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SPACE
Josh Hoge


It's me and the moon
Inside this empty room
There ain't no sound
My heart's beating loud

I needed you to leave
To taught me to breathe on my own
Cause I've never felt
What life was like by myself

All the time on my own you were all the alone
That I feel

There's empty picture frames upon my walls
All I hear is silence down these halls
No one else seems to replace
What am I going to do
To fill all your space

It's me and the moon
I try not to think about you
I swore I'd move on
From myself waiting here by the phone

I don't understand
Is this just to prove that you're a man
Cause I love you strong
Tell me what went wrong

All the time on your own
Is worth all the alone that you feel

There's empty picture frames upon my walls
All I hear is silence down these halls
No one else seems to replace
What am I going to do
To fill all your space

I stand here waiting for the moment you say I was wrong

Baby you're forgiven
I'm packing my bags and coming home

There's empty picture frames upon my walls
I'm sick of all the silence down all these halls
No one else seems to replace
Tell me what am I going to do

There's empty picture frames upon my walls
All I hear is silence down these halls
No one else seems to replace
What am I going to do
Tell me what am I going to do
Tell me what am I going to do
To fill all your space
To fill all your space
To fill all your space
To fill all your space
To fill all your space
To fill all your space


JOSH HOGE

Much like his hometown Nashville, singer Josh Hoge represents Music City's competing spirits of tradition and rebellion.

A third-generation musician, who loves music, whiskey and rowdy good times, Hoge fits the profile of a typical, lifelong Nashville resident. But the 25-year-old is also part of a growing community of artists who call Nashville home, but do not ascribe to the city's time-honored twang. But even among those artists, the mix of pop and R&B featured on Hoge's 11-song debut with Epic Records ... Read More