Who Sang That’s Why I Wear Black? Steve Wynn

Steve Wynn Fluorescent cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1993
Genre: Rock Folk, World, & Country
Style: Folk Rock/Alternative Rock
length: 3:29
guest background vocals: Duane Jarvis

Now the highway's gone and the signs are bare
And the bad wind blows no good
And the roads aren't headed anywhere
Like I always thought they would

Out in the fields that cold rusted steel
Has jumped the track
And there won't be no returning now
That's why I wear black

In my mind there's a picture of Sally-Anne
She's the last, she was the first
Now she's dead or in the arms of another man
And I'm not so sure what's worse (ch)

In my dreams there's a road that leads me home
In my dreams I'm turning back
But my dreams they fade and the chains remain
That's why I wear black

CD 1
  • 1 Follow Me
  • 2 Collision Course
  • 3 Carelessly
  • 4 Carry a Torch
  • 5 Open the Door
  • 6 Older
  • 7 Layer by Layer
  • 8 That’s Why I Wear Black
  • 9 Wedding Bells
  • 10 The Sun Rises in the West
  • 11 Look Both Ways
  • 12 Never Ending Rain