• Artist: Five Foot Nine
  • Title: Where Am I?
  • Genre: Rock - Pop Rock, Pop - Pop Rock
  • Mood: Up/Positive
  • Speed: Medium (78-95)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Loops/Samples, Horns/Woodwinds/Brass, Bass, Keyboards/Organs
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 10/6/2011
  • Lyric themes: Traveling, Release Needing Freedom, Partying, Confusion, Alcohol
  • Lyric hook: Where am I, where am I, where am I bound?
  • Lyrics: Where Am I? Where Am I? Where Am I bound? Shall I save a seat on this train for you? Shall I save a space where I’m bound? --Where I’m bound… You won’t need no traveling clothes…couture. You won’t need that coat where we’re bound. –Way on down… Can’t you feel the pressure…in your neck and shoulders? --Got to set that baggage down. That baggage down… And take… A day off… And no I ain’t washed my hair. It’s cocktail hour. At least it must be somewhere. It’s 5 o’clock. So we relocate there… For cocktails. Where Am I? Where Am I? Where Am I bound? Where Am I? Where Am I? Where Am I bound? --Super saver fare can take us there beside the water cross the border Where the skies don’t piss down rain quite like this… day… off. And no I ain’t washed my hair. It’s cocktail hour. At least it must be somewhere. It’s 5 o’clock. So we relocate there… For cocktails. Shall I cut some slack in this chain for you? Shall I make some space where I’m bound? -Where I’m bound. You won’t feel no sniffle nor sneeze—ka-choo. You won’t feel this cold where we’re bound –Way on down… I can’t get no sleep here; I can’t sink in deep here; Only tip-toe up and down. –Up and down. Set that baggage down. Set that baggage down. set that baggage down…
  • Keywords: upbeat, positive, rock, Bass, Brass, Guitar, Youth

About Five Foot Nine

Five Foot Nine

Chicago, IL United States

Five Foot Nine

Michael Hushel is the songwriter and front-man for the critically-acclaimed Chicago band
Five Foot Nine. Brimming with engaging melodies, and sharp, storytelling lyrics, Michael's buoyant compositions have gotten radio airplay at over 100 AAA and college radio stations around the country, and drawn praise from such websites and magazines as LostAtSea.net; TheFireNote.com; The Onion; Time Out Chicago and others.
There's unusual variety to the material as well, from the instantly-likeable contemporary pop-rock of the two ...

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