A Muni Diaries First: A Song for the 38-Geary
San Francisco musician Shane Papatolicas shares a song about a ride on Muni, specifically along the famed 38-Geary line.
We haven’t had the good fortune to see him perform yet, but here’s an excerpt of a review of Papatolicas at San Fran Voice:
Shane simplifies his feelings: “Sometimes I read the paper and I get depressed. Sometimes I stand and stare at the ground”. Either way, whether waxing poetic or putting it plainly, Shane’s lyrics grasp the truth of what he’s trying to say.
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I have this song in my head now!
Me, too! A great song with great 38 imagery.
favorite line so far: “but when i think of all the good years that have been my life, i guess the City still seems pretty indeed.” couldn’t have said it better.
I still like “her successful legs” 🙂 Thanks, Shane, for the song!
Thank you! This is such a great site. I can’t wait ’til my next worthwhile adventure to happen so I can post it, like the guy who threatened to punch me a few weeks ago.