RIP 305 Park and Ride

from by Melanie Beth Curran

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lyrics

I remember well, the day you called me,
And told me that the 305 park and ride was gone
That they came in, with the yellow bulldozers
Tell me where we gonna get another park and ride from now on

I remember well the side of the road by the end of the bridge
That’s where the folks would go to sell their cars
There were boats and vans and old sedans from 1986
Tell me where we gonna get another park and ride like ours

I remember well, the day my brother bought a Trooper
From a man in a minivan with his daughter in tow
And one time I bought a bus, from a Bremerton drummer
Gave me cash for the title, and baby we were good to go

I remember well the side of the road by the end of the bridge
That’s where the folks would go to sell their cars
There were boats and vans and old sedans from 1986
Tell me where we gonna get another park and ride like ours

It was just a matter of time, til’ they widened the highway
And turned the park and ride into a big turn lane
So I try to hold my head up, put the past behind me
But I know in my heart this road will never be the same

I remember well the side of the road by the end of the bridge
That’s where the folks would go to sell their cars
There were boats and vans and old sedans from 1986
Tell me where we gonna get another park and ride like ours

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from Hot Sauce in Kitsap County, released September 30, 2016

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Melanie Beth Curran Seattle, Washington

Melanie Beth Curran is a old timey honky tonk songwriter from Kitsap County, Washington. Her music centers around moments, memories and memorials to the places and people of her Pacific Northwest home. She sounds like Tom Waits taking bubble bath in the fountain at the Kitsap Mall during 1994 while listening to Emmylou Harris backwards with the night jasmine blooming. ... more

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