"Tall Treasures" as written by and Gerald Beckley Dewey Bunnell.
Golden rings and hair tied with ribbon
Early spring when winter's forgiven
Laughing past pleasures warm by the fire
Come inside

Silver vase, take a drink flower petal
Whistling songs like steam from the kettle
Carry silence like driftwood that rides
On the tide, on the tide, on the tide

Tall treasures, large as Alaska
There forever, never put out to pasture
Then the night will fall
Bringing peace to all
Darkness there together

Soft light bells and tea, draw the curtain
China cups, some shatter for certain
Laughin past pleasures warm by the fire
Come inside

Tall treasures, large as Alaska
There forever, never put out to pasture
Red river runs here beside us
Grey morning will never divide us




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"Tall Treasures" as written by Gerald Beckley Dewey Bunnell

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