"Travelin Man" as written by Gregory Jamie, David Rogers-berry, Gabe Darling, Jesse Newman and Bob Pycior....
Although it wasn't mine to keep
I ripped your dress from last nights sleep
You fell to bed I woke you up,
Now all I've done will do you wrong.
I drank the wine from years long gone,
No one here is left to call me friend.
There's judgement in these bones I creek,
against the pines about a week.
What I have was not at home,
now the places where I roam.
keep me for the years long gone,
now there is no one to call me friend.
I felt a burn inside my skin,
the open sky did pull me in.
I felt no joy inside my heart
I'm not ashamed of who I am,
although I'm just a travlin man.
Now nobodys left to call me friend.
The blood I had was not my own,
it's full of deaf and emty song.
The bells did ring but not for me.
I'm not ashamed of who I am am,
although I'm just a travlin man.
Got nobody left to call me friend.
Got nobody left to call me friend.


Lyrics submitted by som3wh4td4m4g3d

"Travelin Man" as written by Gregory Jamie, David Rogers-berry, Gabe Darling, Jesse Newman, Bob Pycior

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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