My problems are few
if I don't stop to think.
The red golden leaves
scream the song of the sun.
The high rolling hills
give it all in the fall.
Ohhh, the hard days are gone...now.

I'm traveling alone
up the highway of sight.
The blue shadows fall
on the graveyard of stone.
The mild afternoon
puts the coffee cup down.
My eyes see the moon...rise.

And yes, I am a visitor.
I've got a life to live
while I'm here upon this
circumstance called Earth.

And all I am is energy
and now I'm in this form.
I came shooting down the universe
at birth.

Hear a voice in the dark
as you get into bed.
It's sounding again
in the back of my head.

A cloud fills the sky
while the sun sinks away.
And the green river's grey...now.

The weird whistling wind
and the anger of time
cannot break my heart
as I ride into town.

The night falls with rain
from the east to the west
and the bright light hotel...mmmm...shines.

And yes, I am a visitor.
I've got a life to live
while I'm here upon this
circumstance called Earth.

And all I am is energy
and now I'm in this form.
I came shooting down the universe
at birth.

Goodbye now.


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    General CommentGreat song about the sense of calm brought by surrendering to simplicity during this transitory life. I think of this song sometimes when I'm out hiking in the woods, when I can de-stress and forget about the conflicts and complications of the daily grind. We are all visitors, enjoy this moment in time.
    LocoMofoon July 20, 2021   Link

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