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Lost In Seattle (Original Song)

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Published on Sep 9, 2009

This song was inspired by personal experience. A cute hippie girl slipped me a dose on a hot summer day at a Dead show...hours later I found myself wandering aimlessly...a "Fear & Loathing in Seattle" experience, complete with the Space Needle dancing along to the drums. I recently told the story about it on a BlogTV show I was doing, and it inspired me to write about it.

I hope y'all enjoy it...

peace, jamie


Lost in Seattle

It couldve been anywhere, back in 1995
Was one of the last shows when Capt. Trips was still alive
I was walking around all day down on Shakedown Street
Nothin but rainbows and smiles from everyone Id meet

She was so beautiful, just like that summer day
She quenched my thirst, and gave me a hug as I walked away
Bout an hour or so later, I was feelin mighty fine
As the sun went down all the colours and rainbows started dancin through my mind

Later on in the evening, the drums beating ever loud
Fires burning everywhere, and I got so lost in the crowd
Lost everything and everyone that I knew that afternoon
Found myself lyin under a tree howlin up at the moon

Next thing I remember I was falling thru a hole in time
Had to get back to the way it wasI went looking for a sign
Maybe flying in a yellow taxicab the Needle dancing in the wind
With the gentle chime of a silver bell and I was back on the ground again

Chorus..
And in the darkness, following a broken rainbow
And in the night time I was stumbling through the streets
All the answersso close that I can almost reach them
Lost in the Seattle night

Words and Music by Jamie Gray
©2009 Jamie Gray Music All Rights Reserved

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