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THE GIRL WITH NO NAME BY LAWRENCE F FARRAR 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 17


An epic ballad of weariness of the road. 


“Pulled into Nazareth, feeling about half past dead/ Just lookin for a place where I can lay my head”—this song, The Weight, by Robbie Robertson as performed by the Band, is an epic ballad of weariness of the road. The road—the long winding road—has been a source of inspiration for many great folk singers, country balladeers, and classic and southern rock troubadours in American music. 

PULLED INTO NAZARETH BY WILLIAM BLICK 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 17

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34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 17

DEAD ZONE BY CAROLINE DE LACVIVIER, IMAGINARY CITY BY ROBERT BOUCHERON, I HATE YOU BY BRONWYN DUKE, PULLED INTO NAZARETH BY WILLIAM BLICK, SICK BY AMBER CIMORELLI, THE GIRL WITH NO NAME BY LAWRENCE F FARRAR, A FIRE OF MEMORIES BY AURORA LÓPEZ CANCINO, WHAT’S HE SAYING? BY STEPHEN MANNION, LOST AND FOUND BY ARMEL DAGORN, TWISTER’S STEW BY EDWARD ALEXANDER.

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