Saw Gandhi written on the bathroom wall at Love’s Truck Stop
Nashville, exit 87
“Be the change you wish to see in the world”
Spites my face thinking ‘bout the girl with a felt tip pen
Changed a dirty stall
For a good time call, a friend
Yeah, call a friend

Everybody wants to make a mark
To love and be loved, throw a spark
A beacon shining in the darkest night
There’s a little light, shining bright
At Love’s Truck Stop

It got me wondering when I read those words in such a place
Some hungry runaway tired and scared
Some diesel hooker without a prayer
Or a jaded writer looking for a song on her way home, again

Everybody wants to make a mark
To love and be loved, throw a spark
A beacon shining in the darkest night
There’s a little light, shining bright

We’re all hopeful pilgrims, weary travelers just passing through
Looking for a sign
Something true, something true

Saw Gandhi written on the bathroom wall at Love’s Truck Stop
Nashville, exit 87
Yeah, this is real, the diesel feel near Nashville
Exit 87

There’s a little light, shining bright
A little light shining bright
A little light shining bright
Shining bright


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