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Cujo Moon — Young Dreams
Album: Young Dreams
Avg rating:
7

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Total ratings: 582









Released: 2022
Length: 4:10
Plays (last 30 days): 8
I think we're all going crazy
A little more each day
Living for something
That don't mean a thing
So I bite my tongue
The same as you
'Cause if we let our minds wonder
There ain't no getting through
To the end of the day
When we're all dressed the same
Blood, bones, and young dreams
Watching time slip away
Well I miss those days
When I laughed at the system
I thought I had figured out
Something they'd been missing
But now I'm crying
In your loving arms
As you say to me "Child,
Oh you've done nothing wrong."
At the end of the day
When we're all dressed the same
Blood, bones, and young dreams
Watching time slip away
Well I'm not much for talking
If the talking is cheap
But lately I'm up for anything
If it helps me fall asleep
'Cause I never thought
I'd wind up like them
Caught in a riptide
Before I learned how to swim
At the end of the day
When we're all dressed the same
Blood, bones, and young dreams
Watching time slip away
Blood, bones, and young dreams
Watching time slip away
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 Signwrtr61 wrote:


Bill actually posted a letter to all of us about this, if you haven't heard. Bill's significant other, our beloved Rebecca has retired. There is a new face or two at the studio now and, Bill indicated in that letter, that the main mix was going to significantly expanding. TBH, I'm quite liking hearing many more new songs! As I'm sure you know, RP is THE home of eclectic! That being said, the main mix is adding a bunch more eclectic and otherwise. I applaud these two, having taken on mainstream and, ultimately, left comm. radio eating dust! Let us all welcome the new additions, both to our ears and, to the station! As if it hasn't already been quoted squillions of times... Long Live Radio Paradise! Best wishes for a truly deserved retirement and, thank you, Rebecca and Bill, for giving and, continuing to give us listeners some really awesome listening experiences! 


And it's also cool that their daughter Alanna is part of the new team. She's gotta have the genes for it!
 Signwrtr61 wrote:


Bill actually posted a letter to all of us about this, if you haven't heard. Bill's significant other, our beloved Rebecca has retired. There is a new face or two at the studio now and, Bill indicated in that letter, that the main mix was going to significantly expanding. TBH, I'm quite liking hearing many more new songs! As I'm sure you know, RP is THE home of eclectic! That being said, the main mix is adding a bunch more eclectic and otherwise. I applaud these two, having taken on mainstream and, ultimately, left comm. radio eating dust! Let us all welcome the new additions, both to our ears and, to the station! As if it hasn't already been quoted squillions of times... Long Live Radio Paradise! Best wishes for a truly deserved retirement and, thank you, Rebecca and Bill, for giving and, continuing to give us listeners some really awesome listening experiences! 



I couldn't agree more with this.  Very well said!  LLRP!!
 aspicer wrote:
OK BILL: now I'm very curious...what's with the huge heaping of new music being introduced this past few weeks?! 


Bill actually posted a letter to all of us about this, if you haven't heard. Bill's significant other, our beloved Rebecca has retired. There is a new face or two at the studio now and, Bill indicated in that letter, that the main mix was going to significantly expanding. TBH, I'm quite liking hearing many more new songs! As I'm sure you know, RP is THE home of eclectic! That being said, the main mix is adding a bunch more eclectic and otherwise. I applaud these two, having taken on mainstream and, ultimately, left comm. radio eating dust! Let us all welcome the new additions, both to our ears and, to the station! As if it hasn't already been quoted squillions of times... Long Live Radio Paradise! Best wishes for a truly deserved retirement and, thank you, Rebecca and Bill, for giving and, continuing to give us listeners some really awesome listening experiences! 


I think we’re all going crazy
A little more each day
Living for something
That don’t mean a thing
So I bite my tongue
The same as you
Cuz if we let our minds wonder
There ain’t no getting through

To the end of the day
When we’re all dressed the same
Blood, bones, and young dreams
Watching time slip away

Well I miss those days
When I laughed at the system
I thought I had figured out
Something they’d been missing
But now I’m crying
In your loving arms
As you say to me “Child,
oh you’ve done nothing wrong.”

At the end of the day
When we’re all dressed the same
Blood, bones, and young dreams
Watching time slip away

Well I’m not much for talking
If the talking is cheap
But lately I’m up for anything
If it helps me fall asleep
Cuz I never thought
I’d wind up like them
Caught in a riptide
Before I learned how to swim

At the end of the day
When we’re all dressed the same
Blood, bones, and young dreams
Watching time slip away
Blood, bones, and young dreams
Watching time slip away

Source: https://cujomoon.bandcamp.com/...
Seems that the album/EP should also be listed as 'Horizons'
A lot of people hearing the voice of another artist in this guy's voice. Not surprised by that - I'm hearing John Mayer... 
Play us some more Cujo Moon Bill!  This particular song has a good JJ Cale vibe. His other songs are good too!
 aspicer wrote:
OK BILL: now I'm very curious...what's with the huge heaping of new music being introduced this past few weeks?! 

I know I'm digging the new and new old music. RP never rests on it's laurels, but keeps refreshing the wreath.

This is very nice, placed in the road trip playlist as an 8. 
I thought it was new Gregory Alan Isakov (which is a good thing)
Oh my, I really like this!
Very nice.
Nuff said.
Thanks for playing.
 Segue wrote:

plodding dull fake DMB. DMB is bad enough.



Thanks for your opinion, 46. 
lovely tune <3
OK BILL: now I'm very curious...what's with the huge heaping of new music being introduced this past few weeks?! 
Reminds me of  Salt in the Wound by Julien Baker / Boygenius.



 sfoster66 wrote:

Spare and simple...and real.  Great feeling to his voice and the smoothnesss of the melody.  Would hear this again without complaint for sure.  Nice find RPers...cheers to the discovery!



This is funny. All the "sounds like" "I thought it was" Comments show up when it's a new female artist. This slog sounds like several others it's derivative of. Let's see who notices.
plodding dull fake DMB. DMB is bad enough.
Spare and simple...and real.  Great feeling to his voice and the smoothnesss of the melody.  Would hear this again without complaint for sure.  Nice find RPers...cheers to the discovery!
1st on the Cujo
Howl at the Moon

Going with a 7 rating to start.