listing
  1. Same Place
  2. Wishing You Were Here
  3. Deep End
  4. Think You Know (Someone Like Me)
  5. Calling Your Name
  6. Sentimental Fool
  7. What Will It Take To make You Happy
  8. Known Me Forever
  9. You Still Love Me
  10. Somebody To Love You
  11. The Strip
  12. Hold On, Anna
  13. What’s It About

Lyrics

Same Place

When I finally made it out of here
I thought that it was for good
But it wasn’t meant to be

Now I’m walkin on the same floor
sleepin in the same room
And I’m livin with my memories

Old man says he’s done his time
Now it looks like I’m doing mine

Oh the more things change, It’s good to be here
In the same place with the same people
Doing the same things we did years ago

So I’m not the only one asking myself
Why in the hell did you come back
And if you’re asking then I guess you don’t see

But there is no place else I’d rather be
Outta all the places that I’ve seen
Don’t get much better than that

One of these things don’t belong
Now come on baby don’t get me wrong

Oh the more things change, It’s good to be here
In the same place with the same people
Doing the same things we did years ago


Wishing You Were Here

In my mind behind those blinds
Your silhouette appears
Within my heart your miles apart
I’m holding back the tears

I try to erase the pain
No matter what I do
I think of you again

Wishing you were here, wishing you were here
Here I go again
Wishing you were here, wishing you were here
Here I go again

Out on the road away from home
This emptiness sets in
Please listen to my lonely heart
There’s nothing left within

I try to ease my brain
No matter what I do
I think of you again

Wishing you were here, wishing you were here
Here I go again
Wishing you were here, wishing you were here
Here I go again

Day after day I can’t find my way
I wonder where you are
Listen to my heart it’s torn apart
It’s lost out in the stars

I try to ease my pain
No matter what I do

I think of you again

Wishing you were here, wishing you were here
Here I go again
Wishing you were here, wishing you were here
Here I go again

​Deep End

Softly through the minefield
Taking a chance of a lifetime
Launching a charmed offensive
Your act is so natural
Save me save me

Like waterfalls
Your words washing over me
I’m lost at sea
I couldn’t hold my ground
You’re wonderful
You get what you want from me

Off the deep end

Slowly moving forward
There is the strangest reaction
You’re glowing
The days are numbered
Falling one by one
Save me save me

Like waterfalls
Your words washing over me
I’m lost at sea
I couldn’t hold my ground
You’re wonderful
You get what you want from me

Think You Know (Someone Like Me)

Useless knowledge keeps you wastin’
All that time you spent so curious
They don’t write endings like this up above
Getting tired of waiting for things

You’re beautiful you’re young and free
But you gave away the things you’ll need
Now you think you know

Think you know think you know someone like me
Think you know think you know think you know
Think you know think you know someone like me
Think you know think you know

If this starts to sound familiar
When did I become so cynical?
Didn’t mean all the mean things you had done
Don’t know why I listened to you

You’re beautiful you’re young and free
But you gave away the things you’ll need
Now you think you know

Think you know think you know someone like me
Think you know think you know think you know
Think you know think you know someone like me
Think you know think you know

Can you see the times
Drawn in vicious circles
Leave em behind
I don’t worry about it

Hope I’m right
Oh who gives a shit

​Think you know think you know someone like me
Think you know think you know think you know
Think you know think you know someone like me
Think you know think you know


Calling Your Name

I thought I knew what I was meant to do
But I’d gladly change my plans for you
You came and opened my eyes wide

Is everyone lost without love?
Does everybody search in vain?
Does everybody hear someone calling?
Not falling, calling your name

Sometimes alone I used to wonder why
No matter what comes I got you by my side
You make it all worthwhile

Is everyone lost without love?
Does everybody search in vain?
Does everybody hear someone calling?
Not falling, I’m calling your name

Sentimental Fool

I like walking in the rain
Under the moon doing the same
Holding your hand cause’ you’re cool
I’m a sentimental fool

Buying you flowers on a whim
Looking at pictures that you’re in
Sitting close by the fire
I’m a sentimental fool

I’m a sentimental fool
I’m a sentimental fool

Going on a dinner date
Or a movie that runs way too late
When it comes to me there are no rules
I’m a sentimental fool

I’m a sentimental fool
I’m a sentimental fool

What Will It Take To make You Happy

Can you put a number on it?
With a dollar sign upon it
You really got to want it
Maybe you’ve already got it

What will it take, what will it take?
Maybe words can’t say it
And as an actor you’d portray it
When you want you can display it
Everyone will know you’ve made it

What will it take, what will it take to make you happy?

If it still hurts a little bit
Will you do it for love not profit?
Just consider the opposite

What will it take, what will it take?

Can you put a number on it?
With a dollar sign upon it
You really got to want it
Maybe you’ve already got it

What will it take, what will it take to make you happy?

Known Me Forever

Come down quietly lie there
Wait for the dream to take hold
Off the roof jump and I’m floating
Into your arms

And I feel like you’ve known me forever
I feel like you’ve known me forever
I feel like you’ve known me forever
But I know we’ve never met before

I finally cracked the lock open
Just to find another lock
Wrote your name up on the window
While I was sleeping

And I feel like you’ve known me forever
I feel like you’ve known me forever
I feel like you’ve known me forever
But I know we’ve never met before

You Still Love Me

So much to talk about
Don’t speak don’t make a sound
The love is all around
Have your say

And as I lay me down
The world keeps spinning round
Give me your honesty
And don’t change.. no

A year, goes by, alone I’m not lonely
I lost, my way, I want you to hold me

And by the morning light
You whisper everything’s alright
If I turn from you
You still love me

Need time to contemplate
Somewhere to hide away
Still trying to find my place
Someday somehow

A year, goes by, alone I’m not lonely
I lost, my way, I want you to hold me

And by the morning light
You whisper everything’s alright
If I turn from you
You still love me

Somebody To Love You

You love, then you lie
You thought that I had the time of my life
Oh you leave, run away
You find it doesn’t heal the pain

Don’t you want somebody to want you?
Somebody to have you
Somebody to hold you
Somebody to love you

You can’t look, in my eyes
Then you tell another stupid lie
Now you’re hurt, so you cry
And I only have to ask you why

Don’t you want somebody to want you?
Somebody to have you
Somebody to hold you
Somebody to love you

You love, then you lie
You thought it was the time of my life
Oh you leave, run away
You find it doesn’t heal the pain

Don’t you want somebody to want you?
Somebody to have you
Somebody to hold you
Somebody to love you

The Strip

Hello midnight you wanna feel right
On a nosedive, you need a new high
Moving sideways, on the sidewalks
You can’t remember what you came here for

It’s just another night on the strip
It don’t really matter one bit
It’s just another night on the strip
Another night on the strip

Caught in the headlights
There’s no hurry
You’re on your own time
And anything’s better than being alone tonight

It’s just like paradise
But you never ever seem to make that flight
You call that living
Hell you’re working overtime

It’s just another night on the strip
It don’t really matter one bit
It’s just another night on the strip
Another night on the strip

You ain’t leaving
You’ve heard it all before
In the streetlight
You don’t see yourself no more

It’s just another night on the strip
It don’t really matter one bit
It’s just another night on the strip
Another night on the strip

Hold On, Anna

We used to meet when the sun went down
Have a few drinks and head out on the town
Dressed up right on a Saturday night
The band was kicking we were feeling alright

It all seems so long ago
Am I right, you know I think so
Now and again it’s in my head
I’ll never forget those times

Hold on Anna
Keep holding on, holding on to your dreams
Hold on Anna
Keep holding on, holding on to your dreams

Turned around and it’s driving me wild
Fighting spirit’s been keeping me alive
Saturday night and I wish you were here
The answer to our problem is painfully clear

You never know, what’s coming round
I really think, it doesn’t matter now
Sooner or later, I’ll get it right
How could you forget those times

Hold on Anna
Keep holding on, holding on to your dreams
Hold on Anna
Keep holding on, holding on to your dreams

It all seems so long ago
Am I right, you know I think so
Now and again it’s in my head
I’ll never forget those times

What’s It About

Yesterday you said it was today
Today you say it’s gonna’ be tomorrow
Upside down is really right side up
Right here right now is all that I know

What’s it about? What’s it about?
There’s been so many twists and turns
I’ve forgotten what it’s all about
What’s it about?

You’re seldom right about anything
Two wrongs end up with nothing but sorrow
Don’t look now it comes out of nowhere
Here today and it’s gone tomorrow

What’s it about? What’s it about?
There’s been so many twists and turns
I’ve forgotten what it’s all about
What’s it about?

Yesterday you said it was today
Today you say it’s gonna’ be tomorrow
Upside down is really right side up
Right here right now is all that I know

What’s it about? What’s it about?
There’s been so many twists and turns
I’ve forgotten what it’s all about
What’s it about?

Credits
Produced and performed by ​Tucker Lane
Leslie Stanwyck: Lead and Harmony Vocals, Acoustic Guitars, Keyboards, Percussion
Johnny Sinclair: Bass Guitar, Additional Vocals
Wayne Pearson: Drums, Percussion, Additional Vocals
Brent Carlin: Electric Guitars, Slide Guitar
Special Guest Musician, Justin Bloudoff: Banjo, Pedal Steel, Fiddle