Your Heart Not Mine

by My Oh My!

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released 14 March 2014

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My Oh My! Kansas City, Missouri

Drawing on their Americana inspired, rock n’ roll influences of the early 70’s, Kansas City band, My Oh My!, make a modern, alt-country take on classic rock n’ roll. The seven-piece includes former members of Free State Revival, along with members who have played with such KC staples as The Kansas City Bear Fighters, Margo May and the Interstate Astronauts. ... more

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Track Name: Whiskey Pillow
Well, I want to sleep on a whiskey pillow tonight. Well, I want to sleep on a whiskey pillow tonight. I want to sleep. Well, I don’t undertand why you get out of bed. All I want to do is rest my head. I want to sleep on a whiskey pillow tonight. Well everybody’s wide awake. I wonder just how much it would take for them to get on board and ride. Whiskey pillow tonight. I can’t imagine going to bed without that sweet sweet sour mash around my head. I know I’ll sleep tight. Whiskey pillow tonight. Well, I want to sleep on a whiskey pillow tonight. Well, I want to sleep on a whiskey pillow tonight. I want to sleep. Well, I don’t undertand why you get out of bed. All I want to do is rest my head. I want to sleep on a whiskey pillow tonight. My heart is breaking. My life’s a mess. Until I lay my head to rest. Then every thing’ll be right. Whiskey pillow tonight. So if you’re ever feeling down, grab a bottle and drink it on down. Then everything’ll be right. Whiskey pillow tonight. Well, I want to sleep on a whiskey pillow tonight. Well, I want to sleep on a whiskey pillow tonight. I want to sleep. Well, I don’t understand why you get out of bed. All I want to do is rest my head. I want to sleep on a whiskey pillow tonight.
Track Name: Your Heart Not Mine
I was waking, lord. I was able to see myself this time, and I do believe, I do believe it’s time to give my heart a whirl. Listen to this girl tell the whole damn world, that I do believe, I do believe it’s time. She was breaking up. I was breaking down. And with a mouthful of blood, she said, “I do believe, I do believe it’s time. You’ve gone older now. You’ve gone under and out. Don’t know what it’s all about, but I do believe, I do believe it’s time”. Go back home, boy. Go back home. It’s your heart, not mine, and I do believe, I do believe it’s time. I was waking up after breaking down. Tell everybody you know that this time I’ve found something I know. I’m coming home. I was waking, lord. I was able to see myself this time, and I do believe, I do believe it’s time to give my heart a whirl. Listen to this girl tell the whole damn world, that I do believe, I do believe it’s time. Go back home, boy. Go back home. It’s your heart, not mine, and I do believe, I do believe it’s time.

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Track Name: Gotta Get A Wife (If You Wanna Get To Heaven)
He was just a working man. Brought home the bacon whenever he can. He likes corn and whiskey from a can. And falling asleep on his old divan. But everybody said, “that ain’t the life. If you want to get to heaven, well you gotta get a wife”. Oh son, that ain’t the life, son. You can drink your whiskey when you’re dead. You can sow your oats inside your head. I said, oh son, that ain’t the life son. If you want to get to heaven, well, you gotta get a wife, son. He was just a soldier’s son. Having a little bit too much fun. Chasing tail and skinning rabbits. Flirting with a cocaine habit. But everybody said, “that ain’t the life. If you want to get to heaven, well you gotta get a wife”. Oh son, that ain’t the life, son. You can have your party when you’re dead. You can sow your oats inside your head. I said, oh son, that ain’t the life son. If you want to get to heaven, well, you gotta get a wife, son. He was just a railroad man. Passing through whenever he can. Never made time for anybody. Just the rails and the open country. But everybody said, “that ain’t the life. If you want to get to heaven, well you gotta get a wife”. Oh son, that ain’t the life, son. You can be alone when you’re dead. You can sow your oats inside your head. I said, oh son, that ain’t the life son. You can drink your whiskey, like we said. You can have your party when you’re dead. Oh son, that ain’t the life son. If you want to get to heaven, well, you gotta get a wife, son.

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