"Wichita Skyline" as written by and Shawn/leventhal Colvin....
Down at the train they go to Independence everyday
But anywhere else now seems like a million miles away
And I must have been high to believe that I would ever leave
Now I'm just a flat fine line like the Wichita skyline
I rode on the airstream across the great lonesome afternoon
I wished hard enough to hurt drove fast enough to catch the moon
But I must have been dreaming again 'cause there's nothing around the bend
Except for that flat fine line, the Wichita skyline

As far as Salina I can get that good station from LaRue
I'm searching the dial while I'm scanning the sky for a patch of blue
And I watch the black clouds roll in chasing me back again
Back to the flat fine line, the Wichita skyline


Lyrics submitted by lockett

"Wichita Skyline" as written by John B. Leventhal John Leventhal

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    General CommentVery autobiographical. Shawn Colvin in a video on YouTube, recounts being an artistic loner in a small midwestern town, longing to leave.
    CamelJoneson November 01, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI went to her concert. She said this was about South Dakota, where she was born.
    chimo92on October 25, 2009   Link

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