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If I leave here tomorrow
Would you still remember me?

Allen Collins & Ronnie Van Zandt, Free Bird

Obviously not, but hey, that’s okay. I am not seeking history books. El loco. Drafty. Wind tunnel.

But if I stayed here with you, girl
Things just couldn’t be the same

Allen Collins & Ronnie Van Zandt, Free Bird

I had to get away. Roxie would be proud. Touchy feely. A mind cramp. Time warp. Who knows? The mirrors were removed, only fond memories remain. It was all a rainbow. I think I set up the printer long ago. I did things like that then.

And this bird you cannot change

Allen Collins & Ronnie Van Zandt, Free Bird

Bah, humbug. Grinchy’s heart grew. Nana taught me about birds. Giving, having, bees. You go, girl! Because of her Red was seen on a large screen. Clams at the Mug. Pies aplenty. I should have been more understanding of the heat and wool blanket. Stories. Same ones for decades. Nothing changes. Kari was right. That made me sad then; it’s somewhat a badge these days. Colony of Slippermen.

Bye bye, baby, it’s been a sweet love

Allen Collins & Ronnie Van Zandt, Free Bird

Absolutely! You were with me on day one; you recognize the importance 10 years later. I’m a free bird not to be caged. I can be trained; I return home, but I need to fly away. Roxie, baby. Rock me gently. American woman, I love you although there is a desire to return to TO. 1965. 2. When? Leave them wanting more . . . 😉

Play it pretty for Atlanta

Fond memories. Port-o-potties, friends from back home, sunshine. Tuned in. But that was another day . . .

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