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Tumbleweed (by Puscifer) 

When anyone mentions Maynard James Keenan, the band Tool usually comes to mind with songs like Vicarious and The Pot. Some may also be familiar with his work in A Perfect Circle and songs like Judith and Passive. Under the band Puscifer, however, he’s created a number of songs.

I first heard Tumbleweed on the first season of Yellowstone some time ago. The song is pretty simple at the start, with Keenan and Carina Round at the vocals and then picking up later with the background beats. It’s a good song to listen to when you’re working on something or are traveling.

Lyrics:

Home
You’re so far away
Come on home

Home
A candle you can hold
You’re not alone

Home
You’re so far away
Come on home

Home
A voice from within
You’re not alone

Home
A candle you can hold
You’re not alone

Home
You’re so far away
Come on home

Home
A voice from within
You’re not alone

Home
You’re so far away
Come on home

Home
You’re so far away
Come on home

Home
You’re so far away
Come on home

Home
You’re so far away
Come on home

Home
You’re so far away
Come on home

Away, away, away

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