Wake Up, Wake Up. We’re Almost Home.

“Why don’t more bands tour with a choir?”

Indeed.

Damien Jurado’s haunting voice hints of Boz Scaggs gone into the mystic.

Jurado wrote this along with Richard Melville Hall.

I’m not afraid of going home. (internal link)

“… I’ll decide
In a moment’s time
To turn away
Leave it all behind”

We’re Almost Home at The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles in 2014.

… I’ll decide
In a moment’s time
To turn away
Leave it all behind

… So we climb
So we’re all are told the line
The crowd is home
The treasure found

… So let it go
Wake up, wake up, wake up
We’re almost home
So let it go
Wake up, wake up, wake up
We’re almost home

… Time to scout
When I was a child there
I know at heart
To be at your side

… So we climb
Somewhere I will draw the line
I dream it, too
The stars were mine

… So let it go
Wake up, wake up, wake up
We’re almost home
So let it go
Wake up, wake up, wake up
We’re almost home

… I’ll decide
In a moment’s time
To turn away
Leave it all behind

… So we climb
Somewhere I will draw the line
The crowd is home
The treasure found

… So let it go
Wake up, wake up, wake up
We’re almost home
So let it go

Wake up, wake up, wake up
We’re almost home
So let it go
Wake up, wake up, wake up
We’re almost home
So let it go
Wake up, wake up, wake up
We’re almost home

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