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#3 New Mexico

California has gold in his pockets
Rhode Island lives right on the sea
South Dakota's moonshine stills nestle in his sacred hills...
but they never spoke to me
Massachusetts has a wonderful story
Arizona is rugged and free...
But the sand and snow of New Mexico
is today what's calling me

I could write you a letter,
stamp the seal with the tip of my shoe,
I could hang 'round the posting place
and wait up to hear back from you
But wouldn't it be better,
and wouldn't I feel less alone,
if I ripped up the letter
and just came home

West Virginia and his brother are old money
Wisconsin is well-versed in wines
Illinois is a buisnessman, honey,
and New York has got plenty of lines.
Old Flori found his fortune in orchards
Mississippi hears music to play...
But the sand and snow of New Mexico
is what's calling me today.

I could write you a letter,
leave a kiss on the front by the stamp
I could fall asleep in the living room
and purposef'ly leave on the lamp,
but wouldn't it be better,
and wouldn't I feel less alone,
if I tore up the letter and just came home?
If I tore up that letter and just came home...


Recorded and Mixed by Richard Barron at Sonora Recorders in Los Angeles, CA
Jay Psaros - Lead Guitar
Olivia Brownlee - Guitar, Vocals, Song

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