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Well, I just turned 22
I was wondering what to do
Well I tried to get back my point of view

So hurry home
I hate to be alone
So I tried to get myself across to you

Answer me what it means to be free?
Can anybody just be?
Answer me what it means to be free?
And can we get back to you and me?

I was out on the road
I had not conception of home
I didn’t hear anyone on my telephone

Sam Cooke said let the good times roll
But it’s the dark night of the soul
I will meet you out on suffering road

Answer me what it means to be free?
Can anybody just be?
Answer me what it means to be free?
And can we get back to you and me?

There was no conversation
I was trying to save my own life
I had no more validation
I had no more trouble and strife

Won’t you answer me what it means to be free?
Can anybody just be?
Answer me what it means to be free?
And can we get back to you and me?

credits

released February 24, 2018
Written by Quinn Devlin (ASCAP)

Personnel
Quinn Devlin — vocals, alto saxophone
Nick Kirsch — upright piano
Dylan DeFeo — organ, tenor saxophone
Zach Calluori — drums
James Wyatt Woodall — guitar
Andy Shimm — bass
Evan Lane — trumpet
Eli Aleinikoff — tenor saxophone
Siddhu Anandalingam — baritone saxophone
Sahil Ansari — tambourine

Production
Producer — Sahil Ansari, Quinn Devlin
Mixing — Sahil Ansari
Mastering — Greg Calbi
Engineer — Sahil Ansari, Chris Gilroy
Horn Arrangement — Quinn Devlin
Cover Photography — Andrew Vallario

Recorded at The Lethe Lounge August 2017.
Overdubs at Douglass Recording in Brooklyn.

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