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West Coast Songwriters Best Song of the month competition


Hey Hey

By Claudia Russell

Summers almost over and the leaves are turning grey
A sign out on the drive in says “We’re closed until next May”
I wish that I could hold my breath and hang on to this day
The geese are flying over head, guess we’re all on our way
Hey Hey..

My 90 year old neighbor’s outside digging in the dirt
Planting bulbs like tiny diamonds deep down in the earth
Who knows if we’ll be here next year to see her hand work
But just to make the effort baby, therein lies the worth
Hey Hey…..

This world can spin as fast as an old 45 going 78
Don’t worry about the words, just hang on to your hat
Grab your dancing shoes and don’t look back

This world can spin so fast, the unexpected lands in your lap
It might be a forehead slap, or it just might make you grin
So gather up your courage and let it in.

The silver dollar moon is filling up the Autumn sky
I’m laying on the picnic table, thinking about goodbyes
Stars aren’t even coming out, but I know they’re allright
Cause faith and hope they carry me when things aren’t in plain sight
Hey, Hey….Hey, hey, hey…


from Local Gold , West Coast Songwriters, track released September 8, 2011
Lyrics , vocals Guitar Claudia Russell


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