"My Brother Woody" as written by and Christopher Dedrick....
Hikin' a football between his knees
Runnin' to catch a pass
Climbing up the friendly trees
Fallin' in the grass
My brother Woody

Singin' a song and playin' guitar
Laughin' at every goof
Tryin' to touch the morning star
From the toolshed roof
My brother Woody

Don't go away and leave the lights on
Curtain strings don't get yanked
Gotta watch out for Mom "the Bomb"
Be good enough not to get spanked
My brother Woody


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"My Brother Woody" as written by Christopher Ward Dedrick

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    General CommentMy Brother Woody

    On the Best of Free Design CD there are some liner notes. Chris Dedrick comments on this song:

    "Jason is no longer called "Woody," he and Yanella have little Cayla, and the generations roll along like pages in a family album. The songs hold constellations of memories fixed in the sky, there when we need release from the oppressive present."
    JamesLoveon August 18, 2010   Link

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