"Dug My Heart" as written by and Joshua Moran Garrett Borns....
You dug my heart a grave
I watched you illustrate the expression of another lonely girl
And there you like awake
And wish you knew a way to fade the blaring silence from your only world

And now you're running to the sound of the light
Running to the sound of the light
Running to the sound of the light

Oh, oh
It’s inevitable, ain’t it?
You left without saying
Oh, oh
I hope the cracks in the pavement, lead back to you baby
Back to you baby

I burnt so many memories
Just to make room for any
Thoughts of caressing your sweet
Anatomy as we sleep
The taste you left on my teeth
Your breath across my left cheek
The feeling chemically, oh

And now you're running to the sound of the light
Running to the sound of the light

Oh, oh
It’s inevitable, ain’t it?
You left without saying
Oh, oh
I hope the cracks in the pavement, lead back to you baby
Back to you baby

And now you're running to the sound of the light
Running to the sound of the light
Running to the sound of the light

Oh, oh
It’s inevitable, ain’t it?
You left without saying
Ooh, oh
I hope the cracks in the pavement, lead back to you baby
Back to you baby


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"Dug My Heart" as written by Joshua Moran Garrett Borns

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    General CommentI feel as if the song is about losing a loved one to an illness, like depression. There isn't anything they can do to get them back, and the loved one is in essence, "lost". The path to love is shattered. He's telling her to run to the sound of the light and hopefully the cracks in the pavement lead her back to him when she finds her way out. He sings about dreaming of better times, when he could touch her and see her sleeping.''' It's beautifully metaphorical. The chromatic scales in the song and the harmonization in the chorus are brilliant.
    Jeisenneon March 18, 2017   Link

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