When the winter rains come pourin' down
On that new home of mine
Will you think of me and wonder if I'm fine?

Will your restless heart come back to mine
On a journey through the past?
Will I still be in your eyes and on your mind?

Now I'm goin' back to Canada
On a journey through the past
And I won't be back 'til February comes

"I will stay with you if you'll stay with me,"
Said the fiddler to the drunk
And we'll keep the tab on a journey through the past

When the winter rains come pourin' down
On that new home of mine
Will I still be in your eyes and on your mind?

Will I still be in your eyes and on your mind?


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    General CommentIt may be a rehash of After the Gold Rush, but it sure is nice.
    TheUniversalon July 03, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThat's what I thought too - sounds very much like "After the Goldrush".
    chrisb1on April 04, 2008   Link
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    General Commenthmmm, interesting. He was doing new songs and old songs so this was kind of both lol. Liking the mention of canada!
    DJgifon June 15, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI think he says "I will stay with you if you stay with me said the fiddler to the drum, and we'll keep good time on a journey through the past".
    SensoryPartingon March 01, 2011   Link

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