Cold In The Morning

by The Hundred Acre Woods

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Joffrey Hoy such a good song Favorite track: Whiskey Thieves.
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Madeline Cox This album is like drinking hot tea on the side of a mountain while camping out by a fire. Favorite track: Whiskey Thieves.
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Joe Timmons Cold in the Morning is ambient and founded in very talented writing. in addition to being just enamored with the lyrical prose, I found myself wanting a larger collection of Hundred Acre Woods working catalog. if this is a sample of what this band has to offer, they have a chance to make music history in their Genre of style. Favorite track: Whiskey Thieves.
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zooey glass This album will make you love to walk in the woods. Favorite track: Whiskey Thieves.
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released January 14, 2014

All songs written and performed by The Hundred Acre Woods:
Winthrop Stevens - acoustic guitar, vocals
Zack Reinhardt - acoustic guitar, electric guitar, vocals
Will Davis - five string banjo
Pat Loundas - bass guitar, organ, vocals
Brandon "Kooger" Harrison - drums, percussion

Trumpet on "Whiskey Thieves" - Bob Iacono
Trombone on "Whiskey Thieves" - Tyler Mack
Additional vocals on "Whiskey Thieves" and "Loose Parts" - Ruby Nightingale
Gang vocals on "Whiskey Thieves" and "Loose Parts" - Jeff Malt, Mike Hayes, Mike Belcuore, Sam Cruzado

Engineered by The Hundred Acre Woods. Mixed by Pat Loundas and Winthrop Stevens. Mastered by Ryan Schwabe at Maniac Mansion.

Recorded August 2012 at Uncle Drew’s Cabin, Lake Paupack, Greentown, PA and December 2012 to February 2013 at Mad Dragon Studios, Philadelphia, PA

Cover art by Lynda Lucas at CCOOLL (



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Track Name: Whiskey Thieves
City’s bringing me down
City’s bringing me down, oh

So pick me up and turn me around
Pick me up and turn me around, oh

Sold my self for a sound
Now I just wanna get out

Try to keep my troubles at bay
Did not see it ending this way
With the whiskey taste still on my tongue
I fear I’ll never feel young again

Yeah we have tomorrow
But lets not forget today
Because the daze of the daze of the days
Could make it all just slip away

Yeah our minds are as free
As the fish in the sea
Because we were meant to be
Track Name: City Lights
If I am to be born again,
Make me a bird, a joy of men,
I want to fly above the city,
Past courthouses and their committees,
Down to the cracks between the streets,
Remnants of what be build to eat,
We build to dream like visionaries,
To form our walls and tributaries.

I am looking at the city lights,
Luminous against the dark of night

If I ascend above the trees,
Will I become one with the breeze?
We’re all just searching for some meaning,
A light to guide when stars are fleeting.
Well I’ve found stars beneath the trees,
My light is where it’s always been

I am looking at the city lights,
Luminous against the dark of night ,
I am looking at the city lights,
Luminous against the dark of night,
I am looking at the city lights,
Stretching far beyond my line of sight,
I am looking at the city lights,
Luminous against the dark of night
Track Name: Loose Parts
Think of the towns tucked into the mountains
Think of the stars hiding right above your head
Think of the faces you’ve seen
Think of the places you will never ever get to see

Picking your hair off my clothes
Wondering who needs who the most
All you left here was a hole
Right between my heart and my soul

Think of your father as a child
Think of mother dressed in white
Think of your brother by your side
Think of your sister back in time

You’ll never find it
Until you stop looking
And when you find it
Promise to tell me