The Fork in the Road EP

by Adam Reczek

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Recorded in the summer of 2010 at the age of 20.

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released July 22, 2010

Recorded at The Den in North Reading, MA.
Recorded by Doug Batchelder
Mixed by Doug Batchelder
Mastered by Doug Batchelder
All songs written by Adam G. Reczek
Acoustic guitar, harmonica and vocals by Adam Reczek
© ℗ 2010 Adam Reczek

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Adam Reczek New Hampshire

Adam Reczek is a singer-songwriter from New Hampshire by way of Massachusetts and Vermont. He spent four years as an active part of the Burlington, VT music scene while studying at Saint Michael's College. Having lived and played in New Zealand, Reczek has explored the international music scene both through playing venues as well as regular busking. ... more

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Track Name: Scotch & Cigars
(Instrumental)
Track Name: September Song
Hold me close in your arms
Cause I want to be a baby
I want to be a baby
There’s no need to be alarmed
I’ll still treat you like a lady
I’ll still treat you like the lady that you are

Hold me close for a while
I’ve been falling from you lately
And it’s up to you to save me
Let me please just see you smile
You can treat me like a child
Who’s been wandering through the wild for too long

Hold me close all night long
Cause I haven’t slept an hour
And my dreams have all been sour
I can’t help but think it’s wrong
Still I thank you for your time
Will I still be lonely when September’s gone?

I can’t help but think it’s wrong
Still I thank you for your time
But I’ll still be lonely when September’s gone.
Track Name: October Song
He lay awake
And he wonders if his heart can break
If it’s broken one too many times before
He couldn’t sleep
And looked out his window down the street
To the orange glow that was lighting up the night

But only when we’ve burned the past and we’ve turned to ash
Can we be free to float away
And lifted by the wings of a fiery heat high above our street
Until I’m no longer moved to stay

Walked out the door
And he wondered what we’re fighting for
When every day we live is the same way
Without a doubt
He would try his best to put it out
If the sky would only squeeze a drop of rain

But only when we’ve burned the past and we’ve turned to ash
Can we be free to float away
And lifted by the wings of a fiery heat high above our street
Until I’m no longer moved to stay

He made his way
Past his neighbor’s house and heard her say
“What brings you ‘round my yard this time of night?”
To her surprise
She had found the answer in his eyes
Though in truth she never doubted that she might

But only when we’ve burned the past and we’ve turned to ash
Can we be free to float away
And lifted by the wings of a fiery heat high above our street
Until I’m no longer moved to stay

They climbed a hill
And they found a patch of daffodils
Where they each sent silent thoughts without reply
And higher still
They just sat and watched the embers fill
A dark and empty canvas in the sky
Track Name: Hold On to Hope
So this is the Promised Land
I can’t believe my eyes
I want you to understand
It’s easy if you try

And I know it’s hard to start again
To write a new page at story’s end
And yes I’m scared to dive so deep
But truth be told I want to see

I know your broken heart can mend
You’ve pieced it apart and back again
So take my word and take my hand
Just hold on to hope, I know you can

What do you hold behind those eyes?
The dreams of a girl in some cleaver disguise
So here were are in paradise
Please take this chance and don’t think twice

I know your broken heart can mend
You’ve pieced it apart and back again
So take my word and take my hand
Just hold on to hope, I know you can