Where've The Years Gone?

Song Description

The song evokes the Voodoo Queen, Bourbon Street and Tennesse Williams to recall a lost love.

Song Length 4:29 Genre Folk - Alternative, World - Asian
Tempo Slow (71 - 90) Lead Vocal Male Vocal
Mood Depressing, Poignant Subject Divorce, Sorrow
Similar Artists David Gray, James Taylor Language English
Era 2000 and later

Lyrics

Walking down Bourbon Street. A dozen years back or so it seems. At the Voodoo Museum, we bowed to the prayers of the Voodoo Queen. Waltzing Dionysus on Fat Tuesday. The garbage was good that year. From the Orpheus we threw pearls and beads as we threw our tangled lives away. Down by the big big wheels where the Mississippi flows, I don't know if I really loved you so. I guess it should be clear by now, but it's hard to know. Where have the years gone? Took a page out of a Gibran letter. Took a low ride with you on a streetcar named Desire. But streetcars don't go there anymore. And at the cemetery, by the grave of Marie, we poured an ancient bowl of spirits and holy ghosts. But even so...

Lyrics Pete Teo Music Pete Teo
Producer Ronan Chris Murphy Publisher O.P. Redbag Music S.P. Warner Chappell Music
Performance Pete Teo Label Redbag Music
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