I also love "John Appleseed's Lament." Some of the lines on that song are some of my favorites I've ever written, like "Oh I cigarette the winter air, then I Fred Astaire my way down Seventh Street." I love that line. But, it's been 20 years now, and what we have been doing is working for us personally.
It's through the eyes of a girl, but it's someone very much like me struggling at the edge, not sure if she's going to fall off on one side or the other. Adam Duritz has lived in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Houston, Amsterdam and, most recently, New York City. As a student, Adam Duritz attended Head-Royce School, the Taft School, the University of California, Davis and the University of California, Berkeley, but dropped out before earning a degree. Music career Before gaining fame, Adam Duritz sang (and later wrote songs) for a few San Francisco Bay Area bands. These included Mod-L Society, and another, was a college rock band, Sordid Humor. Q: I always find it interesting how band's decide what songs to perform each night on tour. "We have over 80 songs in our rotation right now that we're playing over the summer.