"Cast Iron" as written by Laura Jane Ballance, James August Wilbur, Chuck Garrison and Ralph Lee Mccaughan....
You think see everything with those glasses
My eyes the color of molasses
All you have to do is ask is all
And I'll tell you

I'll tell you from my front porch
I'll tell you from my cast iron chair
I'll tell you about my special friends
I only wish you were there

Don't get uppity with me
I see things that that you never see
I've been seeing them for years
Let me whisper in your ear

I'll tell you from my front porch
I'll tell you from my cast iron chair
I'll tell you about my visitors
I only wish you were there, well
The man in the airplane was looking for you


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"Cast Iron" as written by James August Wilbur Chuck Garrison

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    General Commentoh wow nobody has commented on this great song? what a shame.
    bobsterbobskinon May 31, 2009   Link
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    My InterpretationThis is an amazing song. I think it has more than one meaning, but I kind of get a scene of an old man telling a kid about his life and all his experiences playing out in my head.
    Kaosuon August 13, 2009   Link

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