From Hank to Hendrix
I walked these streets with you
Here I am with this old guitar
Doin' what I do

I always expected
That you should see me through
I never believed in much
But I believed in you

Can we get it together
Can we still stand side by side
Can we make it last
Like a musical ride?

From Marilyn to Madonna
I always loved your smile
Now we're headed for the big divorce
California-style

I found myself singin'
Like a long-lost friend
The same thing that makes you live
Can kill you in the end

Can we get it together
Can we still stand side by side
Can we make it last
Like a musical ride?

Sometimes it's distorted
Not clear to you
Sometimes the beauty of love
Just comes ringin' through

New glass in the window
New leaf on the tree
New distance between us
You and me

Can we get it together
Can we still walk side by side
Can we make it last
Like a musical ride?


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From Hank to Hendrix Lyrics as written by Neil Young

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    General CommentAs an added note. Neil's music covers a wide range of listener ages. I'm 56 and play guitar at a personal care home for seniors. One 90 something resident in particular really enjoyed my music. When lookin thru his cd collection I came across Neil Youngs Harvest Moon with a piece of masking tape on it. Written in black felt marker my favourite. I feel the same way
    Dalton Vargaon January 14, 2017   Link

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