Talk Me Down

by Drew Cole

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Talk Me Down was featured as part of the soundtrack for "Glitter Girls" a documentary film by two time Emmy winner director and producer Hedda Muskat. Hedda sought out Drew after being played the song by music producer Barry Coffing. The documentary has finally been released for sale and is available now on Amazon.


released June 1, 1993

Song by Drew Cole & Barry Coffing
Drew Cole Vocals, Guitar
Pat Caddick Piano
Michael Lent Guitar
Larry Antonino Bass
Herman Mathews Drums
Produced by Barry Coffing & Drew Cole
Engineered, mixed, & mastered by Chris Huffard


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Track Name: Talk Me Down
Standing out on the ledge of life
I could jump and not think twice
Cause we all have a fragile grip
I'm holding on sure hope I don't slip
Talk me down

Some times the world sure makes me dizzy
I look around and I find no pity
The road I'm on just seems to steep
My faith is gone and I wanna leap

A man all out of seasons
Till you come around
Making rhymes of my reason
You always talk me down

Loves the thread I'm holding on by
You've been my savior and that's no lie
The ray of hope that I've always looked for
When times get tough I run straight to your door

But I'll be there to catch you
If it turns around
And you're out on the ledge too
I will talk you down
Track Name: We're Losing Touch
While the sun is slowly setting
on the capitol.
And soldiers march to countries
far away.
The band strikes up a song
written long ago, as the crowd
cheered for the boys that left that day.
Now we place are wreaths on
monuments to fallen friends
for the sacrifice that others had
them make. Do the eulogies
from patriots and stoic men
really make death that much
easier to take?

We're losing touch
running out of luck
We're losing
we're losing touch

There are murders every day
on our city streets. Some for
pleasure some for money
some for pride.
On the avenue crack and
life are very cheap
you can see the desperation
in their eyes.
We have poverty and
homelessness in our home towns
as the soldiers keep their medals
on a shelf. Experience is the
name we give our mistakes.
I guess they'll have to find
salvation for themselves

Some people want to live in
yesterday but you know it'll
never be that way again.

We're losing touch
running out of luck
We're losing
we're losing touch