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SocietyFringePodcast's podcast

Dave and Brian are using this podcast to roll out their 80 song rock opera entitled APOCALYPSE TOMORROW. They'll alternate songs with podcasts that consist of conversations that start out about the song and then lead to wherever. Both fellas are pop culture junkies, mainly scifi and any entertainment that has achieved cult status. Mainly they're aging rock and roll guys who are STILL banging around Society's Fringes looking for a way in.
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May 22, 2017

HIGHWAY HOME (CANON IN C MAJOR)

Pachelbel

Populated isolation love starvation indignation

Stirring to indecision

Life is death is right is wrong

Is precious now but not for long

Changing through the transition

If love is hate I can't relate

Take and give and give and take

No suicide here concentrate

Straining for a salvation

Nowhere's home I been forsaken

Nowhere's hope so desperation

Life breath to a redemption

Highway home to my maker

I'd love to love the human race

In an ugly world devoid of grace

Humanity if just a trace

Enough already repeal replace

Sleep where I fall

Dreams don't come at all to the wicked

Drop the clip I'm full of spite

I rest upon this putrid sight

Standing up for the first time

For revenge or for elation

For a love or stimulation

Let that sucker go for the last time

Highway home to my maker

 

4 Comments
  • over a month ago
    made hood
    For my musical ears...Dave is channeling the creative moment that inspires brilliance in that solo. His guitar licks are fluid and felt...improvisation lives there..and he knocks on its door.
    I really, really feel Highway Home's lyrics. I get images of despair and hopelessness wrapped in, and around thick distorted walls of optimism. For me I like the way 'If love is hate, I can't relate' is momentarily introspective before it transitions into the contrasting and catchy 'Take and give and give and take'. The hook, if I may say so, is here.
  • over a month ago
    Bob sipes
    Man. We should have pulled a dual solo!!!
    Really skynyrd it out.
  • over a month ago
    Deborah Russell
    Yes! Background music to a Hallway Home Improvement Project - it has a place in my heart but it is non-the-less a great song! It is nice to have the lyrics in front of me as I listen this time.
  • over a month ago
    Kurt Deemer
    Heavy twisted lyrics. Starts with classical motif and ends like skynard- something only SFP can pull off!