"Hickory Wind (Gram Parsons cover)" as written by Graham Parsons and Bob Buchanan....
In South Carolina there are many tall pines
I remember the oak tree that we used to climb
But now when I'm lonesome, I always pretend
That I'm getting the feel of hickory wind

I started out younger at most everything
All the riches and pleasures, what else could life bring?
But it makes me feel better each time it begins
Callin' me home, hickory wind

It's hard way to find out that trouble is real
In a far away city, with a far away feel
But it makes me feel better each time it begins
Callin' me home, hickory wind

Keeps callin' me home, hickory wind

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"Hickory Wind" as written by Gram Parsons Bob Buchanan


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    General CommentIf you haven't yet taken a sip of the sweet wine and honey of Emmy Lou Harris' beautiful song writer interpretations, the many other ones she's written and co-written, and a signature whispering voice that's all her own, you need to - if for no other reason than to have a well informed musical palate and knowledge base.

    In the beginning, I found Emmy Lou's musical style, genre, and voice to be an acquired taste. By hanging in there with continued listening and CD purchases beginning with her teaming up with Mark Knopfler in "All the Road Running," I have since become intoxicated with her inner and outer beauty, songwriting, and voice where I can't get enough, whether old or new, including her early appearances on Gram Parson's albums.
    bcrouthon August 03, 2016   Link

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