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rolling stone
magazine subscriber
june 1976 !!
 

great white wings (1982)

I'm so glad (1974)

Great White Wings

 

 

Talking with you

I remember sparrows and wrens

and mountains and whales.

 

Our busy lives pull us away,

the earth and sky get lost along the highway.

In the cold, cold winds of necessity.

In the cold, cold winds of necessity.

 

Like sandhill cranes standing in clear water,

In a quiet forest, great white wings,

resting after a thousand miles,

from Texas to Manitoba.

 

We rest here, warmed by our friends,

letting our hands make music.

(great white wings)

We can fly tomorrow,

we can fly beyond our dreams.

(great white wings)

 

Talking with you,

I remember danger,

ambition and power and money.

Moving too fast, being brave,

chasing dreams lost along the highway.

In the cold, cold winds of necessity.

In the cold, cold winds of necessity.

 

Like sandhill cranes standing in clear water,

In a quiet forest, great white wings,

resting after a thousand miles,

from Texas to Manitoba.

I'm So Glad

Red leaves rustling down the street,

I've got children playing in my maple tree,

and autumn's on me again.

There's a lazy shuffle in my feet,

I've got time on  my hands.

It's the first November I remember feeling this way,

And I'm so glad, I'm so glad.

But clouds go sweeping my eyes,

there's a lonely feeling hiding inside,

sometimes I get so blue.

But a smile can bring me back again,

Girl, I'm depending on you.

It really doesn't matter if the seasons changes,

I'll take them as they fall,

When winter springs I' ll be ready for summer,

It' really doesn't matter at all.

It's the first November I remember feeling this way,

And I'm so glad, I'm so glad.