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Beautiful Differences

by Push Farther Project

Maybe there’s no home Things do change But beautiful differences Make things okay
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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Album Notes
Will Foote: vocals
Alex Wilder: vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards, percussion
Nora Willauer: cello

Ken Goldman: drums

Words and music by: Will Foote, Joaquín Contreras, Malcolm Brooks, Alex Wilder, and Nora Willauer
Story source: Will Foote
This song was written using the documentary songwriting method

Album concept: Chloë Isis
Album design: Eliza Cuevas
Photography: Simon Beckford

Special thanks to Bay Chamber Concerts and Music School for unwavering support, and to Barbara Brooks, Sean and Jamie Oshima, and all others who provided listening ears and support along the way
A humble and heartfelt thank you to our families

Produced by Alex Wilder
Mastered by André Castro
Executive Producer: Malcolm Brooks


Maybe there’s no home
Things do change
But beautiful differences
Make things okay

I came back
To the coast of Maine
And I was sure
I was coming home
But the people surrounding me
Didn’t feel like the people I had known

I sailed three days
To Hurricane Island
And then home
To try again
I remembered how the winds blew
And how the currents ran

Maybe there’s no home…

Now I see new life
See new things
New songs all around,
I see beautiful differences
In my hometown

Maybe there’s no home…



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