• Artist: tumbleweed mile
  • Title: million
  • Genre: Country - Contemporary/Pop
  • Mood: Laid Back/Groovy
  • Speed: Medium (78-95)
  • Instruments: Distorted Guitar (Heavy, Aggressive), Textures/pads, Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Strings, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 10/6/2011
  • Lyric themes: Hope, Reminiscing, Missing a Loved One, Regret, Loneliness, Reconciliation 2nd Chances
  • Lyric hook: sat down to write a letter, put a pen down 15 years, a lot of river gone beneath that rusty bridge, miles go by and year can fade let the letter forget the love we made, because the stars when black before the morning came
  • Lyrics: Sat down to write a letter put a pen down on fifteen years lot of river’s gone beneath that rusty bridge remember one night lying awake staring up at a drunkard’s moon wondering if you could see it too? miles divide and years can fade but i’ll never forget the night you stayed as the stars went black just before the morning came there’s a million lonely people on a million lonely streets and a million climb the steps to never see there’s a million different answers to million types of questions and time has put a million miles between you and me Sat down to write a letter put a pen down on fifteen years tell you darling how I missed you so... there’s a million ways of saying and a million ways we don’t and a million times we completely missed the boat there’s a million open endings to a million roads to go time has put a million miles between you and me Sat down to write a letter put a pen down on fifteen years lot of rivers gone beneath that rusty bridge miles divide and years can fade but i’ll never forget the love we made as the stars went black just before the morning came
  • Keywords: Bass, Guitar, Nashville

About tumbleweed mile

tumbleweed mile

West Nyack, NY United States

Tumbleweed Mile is the brainchild of
singer/songwriter/guitarist Chris Merola. The origins of Tumbleweed Mile date to the early ‘90s when Rain Deputies, a highly regarded indie/roots outfit fronted by Merola, gave performances in support of their self-titled debut album that garnered raves from both
national and regional press, including a ‘Jackpot Pick!’ in the pages of CMJ. This caught the attention of Coca-Cola, leading to the bands’ song “Somewhere In Between” to be used as the musical ...

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