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Talon #47 Fri Mar 22 17:55:31 1991 Wind's going to blow So I'm going to go Down on the road again Starting where the mountains left me I'm left where I began Where I will the wind only knows Good times around the bend Get in my car going too far never coming back again. Tired and worn I woke up this morn and found that I was confused Spun right around and found that I'd lost the things that I couldn't loose The beaches they sell to build their hotels that my father and I once knew The birds all along The sunlight at dawn Singing Waimanalo Blues Down on the road of a mountain so old far on the countryside Birds on the wing will get to my while so I'm headed for the riverside In all of our dreams sometimes it just seems that I'm just along for the ride someday they'll cry because they have pride but something they loved here died Beaches they sell to build their hotels My fathers and I once knew The birds all along The sunlight at dawn Singing Waimanalo Blues Singing Waimanalo Blues Singing Waimanalo Blues - by Country Comfort of Hawaii It's a sad but true tale of a place once called paradise that is falling prey  to the bulldozer, the smoke stack and greed. 7Aloha, 7Talon

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