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the travelers song
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places i have been...raleigh was really, one fine place...also to my good friends dave & shali davis, their babies-thyler-sierra, and family...
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Acoustic - Acoustic Folk
Charts #2,499 in subgenre today (peak #5)
Previous peak charts position #28
shaun hull
May 25, 2007
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Story behind the song
i heard a song by fellow musician al scortino once called simple folk and just loved it...it inspired me to write this one...it is a song of firsts really, first time i used a mandolin player(willie hunton)first time i used a harp player (kevin "duty free" derois) and the first time i used a female backup (linda katsaros)... they are such great musicians and being around artists is being around everything... =z= credits: shaun hull: 6 & 12 string guitars, lead vocals- linda katsaros: harmony vocals- lonnie griffis: bass- willie hunton: mandolin- kevin derois: harp- ray casavan: drums-
the travelers song been from Maine to California from Chicago to the Keys through Seattle down to Georgia to New England and Tennessee stood along the Shenandoah walked knee high in Puget Sound fished for days in the Atlantic and Okeechobee with no one around and I can hear freedom bells ringing from one sea to shining sea i'll always praise the ones who gave life in our quest for liberty spent some time down in New Orleans and Raleigh sure was one fine place stood on the mountains out in Boulder and while in Boston watched a human race felt all our history while in D.C. watched NASCAR race in Alabam' hiked the beauty of Virginia played my guitar with Uncle Sam road with the cowboys down in Texas and in Miami watched the dolphins play there's just no better place to live life than when you live it in the USA you know I've seen a thousand places from Antietem to Wounded Knee man I sure do love this country it sure feels great to be free repeat chorus 2x...fade