Lex Zaleta | I Want to Be There

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I Want to Be There

by Lex Zaleta

Bob Dylan meets Tom Petty, Eric Andersen, and Weird Al -- in Church
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. In Too Deep
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2. Making It Legal
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3. All Is Not Well
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4. Death Dances
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5. A Hot One
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6. Hoping for More
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7. Time Trembles
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8. An Oxycontin® Tale
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9. Pearl Two
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10. I Took All of the Gifts
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11. The Hardest Part of Hello
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12. I Want to Be There
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13. Come, Follow Me (feat. Sait Koray)
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ALL IS NOT WELL with the world. We are all IN TOO DEEP, and DEATH DANCES over our graves. Forecast for the future? A HOT ONE! We TOOK ALL OF THE GIFTS, and we're still HOPING FOR MORE. Knit one, PEARL TWO ... TIME TREMBLES as our world unravels. AN OXYCONTIN® TALE is on the radio, but MAKING IT LEGAL doesn't make it right. THE HARDEST PART OF HELLO is having to say good-bye. When that roll is called up yonder, I WANT TO BE THERE.

COME, FOLLOW ME!


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