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I am the Wanderer
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Country - Americana
Previous peak charts position #69
Previous peak charts position in subgenre #6
Simon George
April 05, 2019
MP3 11.7 MB
320 kbps bitrate
WAV 51.5 MB
5:06 minutes
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I Am the Wanderer Lyrics I stood down by the river-side, jivin’, smokin’ on a fine Louisiana green Thinkin’ on them Cajun girls, how they’re the darkest I’ve ever seen A skid it came upon the shore, it seemed to manifest before my eyes A man he stood upon the bow, his head it seemed to touch the sky He said, “This here’s the SS Blow Your Mind and these fine people are my crew” I said, “Brother, that’s all well and good, but tell me, who the hell just are you?” and he said I am, I am, I am, I am, I am the wanderer We are, we are, we are, we are, we are the melody makers, the singers of songs I am, I am, I am, I am, I am the Gypsy King Let me light your world on fire, and if you can’t stand the heat, get the hell up out the south, baby I stepped right on board, the utopia washed over me as I set adrift upon the deck The captain wore a gamblers brim, we wore a sapphire around his neck He said, “I’ve seen your nightmares, boy, and I’ve walked with you all through your dreams, I’ve seen your fears and all you love but this reality ain’t all it seems No one else can save your soul, you must let yourself be free There is no time, the time is now, my brother can’t you see?” I stood back to the wall, just in order to avoid the fall, as the room rotated round the floor He said, “It takes some adjustment, boy, but give it time and you’ll be back for more” But given time, it seemed to overwhelm my mind, the universe and all its colors true It seems like the dreams of a fantasy, but all at once the truth will come for you Yes, this here’s the SS Blow Your Mind and we fine people are the crew All aboard its all well and good, so tell me, who the hell just are you?
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