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Anyone else, love this wonderful song written and performed by Emmy Lou Harris, a tribute to her relationship with Gram Parsons. 
Such honesty and emotion. Sadly life, too often, doesn’t go the way we planned. 
I can still remember
Every song you played
Long ago when we were younger
And we'd rock the night away
How could I see your future then
Where you would not grow old
With such a fire in our bellies
Such a hunger in our souls.
I guess I probably loved you
When those words rolled off your tongue
It seemed that we were travelin'
Under some ol' lucky sun
I know I couldn't save you
And no one was to blame
But the road we shared together once
Will never be the same
Hey, hey gonna fly away
Won't be coming round today
Hey, hey with a song I pray
And on the wings of a song I'll fly away.
I wandered in the wilderness
For a while I was so lost
To everything there is a season
And every blessing has it's cost
So I took what you left me
And put it to some use
Went looking for an answer
With those three cords and the truth
I come down from the mountain
I come walkin' in your shoes
I was taken for a gambler
When I had no more to lose
'Cause you put me on that pathway
How could I refuse?
And I spend my whole life out here
Workin' on the blues
So I carried on.
You can't be haunted by the past.
People come and people go.
And nothing ever lasts.
But I still think about you
Wonder where you are
Can you see me from some place
Up there among the stars
But down here under heaven
There never was a chart
To guide our way across
This crooked highway of the heart
And if it's only all about
The journey in the end
On that road I'm glad I came to know
My old friend.
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Registered: ‎08-22-2013

Gotta love Emmy Lou!