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  1. Traveling Song

From the recording Crooked Line

Deb D'Anne/composer, lead vocals, acoustic guitar, Tim Blohm/ acoustic guitar, John H. Skehan III / Mandolin, Kim Williams/harmony vocals, Randy Artiglere/ electric bass, Carey Harmon/ drums and harmony vocals

Lyrics

Drove 100 miles north on this road
With a dulcimer they need to unload
They bought it for its beautiful tone
Now they are tired and they’re getting old

My car don’t run in the rain
My friend is going to fix it again
With a little sunshine
I’ll be on the road in no time

I’m traveling on
I’m on the road to nowhere
I know I will, I‘ll wind up somewhere
And I’m, I’m on the road to nowhere
I know I will, I ‘ll wind up somewhere
On this broken road

Its no surprise I’m on the Northway
Think I’ll spend some, some time in Maine
I like the shipyards and the dolphins
I just hope we, I hope we stay the same

And the dogs will be fine
My friend is going to check from time to time
I need a beer by the sea
And A little serenity

I’m traveling on
I’m on the road to nowhere
I know I will, I‘ll wind up somewhere
And I’m, I’m on the road to nowhere
I know I will, I ‘ll wind up somewhere
On this broken road

Now my cars running fine
I’m leaving rain or shine
Guess I’ll see you a little further down the line..

I’m traveling on
I’m on the road to nowhere
I know I will, I‘ll wind up somewhere
And I’m, I’m on the road to nowhere
I know I will, I ‘ll wind up somewhere
On this broken road