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Written by Jon Nichols-Pethick with some tweaks from me, this is a classic country weeper with a great beat. Jonathan actually was inspired to write the song as he gazed at the bottom of a beer glass. Originating with the Cowlix, it later turned up in the repertoire of Scott Link’s band Diesel Doug & the Long-Haul Truckers, and appeared on their first CD. A rehearsal recording from Oct. 15, 1995. Copyright © 1992 by Jonathan Nichols-Pethick and Douglas L. Hubley. All rights reserved.

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from The Boarders: Music for Unsettled Occasions, released May 18, 2014
The Boarders, a rock trio active in Portland, Maine, 1994-96: Doug Hubley, guitarist and singer; Gretchen Schaefer, bassist; Jonathan Nichols-Pethick, drummer.

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Doug Hubley Portland, Maine

Doug Hubley is a musician and writer in Maine.

He has covered arts and lifestyle for publications in Maine and Massachusetts.

Doug began learning guitar in 1966, and hopes to finish the job one day. He has played with such bands as the Fashion Jungle, the Cowlix, the Boarders and Howling Turbines.

Today he is one-half of Day for Night, an acoustic country band also starring Gretchen Schaefer.
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