The Gods of Rock and Roll

from by Trains Across the Sea

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OVERWORKED: So what do you do, boy?
ANDY: I play my guitar!
OVERWORKED: No, I mean on the weekdays,
The career that'll take you far
ANDY: Well it seems, old man, you've missed the point
I am not my job

So if I sang a song would you sing along to The Gods of Rock and Roll?

OVERWORKED: But what about new TVs?
ANDY: I've got my windows!
OVERWORKED: Then how could you be happy
without these fancy clothes?
ANDY: If I get holes in my old clothes
I'll give those holes a sew

And if I sang a song would you sing along to The Gods of Rock and Roll?

ANDY: So what do you say, old man?
OVERWORKED: Well I like this here guitar...
ANDY: So learn yourself a few chords,
Keep blowin' on that harp
OVERWORKED: Well it seems, my boy, you might have a point
This feels good in my soul

So if I sang a song would you sing along to The Gods of Rock and Roll?

credits

from Greetings From The Peach District, released May 9, 2009
Kevin Ashba: organ
Rob Denomme: banjo, electric guitar
Nina Hernandez: stomps
Megan Leigh Barnard: stomps
Eric Nassau: vocals
Jim Stehli: vocals

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Trains Across the Sea Columbus, Ohio

Trains Across the Sea is the musical output of Andy Gallagher.

He also co-wrote "SEMI FAME: The Truck Route to Broadway."

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