Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Bigfoot Diaries Poet Don Larkin: "Gravel Travel"



Well I sit here dreaming and singing along
Bout those who ain’t with me yeah those who are gone
And sometimes I sit here and I see your face
In my mind and in mirrors and all over this place

Sometimes I sing loudly and sometimes I sing high
And sometimes so sadly I just wanna cry
Rhyming my feelings from down deep in my soul
My mind and my freedom and old gravel roads

I dream of my Daddy he’s been gone 20 years
I still see his face past whiskers in mirrors
I pray for my Mama yeah pray she can walk
I need to call her yeah she’s gonna wanna talk

She’ll tell me sing loudly and please sing high
She’ll say sing a sad one for me I need a good cry
Just rhyme your feelings boy from down deep in your soul
Your mind and your freedom and old gravel roads

And I think of my lady, the one just for me
So lovely so pretty yeah so fucking sweet
Miles on the gravel too many to care
Walking together and winding up where

She’ll tell me sing loudly and please sing high
She’ll say sing a sad one for me I need a good cry
Just rhyme your feelings boy from down deep in your soul
Your mind and your freedom and old gravel roads

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