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Music by Duncan Adams
Lyrics by Jonathan Vassar
A 46 mile run down the mountains
to the Hudson, at Dutchman’s Landing.
Catskill Creek sleeps by orange hawkweed.
Its bed a wreath of mountain laurel
I don’t worry.
Away from the city.
I take it all in and let it all go
No need to hurry.
Away From everything.
I think of Dylan watching the river flow.
Up creek in Willow our fire burns low.
We sit under red oak and tall white pine trees.
There at our campsite, under the moonlight,
by the fireside we have all we need
We hike down creek.
We follow the rocky stream to Cairo.
We hold on to the feeling of almost feeling free.
But we need to go back to the city.
So long to the feeling until we retreat
back to Catskill Creek.
released October 2, 2020
Duncan Adams: Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Bass, Backing Vocals, Harmonica
Evan Lytton: Drums
Jonathan Vassar: Vocals, Accordion