“Sick on the I-5 with you on my mind…”
A blend of acoustic instruments, white noise, and an echoing voice organic in tone makes “Highway Blues” the perfect song to put on Repeat. You’ll listen to this song when you’re on a roadtrip by yourself, when you’re just feeling lightly melancholy about life in general, or perhaps when you’re wanting to learn something new and simple on the guitar. And you’ll listen to this with the memories of someone else on your mind.
Do I speak from experience? These are the questions worth asking.
Great fields, they pass, made of greener grass.
My neck fights my will to not look back.
At everything that I never had and now will never have.
Just promise to let me know if you come around.
I won’t be too far from Torrance, California.
I’ll come to you at the moment I hear your call.
I’ll pick you up in your truck, this time no hesitation.
Pensive perfection. You can find this song on Seahaven’s album Reverie Lagoon: Music For Escapism Only.