Somewhere In America

Credits  
Vocals & guitars - Tim Sincere   
Bass guitar - Laura Strange   
Backing vocals - Kelly Buckler 
Written by Tim Sincere   
Produced by Tim Sincere & Laura Strange   
Recorded in Trapdoor Studio, Santa Cruz, California 

Story Behind The Song 
If you've ever wondered what your life would be like had you stayed with your first love, this song's all about you.

Lyrics
It was late '68 in a Delta town
At a truck stop car me and Billy sat down
The waitress she smiled as she looked in my eye
I told Billy then I’ll marry that girl 

And somewhere out there in America tonight
A small flame is burning for Billy and me
Hope is still hope but love is a fight
Somewhere out there in America tonight

Looking up from the sink, from the pots and the pans
She looks at her kids and looks at the man
There’s a clip on TV - boys returning from ‘Nam
She’s certain that's Billy’s tattoo on that arm 

And somewhere out there in America tonight
A small flame is burning for Billy and me
Hope is still hope but love is a fight
Somewhere out there in America tonight 

And sometimes between the washing of floors
The PTA meetings, insurance claim forms
Picking up toys, cutting the grass
They both feel the thrill of a thing from the past 

Somewhere out there in America tonight
A small flame is burning for Billy and me
Hope is still hope but love is a fight
Somewhere out there in America tonight 

Somewhere out there in America tonight
A small flame is burning for Billy and me
Hope is still hope but love is a fight
Somewhere out there in America tonight