Michael Bloomer

Michael Bloomer

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Rock - Roots/Rock n' Roll | Northeastern CT, Connecticut, United States
Total Song Plays: 773   
Member Since: 2004
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Song Description

A wistful Traditional Country song about a man torn between his love for the musician's life and his family responsibilities.

Lyrics

Chorus:
Trailer dust, Trailer dust
Trailer dust all in my nose
If I had a choice I'd get out of this place
But my family needs food and clothes
Verses:
I used to be a guitar bum
I play pretty good I'm told
And I rambled around from town to town
Band to band and show to show

Then I met a lady
In love I made her my wife
I took a job in this warehouse
and gave up the ramblin' life


I play my guitar at church now
And sometimes with the boys from work
We drink too much beer an wonder how we got here
A bunch of workin' class jerks

Sometimes I think about leavin'
My job or my family or both
And head down to old Louisiana
To play Blues and Zydeco
But then I look at my children
With their little faces so bright
And then I see that it's all up to me
To give 'em a better life

Song Length
4:29
Genres
Country - Traditional, Country - Honky Tonk
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Miserable, Gloomy

Subject Matter
Regret
Similar Artists
Hank Williams, Johnny Cash
Language
English

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