Will Hector

Will Hector

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Pop - Rock | Oakland, California, United States
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Member Since: 2004
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Story Behind the Song

Going home to meet an old lover, and hoping he doesn't break her heart again when they finally meet.

Lyrics

Break You

by Will Hector

The train is late, I stop my running
40 minutes out, oh well
It?s Sunday in an empty downtown

Took a walk around the block
To burn some energy I?ve been storing up
Packing my bags since dawn

Finally I?m sitting back
High above the railroad tracks
And the downtown begins to move

I don?t want to break you like, break you like I did that summer
I don?t want to see you fall
I don?t want to break you like china falling on the floor
I don?t want to break you like I did before

Words upon the page I?m reading
Rattle around with the sound of my breathing
As the car rocks back and forth

And as we cross the Mississippi
Snowflakes from the sky start dripping
It?s December in my heart

Finally I?d see your face
Years ago in that same place
Across the table where we met

I don?t want to break you like, break you like I did that summer
I don?t want to see you fall
I don?t want to break you like china falling on the floor
I don?t want to break you like I did before

10 p.m. at the railroad station
No one hears my nascent
Heartbeat for the very first time

I don?t want to break you like, break you like I did that summer
I don?t want to see you fall
I don?t want to break you like china falling on the floor
I don?t want to break you like I did before


Song Length
4:19
Genres
Rock - Roots/Rock n' Roll, Country - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Poignant

Subject Matter
Lost Love, Heartbreak

Similar Artists
Counting Crows, The Wallflowers
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Will Hector
Music Credits Will Hector
Producer Credits Bonnie Hayes