"See You in Seattle" as written by and John Reischman Katherine (kathy) Kallick....
A darkened sky with gorgeous light
From the west through the middle of the night
The moon is always golden when it's clearing
The cascades tousled, tumbling down
To a prism patchwork on the ground
The sky is clear, blue-grey just like your eyes
While tiny boat masts sway beneath those skies


Love you, yes, I always will
Think of you and time stands still
I will always see you in Seattle
The many places we have been
Times and faces we have seen
In my mind I see you in Seattle

I see you hitch-hiking in the rain
Sleeping on the sand off the coast of Spain
Laughing up your sleeve in some cafe in Vienna
Me a painter, you a poet
Through the years though we don't show it
We're both afraid we've lost track of these talents
Yet in each other we find a sense of balance


Now you say that place is full of ghosts
You think you'd like to travel to the other coast
I wonder will the distance really maker a difference
'Cause wherever you go, well, there you are
And a well of sadness can reach so far
If only you could see yourself the way that I do
Wherever you go, my heart will be beside you


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"See You in Seattle" as written by Katherine (kathy) Kallick John Reischman


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