"Midwestern Boy" as written by and Katherine Kathy Kallick....
Come to me, midwestern boy
Summer skin, warm as the corn
One slow dance on a moonlight beach
Dressed in just what you were born in

Tall and lanky by the lake
Smilin' sideways, a freckled face
Wait for me, midwestern boy
And I will meet you in that place

Play those songs that tell a story
Great beginnings and the end of childhood
What a time to come of age
Free love and the war a-raging

I don't know the plans you made
Gone to college or to dodge the draft
I just needed someone to run to
Until I finally turned eighteen

[Do you remember when ... ]

Perhaps the east coast or the west
Just anywhere that's not so in between
I'll see you, midwestern boy
There's still time to have a dream

Fireflies light up the dark
Skin so brown and hearts so open
Now close your eyes, midwestern boy
And I will be with you tonight




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"Midwestern Boy" as written by Katherine Kathy Kallick

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