The Line is Drawn
6th Avenue Heartache
There is a commonality expressed here. I read the lyrics through before I realized who the song writer was, and heard the echoes of Dylan, then found out his son wrote the song. This might refer to his career in music and how he is painted by the same line as his father, and drawn into the madness of making a musical comment on society.
He tackles homelessness and the idea that we're all the same underneath. Human, And when we disappear, so little is left behind that we might never have been here. We all suffer from loneliness, want love and safety. The Wallflowers have some powerful albums, and I've only heard one or two of their songs. I'm thinking I'll get them cued up on my Spotify and listen to more of their work.
Thanks for turning me onto a great song and a great group. The song is a haunting statement on an oft forgotten segment of society.