Travelin' Blues

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A "Pre-Nashville" song, that's been - like a lot of 'em - re-written some. I wrote this one in '93 as a Southern Rock style song . . . it's also on "Creekside Collection" (by Firefly Creek) done acoustic style. They say that a good song can be done in many different styles and work . . . works for me!

- Jeffrey Scott Stewart

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TRAVELIN' BLUES

Goin' down the road
Goin' down the road
To make it to another show
Goin' down the road
I've got to pay my dues
With the travelin' blues

I'm gonna sing my songs for people from all around
I've got to play my tunes in town after town
Some men would love to wear my shoes
But every time I say good-bye to you
I get the travelin' blues

Good-bye to my home
Good-bye to my home
Sometimes I feel so all alone
(When I say) good-bye to my home
I live the life I choose
But I've got the travelin' blues

I'm gonna sing my songs for people from all around
I've got to play my tunes in town after town
Some men would love to wear my shoes
But every time I say good-bye to you
I get the travelin' blues

I'm gonna sing my songs for people from all around
I've got to play my tunes in town after town
Some men would love to wear my shoes
But every time I say good-bye to you
I get the travelin' blues

Travelin' blues

Written by Jeffrey Scott Stewart
Copyright 1993 Blue Clover Music (ASCAP)

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from Concrete Jungle, releases May 10, 2020
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Jeffrey Scott Stewart Houston, Texas

Originally from Southern California, and now - after sixteen years of "seasoning" in Nashville, Tennessee - based in Houston, Texas.

Jeff has had his songs heard in movies, documentaries, television and radio from Australia to Seattle to Switzerland.

Live performances feature a wide variety of original music using guitar, tenor banjo, accordion, mandolin, violin, ukelele and harmonica.
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