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Seasons
by Coyote Grace

Summer grass is blowing in the calling hills
Will this heart of mine
Rolling through the southland
I am grinning wide down in North Caroline
Bright is the sun on another lonely day
Breeze come and move me on my way

Take my hand, whisper to me
Tell me that you love me so
Kiss my face, soft and slow
Now, let me go

Falling from the big old trees
Leaves get tired, come rest on the ground
Time to move, find a roof
Time to find a place to make a new sound
Time to think and sit back in my chair
Run my hands through my thinning brown hair

Close our eyes, rest our heads
Sing another song I know
Kiss my face, soft and slow
Now, let me go

Winter lays her white cloak down
O’er the world, words hang in the air
Sit and watch that fire dying
Once so young and burning everywhere
Miss Sorrow is dancing on this moonlit night
A healing ache, no, it won’t help to fight

Feel the moon pull the seas
Hear that old north wind begin to blow
Kiss my face, soft and slow
Now, let me go

The first flower of springtime
Pokes her pretty little head above the ground
Springing green, everything
The big old wheel is turning back around
Hearts are thawing and love is born anew
Even if it don’t look like it used to

Wake the day, ease my mind
Tell it to me soft and low
Kiss my face, soft and slow
Now, let me go

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