The Wallflowers - 6th Avenue Heartache

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05.10.2009
Music video by The Wallflowers performing 6th Avenue Heartache. (C) 2005 Interscope Records

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J. Doe
Can you believe this summer will mark 20 YEARS since this came out? Music from another time. A better time.
Steve Celestino
This one will forever touch me. From a time where cell phones and computers hadn't taken over the world yet. Where you had to go out and live it to experience it.
R Sanche
Hard to believe this song is 20 years old boy I miss the 90's such a simpler time for me
idkzero
weird to see people at a diner .. not on their cell phones
ruben1million
What you get when you put Bob Dylan's son in the lead vocals(Jakob) Tom Petty's lead guitar playing the slide(Mike Campbell) and Counting Crows singer doing backing vocals (Adam Duritz)
timeless awesomeness
Oskar Huamolle Vera
listened this one 19 times today as i used to when i was 18...turned 38 just today...life have changed...powerful songs like this remains always the same....here..there..everywhere...
Allan Ostermann
Soo good! Jacob didn't just coast, cause of his dad. He's a brilliant lyricist, and wrote great, great songs.
tireman424
Time sure does go fast! I miss this period :(
Mark Cox
Is this not one of the best songs ever? Just love it. Touches the soul.
golden hotdogs
Music had so much more substance back then. Now their pumping out songs like cheese burgers at mc Donald's with all kinds of hooks and repetitive lyrics just cuz everyone's so ADD now a days. It's all garbage. I love this band
Sherry MS.M to You
ABSOLUTELY ONE OF THE BEST SONGS EVER! !
Maria Pratiwi
Just listening to the Wallflowers like it's the mid 90s
Rodrigo Antao
It is a pity Jakob was not very keen to public life. He is probably the best ever son of a rock star. The real deal fella
kroakie4
It was only logical that Bob Dylan's son would be just as amazing as he is.
annie35
Great song, the only I love by the Wallflowers. I love little things that often go unnoticed...here it's Adam Duritz of The Counting Crows doing backing vocals.
Will M
One of the first cures of the Grunge hangover. Has it really been 20 years?
gsw88888
Jacob has the eyes/talent/voice of Dylan along with unique ability to express his view of the world. Remarkable!
Jed Villareal
"6th Avenue Heartache"

Sirens ring, the shots ring out
A stranger cries, screams out loud
I had my world strapped against my back
I held my hands, never knew how to act

And the same black line that was drawn on you
Was drawn on me
And now it's drawn me in
6th Avenue heartache

Below me was a homeless man
I'm singin' songs I knew complete
On the steps alone, his guitar in hand
It's fifty years, stood where he stands

Now walkin' home on those streets
The river winds move my feet
Subway steam, like silhouettes in dreams
They stood by me, just like moonbeams

Look out the window, down upon that street
And gone like a midnight was that man
But I see his six strings laid against that wall
And all his things, they all look so small
I got my fingers crossed on a shooting star
Just like me-just moved on
Forrest George
Sirens ring, the shots ring out
A stranger cries, screams out loud
I had my world strapped against my back
I held my hands, never knew how to act

And the same black line that was drawn on you
Was drawn on me
And now it's drawn me in
6th Avenue heartache

Below me was a homeless man
I'm singin' songs I knew complete
On the steps alone, his guitar in hand
It's fifty years, stood where he stands

Now walkin' home on those streets
The river winds move my feet
Subway steam, like silhouettes in dreams
They stood by me, just like moonbeams

Look out the window, down upon that street
And gone like a midnight was that man
But I see his six strings laid against that wall
And all his things, they all look so small
I got my fingers crossed on a shooting star
Just like me-just moved on
snowmobile hockey mullethead
Amazing how certain songs instantly transport you back to your early twenties, the mid nineties, when music was real as hell. Remembering old friends and great times.