Ramblin Oklahoma Midnight Blues

Story Behind The Song

Jeff and I were driving from Jersey to California on I40 and wrote this late one night

Song Description

traveling song about leaving and trying not to look back

Song Length 6:37 Genre Blues - Rural, Blues - Rock
Lead Vocal Male Vocal Mood Worried, Troubled
Subject Breaking Up, Long Similar Artists The Allman Brothers Band, The Beatles
Language English Era 1970 - 1979


sitting under starry night skies
western 40 rolling past my eyes
there's been too much rain, not enough sunshine
those last 72 hours are
rolling around my mind
well it's been a long road since I left her door
and I don't know if I'm going back anymore
but the stars remind me of her eyes
and that look she gave me haunts me every mile
wondering how I'll ever break the news
Ramblin' Oklahoma Midnight Blues
well all this highway gives me time to think
and I'll change my mind before the sun can sink
this western 40 has so many mile
before I rest again you know I'll see her smile
wondering if I'll ever see it through
Ramblin Oklahoma Midnight Blues
Oh Oklahoma I pray the stars above
Oh Oklahoma Can there be an exit from love

Lyrics Sam Masiello, Jeff Guenther Music Sam Masiello, Jeff Guenther
Producer Sam Masiello Publisher Sam Masiello
Performance Sam Masiello- drums, bass, organ, rythym, vocals; Craig Bowers-slide and lead guitars
This track is on 2 Member Playlists
Playlist Creator Playlist Name Date Added
D.G. Phillips My Top Songs 9/6/2009
Craig Bowers My Top Songs 5/10/2009

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