Rustbelt Highway Vagabonds

Rustbelt Highway Vagabonds Lyrics Meanings
by Brian McGrath

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Rustbelt Highway Vagabonds Lyrics

We were young and dumb and on the run
Like rustbelt highway vagabonds
And them drunken nights never set us free
Always less than you think and more than you need

Well I'm sometimes sunshine and sometimes shade
Sometimes a sea-storm pulling you beneath my waves
But that ain't me, that ain't me, that ain't me no more
I walk that straight and narrow right to your door...
Sometimes

Want the house, the kids, want the van in the driveway
And all them toys on the floor in the middle of the hallway
Two bottles of red when the kids go sleep
Yeah it numbs my mind, but hell it hurts to think

Oh sometimes sunshine, sometimes shade
Sometimes a sea storm pulling you beneath my waves
But that ain't me, that ain't me, that ain't me no more
I walk that straight and narrow right to your door...
Sometimes

Well folks they move and times must change
But still this life of ours is defined by pain
And like some raven flying with a broken wing
We fall back to Earth while the hero gets hanged

Well I'm sometimes sunshine, sometimes shade
Sometimes a sea storm pulling you beneath my waves
But that ain't me, that ain't me, that ain't me no more
I walk that straight and narrow right to your door...
Sometimes

Writer(s): Brian McGrath
Copyright(s): Lyrics © DistroKid
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