"Inn Town" as written by and Wandscher Ryan Adams....
Parking lot, movie screen. I can't feel anything
Cigarette, beat up tv, I can't feel anything.
Now that I'm,
I'm in town
I feel fine
Fine for now
Hang around with the people I used to be
Hang around on a corner waiting to go, have a seat
Now that I'm
I'm in town
I feel fine
Fine for now
Fifty cents, or a dollar three
I don't owe you anything.
Spent a life on a heart
That would rather not feel anything
I can try. I can see.
I can want it to be
I can laugh. I can feel.
I can't see anything without dreaming
It's just like a dream
I can feel
I can't see anything that seems real
Now that I'm
I'm in town
I feel fine
Fine for now

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"Inn Town" as written by Ryan Adams Wandscher

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    General CommentSeems as though this song is about the speaker coming back to (presumably) his hometown after many years away. Everything feels different than what it used to be. He seems to have no more emotional attachments to the town. There also seems to be a former love (first that starts out "Fifty cents...) that he doesn't want anything to do with anymore. The town he once new only exists in his dreams.
    RobotRockon March 25, 2008   Link

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