• Artist: The Halley DeVestern Band
  • Title: Semi Sunset
  • Genre: Rock - Roots Rock
  • Mood: Up/Positive, Laid Back/Groovy
  • Speed: Medium (78-95)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 10/6/2011
  • Lyric themes: Traveling, Release Needing Freedom, Music/Art, Determination, Hope, Freedom
  • Lyrics: ARE WE THERE YET? WILL WE EVER BE? BABY, THERE'S NO DESTINATION EXCEPT FOR DESTINY- SEMI SUNSET, THE RIGS ARE DREAMING- YOU CAN SMELL THE GREASE AND THE CINNAMON, YOU CAN HEAR THE KIDDIES SCREAMING- SLEEPING IN YOUR ARMS IN THE BACK OF THE BUS- NO 9-TO-5 TO STAY ALIVE, JUST THE BAND AND US- RISE LIKE A VAMPIRE, SING TO THE MOON-AND AT SEMI-SUNSET AND WE'LL BE PLAYING SOON- AND I SAID LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA- INDIAN GAMBLING, FIREWORKS AND SOUVENIRS- WE'RE RACING 'CROSS THESE ASPHALT SCARS LEFT BY THE TRAIL OF TEARS- UPON A TIME, THIS WAS A DARK AND BLOODY GROUND- NOW THERE'S A MARKER EVERY THIRTY MILES NEXT TO A PLASTIC CLOWN- TRUCK DRIVERS LIMPING IN WITH COWBOY EYES- TRIBES OF CHILDREN SCREAMING IN THEIR OWN WAR CRY- MOM AND DAD HOLDING EACH OTHER IN THE STARBUCK'S QUEUE- AND AT SEMI-SUNSET I'LL BE HOLDING ONTO YOU- NOTHING CHANGES AND NOTHING STAYS THE SAME- THE ONLY THINGS THAT LAST ARE THE NATIVE NAMES- ...BLOOD, SWEAT AND TEARS- FED AND WATERED AMERICA, LAND OF HOPE AND FEAR- WE DID GOOD TONIGHT, LET'S BED ON DOWN- WE'LL COUNT THE CASH IN THE MORNING AND DRIVE TO THE NEXT TOWN- I WAKE UP EARLY AND I WATCH YOU SLEEP-YOU CAN TAKE A PICTURE, BABY, IT'S THE MEMORIES I'LL KEEP- WE'RE JUST GYPSIES AND IT FEELS JUST RIGHT- AT SEMI-SUNSET IT'S GONNA BE OUR NIGHT- (ARE WE THERE YET? I CAN'T SEE THE SIGN-JUST KEEP ON DRIVING AND STAY BETWEEN THE LINES-YOU CAN'T SEE THE WHOLE HIGHWAY, BUT YOU CAN SEE THE NEXT SIGN-JUST KEEP ON DRIVING AND STAY BETWEEN THE LINES...)
  • Keywords: rock, Bass, Guitar

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