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Old Habits with Bruno Pernadas

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words and music: Francisca Cortesão
"Old Habits" is also featured in Minta & The Brook Trout's "Slow" (2016)

lyrics

No it doesn’t make me look like a million bucks
No, not even close, you see

That is not my color, dear, and it never was
You should know that after thirty-seven years

There are days when I regret the hour we met
But I know I’d be lost out on my own
I'm tired
Please take me home

Sometimes when I wake up I feel so light and free
Then I turn and see you lying next to me

Can’t remember when I last spent the night away
Come to think of it, I can't think of the day

There are days when I regret the hour we met
But I know I'd be lost out on my own
I'm tired
Please take me home

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from They’re Heading West, track released October 9, 2015
They’re Heading West & Bruno Pernadas
Bruno Pernadas: electric guitar
Mariana Ricardo: vocals
Sérgio Nascimento: tambourine, backing vocals
Francisca Cortesão: vocals, bass
João Correia: vocals

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They’re Heading West Lisboa, Portugal

they’re heading west is three singer-songwriters and a very elegant drummer.

they enjoy playing each other's music immensely.

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