Andrew Gordon | Turnpike Exit 14A

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Turnpike Exit 14A

by Andrew Gordon

Thought-provoking and funny songs about modern life
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Turnpike Exit 14A
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2. Teacher Teacher
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3. Old and Gray
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4. My Little Bird
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5. Succeed in the Emergency Room
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6. For Alex
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7. Pomonok Rock
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8. Putting in the Time
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9. Don't You Cry Girl
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10. Senior Trip
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11. Agnostic's Song
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12. Grandma
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I used to catch the bus about 6:30 AM in Jersey and I would try to sleep, mark homework, or write lessons on the way in, anything to avoid thinking about the ten hour day in front of me. Monday was the worst, with a whole week of endless days disappearing into the earth like the Lincoln Tunnel.

One consolation was the camaraderie of fellow commuters. We were literally all in the same boat together, battling sleep-deprivation and struggling to make ends meet. Several times I saw people on the bus crying. Maybe someone close to them was sick or dying. Maybe they were going through a break-up or divorce. Or maybe they were just feeling terribly trapped, sitting on the bus another painful morning, waiting to get into the Lincoln Tunnel and a place they didn’t want go.


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