"Comin' From Tucson" as written by Patrick Carrie, Justin Entsminger, Robert Maclean and Matthew Stephens....
It's a long quiet drive, when we take it at night.
Back and forth again, all night.
It's been a long, long night.
I'm still trying to figure out how she slept in my car again, all night.

Back in the back, everyone hit the sack.
With boxes to the ceiling,
We're working in the morning.

I can't imagine that we won't miss this,
Coming from Tucson with everyone sleeping.

It was a long quiet drive.
Yeah, we took it last night, over the Colorado river.
A sleepy stop in nowhere with switchblades and potted plants.
The sun comes up in San Diego after the fog rolls in.


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"Comin' from Tucson" as written by Matthew Stephens Justin Entsminger

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    General Commentthis song is about how limbeck had to play a show then drive a couple hours back home after the show to wake up for work the next morning...amazing band, good live too!
    ryan...isarealboyon November 09, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis song deserves to be on EVERY road trip mix CD.
    UHmericanKitschon December 11, 2007   Link

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