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Teahouse On The Tracks

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  1. The next six songs describe his adventures along the way, In the last song, "Teahouse On The Tracks", the narrator lands in dismal Flytown where he must decide whether to bail out or to rally and continue moving into the unknown. Inlay folder with photos, lyrics & credits.
  2. Teahouse On The Tracks Lyrics. Out on the fringe. Where the shallows meet the scratchlands. Out where hope and the highway ends. You can park or cruise. Both ways you lose. This is flytown now my friend. You take a walk on bleak street. Tonight could be the night you crash/10(18).
  3. Listen online to Donald Fagen - Teahouse on the Tracks and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists.
  4. Teahouse on the tracks lyrics: Out on the fringe Where the shallows meet the scratchlands Out where hope and the highway ends You can park or cruise Both .
  5. Dec 16,  · The narrative for “Teahouse On The Tracks” is explained by Fagen himself, whereby our hero of the Kamakiraid story “lands in dismal Flytown where he must decide whether to bail out or to rally and continue moving into the unknown.”.
  6. Jul 17,  · Teahouse On The Tracks We departed from Lhasa, Tibet and headed west towards Yamdrok Lake (Yamzho Yumco) where we planned to camp for one night and then on to the town of Shigatse for one night before making the last part of our journey up .
  7. Teahouse on the Tracks by Steely Dan: Listen to songs by Steely Dan on Myspace, a place where people come to connect, discover, and share.
  8. Produced by Walter Becker Songs by Donald Fagen except Snowbound, by Walter Becker and Donald Fagen and Florida Room, music by Donald Fagen; lyrics by Donald Fagen and Libby Titus. Rhythm and horn arrangements by Donald Fagen.
  9. Teahouse on the Tracks Someday we'll all meet Sunday, December 28, Talk to the Hand. More creepy beach sculptures. (h/t Goodshit) Posted by Gaucho at AM 2 comments: Thursday, December 25, We Need a Little Christmas. Posted by Gaucho at AM No comments.

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