Cass Kessler

Cass Kessler

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Walkin in the Moonlite

Written By: John Kessler/Cassandra Kessler

Have you ever walked in the moonlite with the light all around and with your hands clasped tight and all the light from the stars above start making you fall in true love. And as you look at her you gently kiss her cheek, because don’t you know boy that’s the way it’s supposed to be

So did you even walk in the moonlite with your pretty wife, that’s what you should do the rest of your life now many years have gone by but she says to you with a sigh hey there pop lets talk, but we’ll do that while we walk

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Have you ever walked in the moonlite with the light all around and with your hands clasped tight and all the light from the stars above start making you fall in true love. And as you look at her you gently kiss her cheek, because don’t you know boy that’s the way it’s supposed to be

As I close the door I heard a sound so I looked around and there in the dim light walked my boy and his new wife yes walking in the moonlite so I gave a sigh in the night and somehow knew all was right

You see it can’t be too bad when your with your love in the moonlite so if you haven’t tried it my words to you, just go walking my friend and you might find a love that’s true too.

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Have you ever walked in the moonlite with the light all around and with your hands clasped tight and all the light from the stars above start making you fall in true love. And as you look at her you gently kiss her cheek, because don’t you know boy that’s the way it’s supposed to be

What I Miss About Country Music

Written By: Cassandra Kessler/John Kessler

Hello Walls… looking out at that blue moon, here on the bayou. Turning on and off the radio, it all sounds pretty “Crazy” anymore. Makes me wonder what ever happened to “For the Good Times”, and why does nobody seem to wanna walk that line anymore and it sure can make you feel sad, sad like a sad song.

I wanna turn on the radio and hear the twang. The sweet voices and hard lives singing about heartbreak and good times, give me a feeling that sends chills up and down, giving me something that means something, thank yous and good manners. Oh I wonder where the opry’s gonna go? I sure miss Tammy, that’s what I miss about country music.

Walking around the city roads can you hear those “Distant Drums?” oh they only seem to bring change these days and I just can’t understand all that’s taking place here… I don’t know the names like I did when Hank sang and the words mean nothing but a pocket full of wealth. So what do you do when your loves gone and all you wanna hear is “Faded Love” over and over…

Turn on the radio and hear the twang. The sweet voices and hard lives singing about heartbreak and good times, give me a feeling that sends chills up and down, giving me something that means something, thank yous and good manners. Oh I wonder where the opry’s gonna go? I sure miss all the Johnny’s, that’s what I miss about country music.

So “take me home country roads” singing the “cattle song” only like eddy can and dreaming of young love, wildwood roses, and San Antonio… oh’ what’s gonna happen when the opry says goodbye? Cause no one wants to sing “Stand By Your Man” and play all night long…

Who’ll be turning on the radio to hear the twang? The sweet voices and hard lives singing about heartbreak and good times, give me a feeling that sends chills up and down, giving me something that means something, thank yous and good manners. Oh I wonder where the opry’s gonna go? I sure miss the players. That’s what I miss about country music.