Oh I've been traveling on a boat and a plane In a car on a bike with a bus and a train Traveling there and traveling here Everywhere in every gear
But oh Lord we pay the price with a Spin of a wheel with the roll of a dice Ah yeah you pay your fare And if you don't know where you're going Any road will take you there
And I've been traveling through the dirt and the grime From the past to the future through the space and the time Traveling deep beneath the waves In wattery grottoes and mountainous caves
But oh Lord we've got to fight With the thoughts in the head with the dark and the light No use to stop and stare And if you don't know where you're going Any road will take you there
You may not know where you came from May not know who you are May not even wondered how You got this far
I've been traveling on a wing and a prayer By the skin of my teeth by the breadth of a hair Traveling where the four winds blow With the sun on my face, in the ice and the snow
But ooee it's a game Sometimes you're cool, sometimes you're lame Ah yea it's somewhere And if you don't know where you're going Any road will take you there
But oh Lord we pay the price With the spin of a wheel, with the roll of a dice Ah yea, you pay your fare And if you don't know where you're going Any road will take you there
I keep traveling around the bend There was no beginning, there is no end It wasn't born and never dies There are no edges, there is no sides Oh yea, you just don't win It's so far out - the way out is in Bow to God and call him Sir
But if you don't know where you're going Any road will take you there
Rick from EarthLOVE this song. One of his very best and that's saying something. RIP
John from Grand Island, NyOne of the best human beings ever placed on this planet. Period.
Miles from Vancouver, CanadaA beautiful posthumous single for the late Beatle. So optimistic and bit Cat Stevens-like.
Glenna from Gilbert, AzThis song really moves along. That it has a great lyric is a bonus. I admire George Harrison more every time I listen to him, read about him and consider what a pioneer he really was. One of the big gaps in the 21st century will be the one that might have held John Lennon and George Harrison for the years that were stolen from them by tragedy and disease.
Ken from Louisville, KyOn the album, George is credited with playing (along with his signature slide guitar) a "banjolele", a hybrid banjo and ukelele.
Ken from Louisville, KyThe song opens with George's instructions on how the song should be mixed: "Gimme plenty of that guitar".
Nicole from Easton, MaI think that by, "If you don't know where you're going, any road will take you there," he means that if you don't know where you're going when you die- heaven or hell- so you don't commit yourself to being a Christian and live your life for God, no matter what you do in life you're going to go to hell. But this is just speculation.
Ken from Louisville, KyThis was the last song George ever perfomed in public. He appeared on a 1997 VH1 interview show, was given a guitar and asked to play a Beatles song. He was embarrassed that he couldn't remember the chords to any of them. So instead he said he'd play a "little" of the new song he was working on. He went on to sing and play the whole thing.
Ruby from Cc, TxJust got this album. This song is amazing. It's sad that George died before finished the album, but Dhani did very good job finishing.
Tommy from Flower Mound, TxThis is one of my favorite songs ever! It's so good, I made a music video for it! If I ever form a band, I want to try to add this in our list!
Meredith from Sacramento, Cai cannot stop listening to this on my ipod. Nice combo of the electric guitar and bango.
Nathan from Defiance, OhIt's a shame that I only just discovered George's music after he died.
Jude from Thomasville, GaThis is a perfect epitaph for George. I miss him so much. He was truly a great musician and a wonderful, caring human being. There wasn't a phoney bone in his body -- he was a MAN.
Stefanie Magura from Rock Hill, Scgreat song! love the guitar in it!
Michael Jackson's "Liberian Girl" opens with the South African female singer Letta Mbulu saying the Swahili phrase "Naku penda piya-naku taka piya-mpenziwe." There was some geographic liberty here, as Swahili is not spoken in the West African nation of Liberia.
"Won't Get Fooled Again" by The Who is about a revolution, but it doesn't have a happy ending, since in the end the new regime becomes just like the old one. Pete Townshend thought that whoever was in power was destined to become corrupt.