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Published on Feb 25, 2010
The Gathering Field was a great '90s band from Pennsylvania that got some airplay but not enough. This is their best song, "Lost In America." If you need to put it on your iPod you can download it for free at the band's website: http://www.gatheringfield.com
Snow on the railroad tracks Dogs in the moonlight Stoned out on Kerouac Tryin' to get it just right
A phone in a dim lit room Rings out forever In a time that was still too soon But why should he care? He had a rambling soul He drank a bottle of cheap wine Turned up his collar to the cold And waited, he waited for a sign
Fueled by amphetamines And visions of beauty As far as the eye could see Was all that he strived for
A waitress in Tennessee Said he looked like Jesus He silenced her raging sea Then walked out the door He had a rambling soul He drank a bottle of cheap wine Turned up his collar to the cold And waited, he waited for a sign
Under an open sky He stands with his eyes closed If anyone asked him why He would not know He's lost in America Hell bent for no place A rusty harmonica That won't even play He's lost in America...