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Interstate Prayer

Where to begin?
He could feel the cold coming in
He knew that it was time to embark
On the road trip

He'd read about it in books
His friends and family giving him looks
When you're a rebel
They do that

He put in gasoline
For where he'd never been he was bound
Out on the open road
Embracing the unknown as his own

He's been gone for a while
He's lost track of the months and the miles
But he knows he's coming up on something

And when he wants to turn back
He just thinks of Alan and Jack
And other pioneers like Carnegie

They all hung in there
And eventually made a name for themselves
There's a new frontier
Haven't found it yet but I know it's here
I could use a hint or a clue
Some kind of sign showing me what to do

Where is my north star?
Guiding me home
Where is my north star?
Guiding me home
Where is my north star?
Guiding me home
Where is my north star?
Guiding me home



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Mark Lesseraux New York

Mark’s mother is Irish Catholic. His father was a Russian Jew. In the 2nd grade, Mark veered “off course”… secretly. It is not clear how the "thread" was lost, but it had to do with a botched reading assignment; a chapter in a blue and yellow book left unread. Later, there were 2 nervous system glitches and at least 2 ecstatic dot connecting sessions. Finally, a Need… to sing. ... more

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