StillHouse Junkies write song for fire-relief effort

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StillHouse Junkies write song for fire-relief effort

Band records ‘416’ as a fundraiser
Durango’s StillHouse Junkies, from left, Fred Kosak, Alissa Wolf and Cody Tinnin, have recorded a song, “416,” to help with fire-relief efforts.
‘416’ by StillHouse Junkies

“Said it’s burning in the valley
It’s burning in the valley low
It’s burning in the valley and there ain’t no place to go
Ain’t no place
Ain’t no place
There ain’t no place to go
It’s gonna cross the river
It’s gonna cross the river wide
Said it’s gonna cross the river and there ain’t nowhere to hide
Ain’t nowhere
Ain’t nowhere
There ain’t nowhere to hide
Woah the Devil’s comin’ for us
The Devil’s coming for us all
The Devil’s comin’ for us and there ain’t no one to call
Ain’t no one
Ain’t no one
There ain’t no one to call
But they’re workin til the morning
Whoa they’re working til the morning light
Said they’re workin til the morning and we’re gonna make it through the night
Through the night
Through the night
Gonna make it through the night”

On the Net

To download a digital track of “416” by StillHouse Junkies, visit https://bit.ly/2teHWI2. All track sales will benefit the Community Emergency Relief Fund.
For more information about StillHouse Junkies, visit https://stillhousejunkies.com/.

StillHouse Junkies write song for fire-relief effort

Durango’s StillHouse Junkies, from left, Fred Kosak, Alissa Wolf and Cody Tinnin, have recorded a song, “416,” to help with fire-relief efforts.
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