Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Traveling on the outskirts of oblivion


This phrase comes from a song called “Mark Twain” by Michael Joy. 

I feel like I’m on the outskirts of oblivion at times. 

I tried to find a youtube clip of the song but there doesn’t appear to be one available. I’ve never seen his performance but I really like the lyrics to this song. 

You can find the song and its lyrics on his web page.

I might just do a little traveling on the outskirts.

another circus 

9 comments:

savannah said...

i'll give him a listen, sugar! thanks. xoxox

frau said...

According to my hubby I need to lighten up so may traveling the road of oblivion is not so bad!!

OneStonedCrow said...

Hehe yes, the title creates a resonance in my head ...

secret agent woman said...

I don't think I'm quite ready for oblivion.

unknownmami said...

Happy trails.

Nita said...

 Just listened to the song, I really like it. At times the outskirts are nice, but then maybe the center would be better :D

TechnoBabe said...

I found one song called Bakersfield on iTunes, so I checked out his site. 

Jene said...

Are you on vacation? Did I miss something? You've been absent from blogland, hope all is ok.

Mrs4444 said...

I'm very curious about the fact that more and more lately, I'm seeing Mark Twain references. Hmmmm

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