The title or lyrics have to mention something about travel (how) or places (name), i.e.: "Arizona" ~~ Mark Lindsey (place name) or "Leaving on a Jet Plane" ~~ John Denver (how.) I'm not sure how you feel if a theme word or connection would work or matter. I think I will start the thread and as for the rest, we'll see how it plays out! It may die a quick and painless death, or maybe it will work.
i.e.: (Name the title and who sang this song); the next post could be just the title and artist if it names a place or how and the artist. If anyone has any suggestions to improve this concept, please make a comment .
But if that's how you're gonna leave Straight out from underneath Then we'll see who's sorry now If that's how it's gonna stand, when You know you've been depending on The one you're leaving now
I might be making this too difficult. See if you can guess what the song title and artist is from the previous poster's posted lyrics (alliteration aside ). Next, you post lyrics referencing the topic for the next poster to try and answer.
In my opinion "Walk" is a means of traveling. The onlyrequirement (that I have come up with, unless someone comes up with a suggestion) is that the title or lyrics name a "place" or a means of motion, i.e.: "Walk."
I hope it lasts awhile! LOL If you have any suggestions, i.e.: connections ;o) feel free to make them. My original concept was names of places and then expanded it to a means of travel, so any thoughts are more than welcome. Good to see you back again!
I thumbedmy way from LA back to Knoxville I found out those bright lights aint where I belong I thumbedmy way from LA back to Knoxville I found out those bright lights aint where I belong I thumbed my way from LA back to Knoxville I found out those bright lights aint where I belong "Smoky Mountain Rain" ~~ Ronnie Milsap
Now, this drifter's world goes 'round and 'round And I doubt it's ever gonna stop, But of all the dreams I've lost or found