I have finally gotten my humble, little recording studio setup down here in Houston Land and have recorded some new music just in time for the summer. And apropos of the season, the song is about roller coasters and the carefree days of youth, among other things. Play and sing along with the convenient lyric sheet below. Repeat and share.
Getting high inside the car In the parking lot of the amusement park Two days into that sacred month of July Your neck was bronze, mine was red I might have believed anything you said Even if what you told me Was just another lie Stoner on a roller coaster Loop the loop into that summer blue In a corkscrew ninety-nine miles a minute Life is a ride anyway you spin it I wish I'd known you then The way I still want to Getting high inside the car In the parking lot of the amusement park Two days before they closed down for the season In those midway lights, red, white and blue I might have fallen hard for you If you had not slipped away For no good reason
DISCLAIMER: The title of this song was inspired by a fellow blogger named Stoner on a Roller Coaster. I have never met nor even spoken with S.O.A.R. so the subject of this tune should not be interpreted as having any association with the S.O.A.R. website, its owner(s) or its author(s). The song on this page is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents are products of the songwriter’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events or locations or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.