Music

These Last Few Miles

This tattered coat I wear, gonna soon leave it far behind, 'cause someday new garments I'll be wearing.

These Last Few Miles
Les Hazelton — Electric guitar; Jerry Siptroth — Drums;
Diane Soden-Groves — Vocals; Timothy Soden-Groves — Acoustic guitar & vocals
Photo credit — Diane Soden-Groves
Tell me my brother, my sister, what do you see?
See you friend or foe, or wretched refugee?
I've traveled far to find some peace within your eyes
Should I seek my comfort in another?

Though these miles have left me ragged and worn
The road to you has been my Way of the Rose
And this tattered coat I wear, gonna soon leave it far behind,
'Cause someday new garments I'll be wearing.

Oh, take me down to the water
Oh, take me down by the sea
Take me down, wash my soul in your lovin' eyes
And I will gladly walk these last few miles with thee.

When I lay me down one last time to sleep
Of your sweet love I'll be thinking
And when they lay me low, ain't no time to weep
'Cause I'll be back home with you come morning.
"White Pine" words and Music by Timothy Soden-Groves, hereby donated to the Public Domain. No Rights Reserved.
"Just Like in Your Town" video by Diane and Timothy Soden-Groves, also hereby donated to the Public Domain. No Rights Reserved. Power to the hearts of the people!

3 comments on “These Last Few Miles

  1. Really beautiful…..

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Really lovely. Beautiful photo too.

    Like

  3. Janis Fairbanks

    Very peaceful. Soothing song, mellow voice, pensive lyrics. More, more, more!

    Like

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