We’ve updated our Terms of Use to reflect our new entity name and address. You can review the changes here.
We’ve updated our Terms of Use. You can review the changes here.
  • Digital Track
    Streaming + Download

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    Purchasable with gift card

      $1 USD  or more

    You own this



©2018 Words and Music All Rights Reserved. Please contact for use and permissions.


Reasons why and machines that fly
Some buzz around, some should never leave the ground
This I know and there’s nothing up my sleeve
Were you to go, what a hole in the world you would leave

I’d ask you to stay, but the hills are far away
And they’re blue and cold even on a clear day
Leaves fall so we can see the sky
Through the trees with tears in our eyes

There are mountains in the sky
If you watch the clouds go by
The air is calm, an eagle circles high
How long before memory fails
Like a busted train on rusted rails?

Another town where the world has gone cold
Looking down at cracks in the road
Love found was a fist full of sand
A little gold to run through our hands

After all we just needed to be fed
Day’s good and gone
Sun’s rays are burning red


from Country's What I Sing to Keep from Crying, track released December 21, 2018


all rights reserved



Joey Clark Weare, New Hampshire

Joey Clark is a NH native who became a songwriter in Nashville. Since returning to NH, Joey has been featured by Granite State of Mind and played on NHPR. Joey performs as a solo artist and with his band, the Big Hearts. Joey is a lyric-focused writer, with rhythms borrowed from swing, bluegrass, old-time, country and folk-rock, with memorable melodies and words. ... more

contact / help

Contact Joey Clark

Streaming and
Download help

Report this track or account