Crossroads by Ray Wyatt
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Ray Wyatt's latest place-based musical offering, "Crossroads," is based on Indy's nickname, the Crossroads of America. Enjoy!
Verse 1: We need to head out west on the river to see how far it will go. Can we make it all the way to Indiana? If we don't leave now, we might never know.
How far it goes; how far it goes; we might never know. How far it flows; how far it flows if we don't go.
Verse 2: We should head west on the National Road. Take the wagon; leave the boat. Be prepared to ride for 500 miles. In the morning, we head toward Terra Haute.
How far to go? How far to go? We might never know. This is our home. This our home out on the road.
Verse 3: We should take the train from Union Station to see how fast it will go. Without the fear of losing everything we worked for, we can ride to Pittsburgh or Chicago.
How fast will it go? How fast will it go? We might never know. What will follow? What will follow and overthrow?
Verse 4: We should take the plane somewhere far away to see how far it will go. Indianapolis International Airport all the way to China or Tokyo.
How far can we go? How far can we go? We might never know. Have we plateaued? Have we plateaued, or will we grow?