songs about roving, rambling and plain hard luck & photography from the other side …
don’t let ‚em take who you are boy & don’t try to be who you ain’t

Don’t call what you’re wearing an outfit, don’t ever say your car is broke / Don’t worry about losing your accent, a southern man tells better jokes / Have fun, stay clear of the needle, call home on your sister’s birthday / Don’t tell them you’re bigger than Jesus, don’t give it away (Drive-By Truckers) […]

things end so soon, beneath a parking lot moon

On a brief and starstricken night / On a brief and starstricken night / I called her name on the road from Spokane / On a brief and starstricken night (Joe Pug)

we bounce around like a dream, another sweet in between

Well we can’t have a garden while we’re still on the road / There’s only room on the dash for a gas station rose / You know that when I shut up I got something to say / I was looking at you, you were looking away (Sean Rowe)