Walkin' Blue

Album: The Eternal (2009)

Songfacts®:

  • Sonic Youth described this Lee Ranaldo sung psychedelic folk-rock number as follows: "Lee with his arm around your shoulder, getting you through a seemingly impenetrable day of dread to a clear vision towards sweet foreverness."

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