"Wandering Star" as written by and Benjamin Nichols....
The bands are done I should go home
All my friends left a long time ago
The girl serving drinks is the only one I know
I got no good place to go

it's a wandering star that lights my way tonight
On the city streets I call my home
It's a wandering star that lights my way tonight
I follow it 'till I am gone

the streetlights fade and disappear
I can see the stars that are out here
Cross the bridge to the country roads
I'll follow that star wherever it goes

it's a wandering star that lights my way tonight
On the city streets I call my home
It's a wandering star that lights my way tonight
I follow it 'till I am gone

then I wander wherever it might roam
The luckiest star to call my own
And I wander 'till my hearts taken to rest
And my star falls from the sky
'cause falling stars are best


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"Wandering Star" as written by Benjamin Nichols

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    General CommentI love this song anyway...it's one of my favorites. But what I think about most is that I once sang it to John, the bass player, for Lucero. I hadn't intended to and I wasn't trying to audition. It was just after my first Lucero show and John asked me what I was going to be doing and I quoted the song...because it was very much true and fitting. The song means more to me than that, but that's what comes to mind.
    shanieron March 01, 2006   Link
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    General Commentlove it. =)
    yaksordrpepperon November 08, 2006   Link
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    General Commentjust another classic dark lonely lucero song....doesnt get any better than this. I swear to god these guys have changed my life...
    johnyisrocking2222on January 15, 2009   Link

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