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Baby I’ve been so far away - 08/24/2020 | The Red Official

Baby I’ve been so far away Lyrics and Music: THE RED     Baby I’ve been so far away On the road with crazy songbirds Russia, Texas and to Norway Kyrgyzstan and other words On the mountains, in the prairies Resting lonely in far cities Abandoning home and fire For some cold and sometimes dire Straits or passes somewhere here Who could have said, prophet, seer?   You did not know, I did not know Would be that way, that road, that show Baby but! In any place Any corner of the earth First thought of the rising morning Last thought of the dying evening You and you and always you Baby I’m in love with you   Baby far away from homeland Days and nights on roads and valleys Tennessee to Netherlands Spanish lanes and Italy’s Riding horses crossing...

A Narrow Fellow in the Grass - 08/24/2020 | THE RED Official

From Whatever says the Clock album A Narrow Fellow in the Grass Lyrics from Emily Dickinson Music: THE RED   A narrow Fellow in the Grass Occasionally rides – You may have met him – did you not His notice sudden is – The Grass divides as with a Comb – A spotted shaft is seen – And then it closes at your feet And opens further on –   A narrow Fellow in the Grass Occasionally rides   He likes a Boggy Acre A Floor too cool for Corn – Yet when a Boy, and Barefoot – I more than once at Noon Have passed, I thought, a Whip lash Unbraiding in the Sun When stooping to secure it It wrinkled, and was gone –   A narrow Fellow in the Grass Occasionally rides   Several of Nature’s People I know, and they know me – I feel for them a transport Of...
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