Jon Statham

Jon Statham

facebook twitter
Pop - General | Los Angeles, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 530   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

Profile    Songs    Photos    Comments    Connections    Endorsements    Tip Jar   

Sign up for Broadjam today to follow Jon Statham, and be notified when they upload new stuff or update their news!

Plays: 27
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 46
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 13
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 5
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 19
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 16
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 8
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 7
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 2
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 15
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 20
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 45
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 22
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 42
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 26
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 23
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 45
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 15
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 25
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 79
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 14
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays:

16

Song Description

Very current message! Whoever cuts this song will be perceived a prophet of sorts. A man is losing his country, America, to vested interests which are taking away basic rights. He calls America his girl. He is looking for her on the road, as he is being pursued as by the current government for standing up for his Constitutional rights.

Playlists this song is on:
Playlist CreatorPlaylist NameDate Added Reverse Sorted
 
 
Lyrics

Long ago I had a girl - and folks would roam the whole wide world
Just to see her face and shed a tear - and start a brand new life right here

CHORUS:
I had a girl that meant so much to me
I'm on the road in America
I feel all her pain - I see all her beauty
Out on the road in America

Big money man stole her away - he'd start a fire and pretend to save her
From the burning house and full of alarm, she comes running out into his arms

CHORUS

And damned if it don't work every time
You know I'll be there for her - he won't care for her down the line
And she won't change him - he's done this before
And what she don't know today let history show it for sure


I pull into a trucker stop - I need a break from the same old slop
And now I'm eating off of Styrofoam - just a temporary home

CHORUS TWICE

Song Length
3:41
Genres
Country - Alternative, Folk - Country
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Relaxed, Poignant

Subject Matter
Freedom, Road

Similar Artists
James Taylor, Bob Dylan
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Jon Statham
Music Credits Jon Statham
Producer Credits Jon Statham
Publisher Credits Five Pound Opinion Music Publishing
Performance Credits Jon Statham