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Gone are the days that last so long
When you could do no wrong
I spent them by myself
And wondered how we made it out.

Alive, and now I’ve tried it on.
I wonder how it’d feel
To never take it off?
I get bored and loose the charm

I don’t mean to look
It becomes a stare
Keep myself away
You don’t even care
The effort that I make,
The armour that I wear
Is breaking down.

I may Bend, but I won’t break,
the great deflector of what you can’t take
I may bitch, and I may moan,
But I promise you baby, I’m coming home.

Try like a kid to keep it new
Say I can play in tune
And never question when all this luck
Will end for you.

And say that those things I said are true
What would that say to you?
Can we pretend that
I am more like I see myself


from The Grey, released September 7, 2015
Greg Webber - Guitar/Vox
Matt Bowie - Bass
Dillon Anthony - Keys/Guitar/Pedal Steel
Zach Atkinson - Drums
Alan Jefferies - Backing Vox



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Kill Chicago Fredericton, New Brunswick

THE GREY, Kill Chicago’s first full length album is the culmination of ten years of performing, and a life’s worth of experiencing the mixed blessings of the Maritimes. Songwriter Greg Webber (vocals/guitar) grew up in Fredericton, New Brunswick. He’s seen friends and family make that tough decision, familiar to all Maritimers, to look for work out West. THE GREY embodies those experiences. ... more


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