Driving Towards The Daylight

I came accross this live,  accoustic version of my favorite Joe Bonamassa song and thought you might like to hear it. (The costumes of the backup singers are just a bit unusual)

 

Driving  Towards The Daylight, the Lyrics:

by Joe Bonamassa

Look upon a mountain
Waitin’ on a train
Baby I know what’s wrong
And it still happened again
Waiting on my destiny
Learning from my abilities
Who was wrong and
Who was right and
Do we even know why we are fighting?
So take your eyes off of me
And look upon the churning sea
Driving towards the daylight
Running from the midnight
Trying to get my way home
Running from the spotlight
Trying to find the daylight
Trying to get back home
Rusty strings on my old guitar
Speaks volumes of who you are
So never did I think it was you
It was me, one of the chosen few
Who will it be, oh the next time?
Hopefully one with more sense of mind
So where did you go?
Always will see
It’s a story of you and me
Driving towards the daylight
Running from the midnight
Trying to
The original, studio version:
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About A Simple Village Undertaker

I am just a simple, village undertaker back living in Aiken, South Carolina, USA who likes to share the view out of my window.
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7 Responses to Driving Towards The Daylight

  1. About a month ago Iowa PBS had this concert on tv. It was pretty neat!

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  2. Debra says:

    I really enjoyed this! So glad you shared, and wish I’d seen the PBS concert!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Delightful post, thank you for sharing. ☺☺☺

    Liked by 1 person

  4. daisymae2017 says:

    Nice lyrics to the song. Thanks for sharing them

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