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Another Travelin' Song

Bright Eyes: I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning (2005)

A A D
Well I’m changing all my strings, I’m gonna write another travelin' song.
A E
about all the billion highways and the cities at the break of dawn.
A D
Well I guess the best that I can do now is pretend that I’ve done nothing wrong.
E D A
and dream about a train that’s gonna take me back where I belong.
 
A D
Now the ocean speaks and spits and I can hear it from the interstate -
A E
and I’m screaming at my brother on the cell phone, he is far away.
A D
And I’m saying "nothing in the past or future ever will feel like today -
E D A
until we’re parking in an alley, just hoping that our shit is safe".
D A
So I go back and forth forever;
D A
All my thoughts, they come in pairs.
D C#m Bm
Well I will, I won’t, I doubt, I don’t, I’m not surprised;
D E A
But I never feel quite prepared.
 
A (muted) D (muted)
Now I’m hunched over a typewriter, I guess you’d call that painting in a cave.
A (muted) E (muted)
And there’s a word I can’t remember and a feeling I can not escape
A (muted) D (muted)
And now my ashtray’s overflowing I’m still staring at a clean white page.
E D A
And morning’s at my window and she is sending me to bed again.
 
A D
Well I dreamed of dark on the horizon, I dreamed a desert where the dead laid down.
A D
I dreamed a prostituted child touching an old man in a fast food crowd.
A D
Oh Yeah I dreamt a ship was sinking, there was people screaming all around.
E D A
And I awoke to my alarm clock, it was a pop song, it was playing loud.
D A
So I will find my fears and face them
D A
Or I will cower like a dog.
D C#m
I will kick and scream or kneel and plead,
Bm D E A
I will fight like hell to hide that I’m giving up.


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