This song is about getting older and coming to grips with change. It's about the yearning for a simpler time mixed with the knowledge that simpler times weren't really better, and that the memory of...
After midnight in a strange town
You hear a strange sound a strange sound
Don't put your head down
Don't put your head down

I have no faith in my fellow man
I cover my torso with a spray on tan
Don't get up I'll ask again
Were you with the raven when

Or are you headstrong and loud
I miss the silence when there is too much sound

I heard you were comin' over
Mountains on top of shoulders (To act real tough to act real tough)
To act real tough to push down boulders
Out of my way I'm gettin' older
Out of my way I'm gettin' older

I miss the leaves when they fall to the ground
I'm way too high up and I can't get back down

Deliver me from the sun (Deliver me from the sun)
The liberal age has begun (Deliver me from the sun)
It was hard but it's been done (It was hard but it's been done)
And in the movies we are won

I miss the leaves when they fall to the ground
I'm way too high up and I can't get back down


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"Strange Town" as written by Josh Augsburger

Lyrics © ST MUSIC LLC

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