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Song of A Homeless Man

A young man with his beaten guitar strumming Along the street corner outside a liquor store With a raspy voice and a beer he was humming A country song ’bout a town by the river shore He was tired and … Continue reading

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Lost Luggage

            Travelers surround and leave the baggage carousel Suddenly I am the only one left standing there This suitcase missing is the beginning of a tale In a place where it feels like the middle … Continue reading

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Thank you, Goodbye

I remember when I was young And all the songs that I have sung Those days have now gone by But the memories still keep me high Sometimes when I am all alone It’s so lonesome I turned to stone … Continue reading

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Bohemian Wind (A Gypsy’s Whisper)

These feet, they are swept off by a gentle wind from the north Blown to the borders that they have never touched before Like a child taking its first step, once upon a journey Out of the sweet southern house … Continue reading

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