Johnny Lee. "Rolling Lonely". New Live Music Video. (lun, 18 feb 2019)
Johnny Lee performs his hit "Rolling Lonely" Rollin' Lonely is a song written by J.D. Martin and Gary Harrison, and recorded by American country music artist Johnny Lee. It was released in December 1984 as the second single from the album Workin' for a Livin. The song reached number 9 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.   One of many songs in country music to pay homage to the American truck driver, the song focuses on the separation-from-family aspect of the profession. Here, a truck driver tells about how he has covered 400 miles since early morning and is determined to cover the remaining 300 miles to arrive home by evening to be with his wife, paying little-to-no heed to the then national speed limit of 55 mph and the weather (he's driving through a pouring rain) while reflecting on the sadness both he and his wife feel prior to his departing for a long trip.   Lyrics   The diesel's racing I passed a waystation Way back down the road I'm paying no heed to the limit on speed I just can't take it slow   I've made 400 miles since 4:00 am With 300 more to go And a little bit of luck And the grace of my truck Tonight I'm gonna make it home   'Cause I'm rollin' lonely I need you to hold me In your arms tonight I said some things I didn't mean I just gotta make it right   Eighteen wheels Are signing out your name I'm moving like lightning through the pouring rain Rollin' lonely all the way to Memphis tonight   The signs are flashing The cars are passing Headlights were blinding me But the tears in your eyes when I said goodbye That's all that I could see Seems like Texas goes on forever   I'm racin' uphill against time I'm doin' 78 on this damned interstate And you're drivin' me out of my mind   'Cause I'm rollin' lonely I need you to hold me In your arms tonight I said some things I didn't mean I just gotta make it right   'Cause I'm rollin' lonely I need you to hold me In your arms tonight I said some things I didn't mean   I just gotta make it right you may like

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Jesse Daniel. "California Highway". Nuevo Vídeo Musical Oficial. (Mon, 18 Feb 2019)
Jesse Daniel interpreta "California Highway". Daniel se ha convertido en un nombre a tener en cuenta dentro de la escena country californiana. Las buenas críticas recibidas y las actuaciones de telonero con artistas como Junior Brown, Wayne Hancock, Dale Watson y Phil and Dave Alvin hacen de él una referencia del  nuevo country. Jesse Daniel procede de Ben Lomond, Califronia y entre sus influencias figuran Buck Owens y Hank Williams. Daniel grabó su album autotitulado tocando muchos de los instrumentos él mismo. Poco a poco se está haciendo un nombre dentro del country outlaw y underground. you may like

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