Bob Nesom
Revere Cruisin'
Lyrics
Hey, it's been a while!

Back on the Road
Just like we use to do
Light it up
And throw the radio on

Let's go to the sea
Sitting on the wall my friends and me
Makin' believe all our dreams are free

I knew the years would fly
But I thought I would always try
I do but its sometimes hard
To be young in and out
Without any doubt

Where did he go?
She married a friend of his
I wanted to know
But now I don't care

And here I am
Cruisin' in my imagination
With my fascination with change

I sometimes think of when you made me laugh
Always believin' it would always last
I feel young but I'm older now
Now my imagination
Is now with hesitation

I think we're lost
Did we take a wrong turn somewhere?
But the night is young and spring in the air

Hey a route 1 sign!
Leads back to Revere
But home is never there to return

I knew the years would fly
But I thought I would always try
I do but its sometimes hard
To be young in and out
Without any doubt

Where is Revere?
Now to me it seems so clear
Where is Revere?
Far away but always here

Where is Revere?
Where is Revere?
Where is Revere?
Where is Revere?

Far away, always here!
Far away, always here!
Far away, always here!
Far away, always here!

Credits
Lyrics Credits: Bob Nesom
Music Credits: Bob Nesom
Producer Credits: Charles Vitale
Publisher Credits: Bob Nesom
Performance Credits: Made in Revere
Label Credits: Merrymen Productions
Description
Short Song Description:
About missing growing up in my town, Revere, Massachusetts.
Long Song Description:
Between you changing and your home town changing, it seems like you can't ever go back. Yet, in a way, you feel the old town is there when you hold on to your memories.
Story Behind the Song:
When I moved from Revere and returned, it just didn't feel the same but being back somehow makes me closer to memories.
Metadata
Song Length: 3:00
Primary Genre: Rock-Hard Rock
Secondary Genre: Rock-Classic
Tempo: Fast (151 - 170)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Change
Subject Matter 2: City
Mood 1: Restless
Mood 2: Disconcerted
Language: English
Era: 2000 and later