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Your Heart

from A Wolf at the Door by Roy Peak



A song inspired by a line from Moby-Dick by Herman Melville: “Were I the wind, I'd blow no more on such a wicked, miserable world."

Produced, engineered, mixed, and mastered by Roy Peak at Radical Recording, Jacksonville, Florida.


Your Heart

The moon is low
Filtered through the trees
The moon it watches
Shines on all it sees

And if I were that moon I would shine no more
Upon a wicked heart such as yours no more

Time walks by
Time, it does not care
Time keeps piling up
Just like this black despair

And if I were Father Time I would count no more
On such a scheming heart as yours no more

A heart keeps time
It can light your way
A heart can comfort
It can be your saving grace

A heart can beat softly
A heart can beat wild
Some hearts beat lonely
Some linger for a while

But if I were your heart I would beat no more
If I were your heart I would beat no more...



from A Wolf at the Door, released October 1, 2020
Mark Williams: lead guitar, background vocals
Roy Peak: guitars, percussion, lead vocals


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Roy Peak Jacksonville, Florida

Roy Peak has played electric bass in more bands than he cares to remember for more years than he can remember.
He wrote the theme song for the radio show "Hey You Kids, Get Off My Lawn" on WPNR-FM.

His debut album, All Is Well, has been called "A punkish folk-rock tromp through twelve songs about love, death, and birds."
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