• Artist: Jesse MacLeod
  • Title: Southbound
  • Genre: Rock - Pop Rock, Pop - Pop Rock
  • Mood: Laid Back/Groovy
  • Speed: Medium Slow (63-78)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass, Keyboards/Organs
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 10/5/2010
  • Lyric themes: State, Hope, Traveling, Soul Searching, Other, Hope
  • Lyrics: Sunlight sparkling off the ocean surface Waves brushing gently up against the shore I start to sense that I’ve become a different person With yet so many places left to explore So I’m picking up speed in the fast lane Just south of Santa Barbara on the 101 I’ve grown accustomed to these highway lanes Though this lifelong road trip has just begun So I’m heading southbound down the California coastline I’m just heading southbound down this California coastline Would it be too farfetched for me to ever assume That you feel exactly the same way that I do? Would I be completely out of line if I were to say That you’re more than enough for me, yes you’re more than enough for me The Channel Islands beckon my name in the distance This is almost how I want to live But see there’s something that I’ve been missing And that’s a woman to share these moments with So why’d you rent some space inside my head again? At least you’ve given me a song to sing Though I still long for the time, when your road intersects with mine Thinking just maybe you belong with me So I’m heading southbound down the California coastline I’m just heading southbound down this California coastline Would it be too farfetched for me to ever assume That you feel exactly the same way that I do? Would I be completely out of line if I were to say That you’re more than enough for me, yes you’re more than enough for me
  • Keywords: rock, Bass, Guitar
  • Ending type: End Sustain

About Jesse MacLeod

Jesse MacLeod

Fullerton, CA United States

In Between Homes EP

Drawing inspiration from the soulful, earnest croons of Amos Lee and the vulnerable, honest confessions of Ray Lamontagne, Jesse MacLeod has developed a voice heavily influenced by the contemporary singer/songwriters of today. Yet he still pays homage to the folk artists of previous generations. As a child he remembers falling asleep to the sound of his old man playing guitar in the living room. The voices and guitar licks from legends such as Muddy Waters, ...

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