"Before We Turn to Dust," San Francisco based songwriter Sean Hayes' newest release was written and recorded in the same year he became a father. You can hear the love and struggle throughout. In one moment Hayes is singing "you may spend all your money before you turn to dust / but you'll never spend all your love.” In the next moment, reminiscent of Bill Withers' classic "Ain't No Sunshine When She's Gone," he flips it with his line "I miss her when I'm gone / but I've got to make my money," and goes on to intone "bring it home, bring it home, bring it home / to my lady and my baby."
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