Who Sang 1729 Broadway? Echolyn

Echolyn Cowboy Poems Free cover art
Release information
Release Date: 2000-6
Genre: Rock
Style: Prog Rock
length: 6:02

Mame, I send you kisses for my boys
Tell them pappa's well, but misses them to death
How could I forget those little curls
Dew-Drop be good for pop and he'll surprise you girls
Mame, you're right there is no place like home
These have been the longest days I've lived
I wish this was my last week here
At least your letters help this place to disappear

Tell Furey, Ned, and Billy Knox I asked for them
Billy wants me to come home
There's work with him again
I don't like this place, can't call it home without you
There's an empty space in my heart without you

Mame, I send you my heart with all its aches
It's too weak to hold up, too proud to break
I wish I had one of you here
This place would turn around, this place would disappear

I feel so lonesome
I would give a year of my life to see the children

CD 1
  • 1 Texas Dust
  • 2 Poem #1
  • 3 Human Lottery
  • 4 Gray Flannel Suits
  • 5 Poem #2
  • 6 High as Pride
  • 7 American Vacation Tune
  • 8 Swingin' the Ax
  • 9 1729 Broadway
  • 10 Poem #3
  • 11 67 Degrees
  • 12 Brittany
  • 13 Poem #4
  • 14 Too Late for Everything