Alison Rice

Alison Rice

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Folk - Country | Portland, Oregon, United States
Total Song Plays: 262   
Member Since: 2006
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Song Description

Introspective look at a past shared with a major love.

Story Behind the Song

A true divorce story.

Lyrics

I?m taking a trip down that memory interstate
Got our tapes on the boom box, you know that it?s hard not to listen to them sometimes
Some lyrics soothe me, some make me blue
But I know for a while, long ago, what we had was true.
We still keep in touch, but I really don?t know you.

Your name has been changed, it?s something about newfound innocence
There?s a boy with your eyes now, he helps you deny any past that might come and haunt you
For me it?s too easily brought back to mind
And the music we made, stands the test of time
I think I?ll sit down, play those old songs one more time?

I?m traveling, I?m traveling down, I?m traveling, down?
That memory interstate
There?s some pictures I look at you know that it?s hard not to think about us sometimes
A love can?t survive so much anger and pride
But the music we made, stands the test of time
Me I sit down, play those old songs, from time to time, listen?

Song Length
3:13
Genres
Country - Alternative, Folk - Country
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Poignant, Composed

Subject Matter
Divorce, Sorrow

Similar Artists
Linda Ronstadt, Patsy Cline
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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