Robin Hodson

Robin Hodson

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Rock - General | Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Total Song Plays: 153   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Song Description

Lost in a new country/town or environment. Isolation, loneliness, self-doubt about the future.


Stranger in this Land

Saw the first light of dawn as I drove into town
I was thousands of miles from my home
Sometimes I feel you can never go back
To the life that you had on my own

Seems you can run just as far as you can
Doesn?t stop you from being alone
Sooner or later you have to decide
Where to stop and to make this your home

I feel like a stranger in this land

You?re building a prison of hopes in your dreams
You can never get out of this place
The choices you make are like vines and they grow
All around what you want to replace

Some folks they spend their whole lives on a search
For a meaning that they just can?t see
Others face down the devil and come out on top
I was never so sure about me


Lost in the silence all around
I?m trying to get to you through this sound

Oprah was asking on TV last night
Where the secret of happiness lay
I turned and I shrugged to the person with me
But the truth is that no-one can say

She prayed every day for the answer to come
She?s still waiting as far as I know
I?m not even sure that there?s anything there
But I?m living in hope it will show


Song Length
Rock - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

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