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away

And the petals start to fade by the picket fences
Just another shade of miles and miles to go
And the tears forever flow

And the petals
and down a silly ladder run the notes, without the words
Words are important for the mind, but the notes are for the soul
Miles Davis, So what
Cannonball,
Miles Davis blows his horn, 
When Ravi Shankar plays
It's all down home
But it's all meat on the same bone
It's all meat on just one bone
When Erkel
night
'Cause it's nine hundred miles where I'm goin'.
And I hate to hear that lonesome whistle blow
'Cause I'm nine hundred miles from my home.

Well
buy you pay every week
'Cause they'd just as soon blow you away
And you turn out the light that you read by
You pray that you're one of the few
When
Every time that cold wind blows
Every time I hear that sound
Late night trains shunting down by the river
I remember windy town
Every time that cold
morning on some Illinois road
I fell asleep at the wheel,
But was quickly wakened up by a 'Ma Bell'
Telephone pole, and a bunch of Grant Wood
Faces
got miles and miles to go before I sleep
Before I can feel anything, before I'm free
I got miles and miles to go before I sleep

Wind blows, covers
When Miles Davis blows his horn, 
When Ravi Shankar plays
It's all down home
But it's all meat on the same bone

It's all meat on just one bone
by your side
But I'm just about a moonlight mile on down the road

Made a rag pile of my shiny clothes
Gonna warm my bones
Gonna warm my bones
I got
Suitcase packed no letters and away I go

Flames blow away our memories up in smoke

And now it's time
For miles and miles

And I'll be going until I
political dreams
Not another excuse
Don't need another love song We need a love bomb

To just blow us away
To freakin' blow all the lights out
Turning night
Old Train, I can hear your whistle blow
And I want to be jumping on again
Old Train, I've been everywhere you go
And I know what lies beyond each
(C.W. McCall, Bill Fries, Chip Davis)

Now Arnold Jones an' MaryBeth Jensen's in a 'Vette down by the Deep Rock
Had John Denver on the 8-track,
Don't know when it started
Don't know how
Should have found out
Should have happened by now

Got these lines
On my face
After all this time
And i
living to be lying by your side 
But I'm just about a moonlight mile on down the road 

Made a rag pile of my shiny clothes 
Gonna warm my bones
a fat chance
You see black faces in my rap pages
Larry Davis, Angela Davis or Ossie Davis

Yeah, welcome to the show, it's Talib Kweli, so amazing
whales do blow.
From Gale Huntington's book- Songs the Whalemen Sang. Collected
From logbook of Ship Bengal, journal of Ira Poland, 1832.
Recorded by A. L.
face
Blinded by the sorrow

How can I be smiling like before
When baby, you don't love me anymore

Say it isn't so
Tell me you're not leaving
Say
Afrika Bambaataa, Miles motherfucking Davis, sister Assata Shakur
Once known as Joanne Chesimard, Robert Townsend, Nelson Mandela
Karreem Adul-Jabbar,
banner
up into the sky/ Miles Davis blows a horn 
Look into the bleachers/ It's Bill Clinton sellin popcorn
so now we jump! and we have a celebration!
a mile from heaven you dropped me back
Down to this cold, cold world

A female Shakespeare of your time
With looks to blow Picasso's mind
You were
If you miss the train I'm on
You will know that I am gone
You can hear the whistle blow a hundred miles
Lord I'm one, Lord I'm two, Lord I'm
It`s the way it`s been done since the old days
It`s hauling by hand ten miles out
from the land where their chow waits
All the days get so lonely
breaker Pig-Pen, this here's The Duck Uh, you wanna back off them hogs 10-4, 'bout five mile or so, 10-roger Them hogs is gittin' in-tense up here By