Streetlights Lyrics - Rocky Votolato

Rocky Votolato Makers cover art
Release information
Release Date: 2006-1-24
Genre: Rock Folk, World, & Country
Style: Folk/Folk Rock/Acoustic/Country Rock/Indie Rock
length: 2:31
We can go and walk in the darkness
Get relief at each
I don't know how much it would cost us

Probably more than I've spent in my whole life
These silly ideas that waste more time than I had to
Loose when I woke up this morning

Seems like I've
Got so much more to loose now than I ever had before
Little beanie-bean with the calculator keys
Can he add

It all up, make it all make sense to me
I've got no idea
How much more time
I've got left if I can't get my mind

The simplest little melody has got me all tangled up
In knots
We can go and walk in the morning

We don't
Need streetlights just a new start
Not paralyzed by
Appearances with big ideas and just way to smart

To walk around on the surface when there's an ocean
Just beneath it's blue-green smile
All the while nothing
Stopping me from jumping in and sinking fast

I'll sing
You to sleep first

CD 1
  • 1 White Daisy Passing
  • 2 Portland Is Leaving
  • 3 The Night's Disguise
  • 4 She Was Only in It for the Rain
  • 5 Uppers Aren't Necessary
  • 6 Wait Out the Days
  • 7 Streetlights
  • 8 Tennessee Train Tracks
  • 9 Goldfield
  • 10 Tinfoil Hats
  • 11 Where We Left Off
  • 12 Makers