Written by Kris Kristofferson. This version is from Gladys Night.
 A song that goes straight into your heart

Take the ribbon from your hair
Shake it loose and let it fall
Layin' soft upon my skin
Like the shadows on the wall

Come and lay down by my side
Till the early mornin' light
All I'm takin' is your time
Help me make it through the night

I don't care who's right or wrong
I don't try to understand
Let the devil take tomorrow
Lord tonight I need a friend

Yesterday is dead and gone
And tomorrow's out of sight
And it's sad to be alone

Kansas Dust in the Wind

I close my eyes, only for a moment
And the moment's gone
All my dreams pass before my eyes, a curiosity
Dust in the wind
All they are is dust in the wind
Same old song, just a drop of water
In an endless sea
All we do crumbles to the ground
Though we refuse to see
Dust in the wind
All we are is dust in the wind
Oh, ho, ho
Now, don't hang on, nothing lasts forever but the earth and sky
It
Songwriters: Kerry Livgren / Kerr

The Pasedena's with Tribute

The Pasedena's are:  Andrew Banfield, Mike Milliner, David Milliner, Aaron Brown and  Hamish Seelochan There was a time when I admire these group and enjoy their music. I forgot but luckily I found their music and magic again.


This rhythm is a mama

Hey I want to tell you a story
It's about the groove
All Right now look hope here
Hope it makes you move
And get's the rhythm too
Yeah oh yeah

Well there's music from the past
Music for the young and old
Music revelation rock and roll and soul

Ref:
Right on right on
Right on (repeat)

There was Little Richard ( Tutti Fruti)

And Elvis too (shook up, shook up, shook up)
Way back in the fifties ( way back, way back, way back)
There were doing it for me and you

Well I know there is way
With music we can say
These songs are in our blood
So let them play cos it's happening today

Ref:
Right on right on
Right on (repeat)

And we see it all so clear
The music while we are here
And we need it everyday
No doubt about it we can show the way

Talking about Sam cooke
Jackie Wilson was their names
Ever since then things ain't been the same
(ain't be the same)
Otis Redding God may rest his soul
Play back James Brown
How slides I don't know Bram

There's Motor City that gave us the motown tunes
They laid the foundation lord
And made Detroit some thing new
Yeahwe're talking about Marvin Gaye
(What's going on)
Little Stevie ( For once in my life)
Smokey ( Tears of a Clown)
Supremes ( Baby love)

Ref:
Right on right on
Right on (repeat)

Ike and Tina Right on right on
Aretha Franklin Right on right on
Jimmy Hendrix Right on right on
Sound of Philly The Jackson 5
All these sounds are still alive
Whoo
Blow horacle blow
Were right on rigt



Jim Byrnes That River
(here with Peter Wingfield- both played in the Highlander) This is a really wonderful song. I so like

JIM BYRNES

That River
 No one ever loved that river, rain from
the highlands a mirror for the Cajun moon
A road without a memory of anything
that started out as blue
Well you can pour me like a jug of wine
Into the gulf of Mexico, honey
Unitil the end of time but no one ever loved
that river the way I love you
You move with your own rhythm
like a tide upon the river lightning on the Ponchatrain
The way you come to me at midnight
warm and naked as the rain
What were you whispering down at Natchez
Cause it muddied up my mind
About some great ocean going to make you
leave it all behind well, no one ever loved
that river the way I love you
You've got land above the salt line,
Bougainvillea in you hair
The barges poles for New Orleans
You said you'd leave without a care
But the rumour on the river is anything
that touches you will be free
but I know you can't be free
Well, you know you can never leave this river
without me
Your eyes them flash defiance, they will not wait
upon my word draw my eyes across the skyline
like some long and graceful bird
Your lips have known me better, honey
and that satin ball of fire turns to blue
I cannot leave this river, I will not leave this river
without you no one ever loved that river,
no one ever loved that river the way I love you



Olivia Newton John
Magic

Come take my hand
You should know me
I've always been in your mind
You know that I'll be kind
I'll be guiding you

Building your dream
Has to start now
There's no other road to take
You won't make a mistake
I'll be guiding you

You have to believe we are magic
Nothing can stand in our way
You have to believe we are magic
Don't let your aim ever stray
And if all your hopes survive
Destiny will arrive
I'll bring all your dreams alive
For you
I'll bring all your dreams alive
For you

From where I stand
You are home free
The planets align so rare
There's promise in the air
And I'm guiding you

Through every turn I'll be near you
I'll come anytime you call
I'll catch you when you fall
I'll be guiding you

You have to believe we are magic
Nothing can stand in our way
You have to believe we are magic
Don't let your aim ever stray
And if all your hopes survive
Destiny will arrive
I'll bring all your dreams alive
For you
I'll bring all your dreams alive
For you

Creep

This time a recent one. Love the outcast on this song



When you were here before

Couldn't look you in the eye
You're just like an angel
Your skin makes me cry
You float like a feather
In a beautiful world
And I wish I was special
You're so fuckin' special
But I'm a creep, I'm a weirdo.
What the hell am I doing here?
I don't belong here.
I don't care if it hurts
I want to have control
I want a perfect body
I want a perfect soul
I want you to notice
When I'm not around
You're so fuckin' special
I wish I was special
But I'm a creep, I'm a weirdo.
What the hell am I doing here?
I don't belong here.



Melissa Etherdige
Angels would fall
Great singer with great music and text

https://www.melissaetheridge.com/

The rope that's wrapped around me
Is cutting through my skin
And the doubts that have surrounded me
Are finding their way in
I keep it close to me
Like a holy man prays
In my desperate hour
It's better that way
So I'll come by and see you again
I'll be such a very good friend
Have mercy on my soul
I will never let you know
Where my mind has been
Angels never came down
There's no one here they want to hang around
But if they knew
If they knew you at all
Then one by one the angels
Angels would fall
I've crept into your temple
I have slept upon your pew
I've dreamed of the divinity
Inside and out of you
I want it more than truth
I can taste it on my breath


Robbie Roberts
Oh This is so great. I really like it. Play it over and over again!

Yeah, I can see it now
The distant red neon shivered in the heat
I was feeling like a stranger in a strange land
You know where people play games with the night
God, it was too hot to sleep
I followed the sound of a jukebox coming from up the levee
All of a sudden I could hear somebody whistling
Fromright behind me
I turned around and she said
"Why do you always end up down at Nick's Cafe?"
I said "I don't know, the wind just kind of pushed me this way."
She said "Hang the rich."

Catch the blue train
To places never been before
Look for me
Somewhere down the crazy river
Somewhere down the crazy river
Catch the blue train
All the way to Kokomo
You can find me
Somewhere down the crazy river
Somewhere down the crazy river


Take a picture of this
The fields are empty, abandoned '59 Chevy
Laying in the back seat listening to Little Willie John
Yea, that's when time stood still
You know, I think I'm gonna go down to Madam X
And let her read my mind
She said "That Voodoo stuff don't do nothing for me."

I'm a man with a clear destination
I'm a man with a broad imagination
You fog the mind, you stir the soul
I can't find, ... no control
Catch the blue train
To places never been before
Look for me
Somewhere down the crazy river
Somewhere down the crazy river
Catch the blue train
All the way to Kokomo
You can find me
Somewhere down the crazy river
Somewhere down the crazy river
Wait, did you hear that
Oh this is sure stirring up some ghosts for me
She said "There's one thing you've got to learn
Is not to be afraid of it."
I said "No, I like it, I like it, it's good."
She said "You like it now
But you'll learn to love it later."

I been spellbound - falling in trances
I been spellbound - falling in trances
You give me shivers - chills and fever
I been spellbound - somewhere down the crazy river


One night last summer we were camped at ten thousand feet up where the air is clear, high in the Rockies of Lost Lake, Colorado.
And as the fire burned low and only a few glowing embers remained, we laid on our backs all warm in our sleeping bags and looked up at the stars.
And as I felt myself falling into the vastness of the Universe,
I thought about things, and places, and times.

I thought about the time my grandma told me what to say when I saw the evening star.
You know, Star light, star bright, first star I see tonight.
I wish I may, I wish I might, have the wish I wish tonight.

The air is crystal-clear up here; that's why you can see a million stars.
I remember a time a bunch of us were in a canyon of the Green River in Wyoming; it was a night like this.
And we had our rafts pulled up on the bank an' turned over so we could sleep on 'em, and one of the guys from New York said, "Hey! Look at the smog in the sky! Smog clear out here in the sticks!"
And somebody said, "Hey, Joe, that's not smog; that's the Milky Way."
Joe had never seen the Milky Way.
And we saw the Northern Lights once, in the Bitterroot Mountains of Montana.

They're like flames from some prehistoric campfire, leaping and dancing in the sky and changing colors. Red to gold, and blue to violet...
Aurora Borealis.
It's like the equinox, the changing of the seasons. Summer to fall, young to old, then to now.
And then tomorrow...
And then everyone was asleep, except me. And as I saw the morning star come up over the mountains,
 I realized that life is just a collection of memories.
And memories are like starlight: they go on forever.