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Shady Lane
Shady Lane
(R. Wuagneux)
Shady lane's a callin the whisper's in the trees
it's the kind of place where all the people say please
There's no charge for admission Everything is for free
the sidewalks and the park are all free from debris

We don't grow in population we just change our names
we ain't got no courts cause we all accept the blame
Well we 're a sharing our dreams and we're a sharing our stash
and in the nearby creek we all do splash
we don't dig French fries just country mashed
our laughter and our songs are our ready cash
when we roll our dice its always seven come eleven
the food we grow tastes like manna from Heaven
It's down to Shady Lane that's where the real life's born.

What we're taking from the ground we always put back
it's 300 miles to the nearest railroad track
when one of us is down the other picks up the slack
we're rainbow people red, yellow, white, and black
Well strangers have come and strangers have gone
but we don't compete to see who has the best lawn.
It's down to Shady lane
that's where the real life's born
Short Song Description:
Life can be wonderful
Long Song Description:
Take a look at the nice things that are possible
Story Behind the Song:
I was tired of hearing about all the bad news all of the time from the stupid media
Lyric Credits: Robert Wuagneux
Music Credits: Robert Wuagneux
Producer Credits: Robert Wuagneux
Publisher Credits: Robert Wuagneux
Performance Credits: Robert Wuagneux
Label Credits: Independent
Song Length: 2:35
Primary Genre: Blues-Rock
Secondary Genre: Rock-Roots/Rock n' Roll
Tempo / Feel: Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Imagination
Subject Matter 2: Celebration
Mood 1: Sociable
Mood 2: Glad
Language: English