Equator

Song Description

A letter from a friend in Australia is read over and read into.

Song Length 4:32 Genre Folk - Country
Lead Vocal Male Vocal

Lyrics

Equator
copyright 2003 Richard Popovic

A postmarked letter from south of the Equator
Twelve days in the desert, the wild man pens a tune
He goes to the rocks for shelter, searches desperately for water
Finds it when he needs it, the wild man is in tune

What can I give you my friend you have everything you need
I?ll give you a piece of me to take along


And I?ll write you a traveling song, I?ll write you a traveling song
I?ll write you a traveling song

I ask him, are you running, he writes back, no I?m searching
For those ancient connections, I wish to be consumed
He says loneliness is exquisite but then he asks, can I come visit
Cause sometimes a lonely night can leave a gaping exit wound

Shoulder your pack and start walking north, start making your way
We?ll meet again someday before too long

And I?ll write you a traveling song, I?ll write you a traveling song
I?ll write you a traveling song

I?m not afraid to take him in my arms and hold him, cause he don?t get held enough
Well who gets held enough these days?
I don?t care if it takes us five years, or even longer, till our paths cross one another
All roads are bound to cross someday

And I?ll write you a traveling song, I?ll write you a traveling song
I?ll write you a traveling song (2x)

A postmarked letter from just over the border, he?s getting closer
So I?ll leave my door open

copyright 2003 Richard Popovic
(603) 256-6366
richard@halfthebottle.com


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