Michael Cassidy

Michael Cassidy

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Living in the San Joaquin

Written By: Michael Cassidy


I'm at the cabin by the old Kings River
Thought I'd just drop you a line
Seems your brother's still in Porterville
He told me to say hi
And the walnut grove and Lemon Cove
Are as pretty as I've ever seen
But it ain't easy here without you, living in the San Joaquin

Do you remember us last winter
Just before you had to go?
Cross country skis under redwood trees
Just gliding through the snow
And with morning came a gentle rain
And the world was so serene
But it ain't easy here with out you, living in the San Joaquin

I'm not sure I want an answer
About when your coming home
I never told my heart about the part
Of being left alone

Sometimes I'm walking in the rain
And the great sky touches me
And I remember you and the things we'd do
In the beauty that I see
We always said we had to find the time
To reach out for our dreams
I guess I thought the dream was you and me
Living in the San Joaquin