The Traveler

Songfacts®:

  • This song plays over the end credits of the Cameron Crowe-directed movie Aloha. Eddie Vedder wrote the track and plays the ukulele, while it is sung by his six-year-old daughter Harper Vedder. Crowe previously worked with the Pearl Jam frontman when he directed the 2011 documentary Pearl Jam Twenty.

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