Here I Am On The Road Again Mp3

Here I am On the road again There I am Up on the stage Here I go Playin' star again There I go Turn the page Well you walk into a restaurant, Strung out from the road. Here I go, playing star again. Finnclassic 612. There I go, turn the page. Well you walk into a restaurant, strung out from the road, You can feel the eyes upon you as your shaking off the cold You pretend it doesnt bother you, but you just want to explode.

On a long and lonesome highway, east of Omaha
You can listen to the engines
moanin' Out its one note song
You can think about the woman or the girl
You knew the night before
But your thoughts will soon be wandering
The way they always do
When you're ridin' sixteen hours
And there's nothin' much to do
And you don't feel much like riding
You just wish the trip was through
Here I am, On the road again
There I am, Up on the stage
There I go, Playin' star again
There I go, Turn the page
So you walk into this restaurant
Strung out from the road
And you feel the eyes upon you
As you're shaking off the cold
You pretend it doesn't bother you
But you just want to explode
Yeah, most times you can't hear 'em talk
But other times you can
All the same old cliches:
'Is it woman? Is it man?'
And you always seem outnumbered
You don't dare make a stand
Make your stand
Here I am, On the road again
There I am, Up on the stage
Here I go, Playin' star again
There I go, Turn the page
Whoa-oh
Out there in the spotlight, you're a million miles away
Every ounce of energy,
you try and give away
As the sweat pours out your body, like the music that you play
Later in the evenin' as you lie awake in bed
With the echoes of the amplifiers ringin' in your head
You smoke the day's last cigarette
Rememberin' what she said
What she said
What she said
Yeah
Here I am, on the road again
There I am, up on the stage
Here I go, playin' star again
There I go, turn the page
And there I go, turn that page
There I go, yeah
Here I go, yeah
Here I go, yeah
Here I go, yeah
There I go
There I go
And I'm gone
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'Turn the Page' is a song originally released by Bob Seger in 1973 on his Back in '72 album.' Turn the Page' is about the emotional and social ups and downs of a rock musician's life on the road. Seger wrote it in 1972 while touring with Teegarden & Van Winkle. Drummer David Teegarden (of Teegarden & Van Winkle and later the Silver Bullet Band) recalls: We had been playing somewhere in the Midwest, or the northern reaches, on our way to North or South Dakota. Guitarist Mike Bruce was with us. We'd been traveling all night from the Detroit area to make this gig, driving in this blinding snowstorm.

It was probably 3 in the morning. Mike decided it was time to get gas. He was slowing down to exit the interstate and spied a truck stop. We all had very long hair back then - it was the hippie era - but Skip, Mike and Bob had all stuffed their hair up in their hats. You had to be careful out on the road like that, because you'd get ostracized. When I walked in, there was this gauntlet of truckers making comments - 'Is that a girl or man?' I was seething; those guys were laughing their asses off, a big funny joke.

That next night, after we played our gig - I think it was Mitchell, S.D. Seger says, 'Hey, I've been working on this song for a bit, I've got this new line for it. He played it on acoustic guitar, and there was that line: 'Oh, the same old cliches / 'Is that a woman or a man?' ' It was 'Turn the Page.' Jon Bon Jovi has claimed that the song was a big influence on him and Richie Sambora when they were writing their 1986 song 'Wanted Dead or Alive.'