Walking Home Again (Live, 2006)

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Recorded live at Shank Hall on May 8, 2006. This track features Dr. Martin Jack Rosenblum (also known as the Holy Ranger) on harmonica.


Last call and a busty blonde gives in
Sucked up in a swig of midnight skin
Sad eyes try to force a thinline smile
Cheap touch and an even cheaper gin

Pants much too tight for her
These lights too bright for her
Quick ride to a place she knows too well
She walks in front of me
Unaware that I can see
Weak lies that she sells to selfish men
And I'm walking home again

Eyes shut to pretend tonight might last
Full moon silhouettes a twilight past
Heart thin and her thoughts begin to spin
Slow drag to forget the touch so fast

Stand slow to a copper glow 'round ten
Late lunch with a few white collar men
Two shots and a new sad song begins
Tick tock and it's half past once-again


from Lost and Found, released May 29, 2013
Words and music by James Tristan Redding. Performed by Union Pulse at Shank Hall in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on May 8 of 2006. Recording taken directly from the sound board. Words and music copyright 2012 by James Tristan Redding. Registered with BMI. All rights reserved.


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Union Pulse Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Founded by singer-songwriter James Tristan Redding, Union Pulse was an idiosyncratic icon at the intersection of Americana, roots rock, and alt-country. The band embodied James Redding's soul bound lyrics and leg bending rhythm. In their decade of recording and touring they released five original albums (and one live EP) and delivered over 700 performances throughout the lower 48 states. ... more

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