Bring It All In

by Elijah Ocean

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released 07 October 2014

Elijah Ocean: vocals, guitar, harmonica.
Eric Ambrose: piano, organ, banjo, concertina, vocals.
Sarah Durning: vocals.
Andrew Hodgkins: drums, percussion.
Jeremy Hogan: fiddle.
Danny MacLeod: bass, mandolin.
Jeff Malinowski: guitar, piano, percussion.
Philip Sterk: pedal steel, dobro, percussion.

Photography by Chell Stephen.

Engineered & produced by Greg Di Gesu at
Waterfront Studios in Hudson, New York.

Mastered by Tom Ruff at
Asbury Media in Asbury Park, New Jersey.

Executive Producer: Carol Levy.

All songs written by Elijah Ocean (BMI).

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Track Name: Ride It Out
you might be desperate
and on your last legs but
you're not falling out
I don't know how you
always manage to
fight another round

you always ride it out
you always ride it out somehow

I come to see you
and all that you've been through
never shows up on your face
you go on and on
and you smile so warm
though the world can be such a cold place

you always ride it out
you always ride it out somehow

and when you come home
it will be springtime
and I will pick roses for you
and we'll remember
back in December
when holding on was all you could do

you always ride it out
you always ride it out somehow