Songs For Old Earth

by Kavin.'s Acoustic Church

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A collection of old dreams, experiences and stories that made themselves into songs, or music without words in a couple of cases.

You can pay to download the album all together, or just individual tracks for pay what you want, even free ( I encourage this), except for Wildflower Way, which is a fundraiser for prairie conservation and restoration. Thank you.

Remember Old Earth?

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released August 8, 2015

Kavin. played all guitars and sang, and these fine folks helped...

Mick (Michelangelo) Martin - drums on 3 Tenors
Billy Gray Stallcup - drums on Wildflower Way
Darrin Kobetich - mandolin on Wildflower Way
Kip Siewert - Harmonica on Chrysanthemum and 3 Tenors
all other drums using Mick Fleetwood's Total Drumming loops package except on Above the Dome, Kavin sequenced the drums.
Art Layout by Eric Allenson
Album Mastered by Steve Mark at Applause Audio/Video in Arlington, Tx.

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Track Name: Wildflower Way
lyrics

Wildflower Way

I went for a drive, down by the lake
To see what I could see.
And it looked nothing like
It did before
When I went a year previously.
There were houses and stores
And a gas well or three
Where before had been lone prairie..
Now there's a tumor growin', a blight on the land
As far as eyes can see.
Now the prairie dog and songbird and the buffalo
Have all but gone away
Will there be nothing left for my kids to enjoy
When they walk down the Wildflower Way..

Somewhere out in that grassy field
Is a rock wall built by Texas slaves
And over that hill is a burial ground
With pioneer family graves.
And I wish I could go back in time and live
In that old farm house on the hill..
Will you tear it down and pave it over
To build us a road
To the almighty dollar bill

Now the prairie dog and the songbird and the buffalo
Have all but gone away
Will there be nothing left for my kids to remember
When they walk down the Wildflower Way..

©2014 Kavin Allenson