No More

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No More written by Jef Joslin

Have you ever felt so low
You reach up and touch the floor
Try and make friends with the ants
Cause all your friends walked out the door
And you don’t know what else to do
But cry yourself a swimming pool and dive on in?

Have you ever found yourself
Down the barrel of someone's finger
Somehow the way you are
Makes them want to pull their trigger
And you can’t understand
What you’ve ever done to them or anyone?

So sing it out if you’ve ever felt
Like life’s too much to bear
Scream it out, let it go
And leave the pain right there
It’s no good for anyone to ever be alone
So come on home
Cause you’re not alone

Do you think the day will come
When we all get along
Get over bickering
And decide we’re all dead wrong
Agree to disagree
Oh what a holy party that would be

Truth is, we’re all the same
All made of shooting stars
Just divine explosions
Of the love we carry in our hearts
I think it’s time we let it out
And if you’re down with that then sing along

If you’re tired of laying on the ground say no more
If you’re tired of people putting you down say no more
Wipe those tears right out your eyes and say no more
Lift your hands up to the sky and say no more


from 30, track released April 29, 2016
Produced, mixed and mastered by Jef Joslin


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Jef Joslin Los Angeles, California

As an artist, producer, songwriter and film & tv composer, Jef Joslin blends influences of James Taylor to the songwriting he learned in Nashville, TN, the soulful stylings and groove of Stevie Wonder into production that he sharpened in Atlanta, GA, and sprinkles it all with the Brian Wilson-esque, colorful “California Soul” arrangements he continuously refines. ... more

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