"Warm Kentucky Sunshine" as written by and Ron Simons....
Warm Kentucky Sunshine in the morning
Makes you glad the long nights turn to day
Trying to catch a ride to West Virginia
The early morning people pass away

This old guitar looks near as bad as I do
And I tell you now it sure has been a friend
It brings a happy song when at night we're all alone
And I'll tell you now I've seen a few of these


[Chorus]
And we've been leaving like two shadows in the night
Slipped away and never made a sound
I'll hold my thumb up high but the cars keep going by
And this freedom is just a feeling coming down


The echo of the wheels into the distance
Like some California dream I left behind
And visions of my San Francisco baby
Laying like a whisper on my mind

As lovers we got hooked into a feeling
Until circumstances led our separate ways
Now here I stand alone with nothing but a song
And this freedom is just a feeling coming down


And we've been leaving like two shadows in the night
Slipped away and never made a sound
I'll hold my thumb up high but the cars keep going by
And this freedom is just a feeling coming down
And I'll hold my thumb up high but the cars keep rolling by
And this freedom is just a feeling coming down


Lyrics submitted by joxl

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