Patches of blue cover dmitry samarov
Patches of blue cover dmitry samarov
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  1. Pennsylvania

From the album Patches of Blue

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Lyrics

Pennsylvania
I should have known that the day would come when you would fly
I could have left you with something, all I gave was a lonesome feeling
And the rain didn't help, nor the empty bottle of rye
Come on baby, I understand now how you feel
Just say the word and I'll get behind the steering wheel
head for the U.S. border up I-95

This is a letter to a distance heart
This was your letter from the very start
This is a letter from my heart to the heart of Pennsylvania

Back in the halycon days, we tripping together
on a road from nowhere to someplace somewhere
Off highway in a field we set up a tent and in the dark concealed
C'mon baby, let's do the Little Pine River run
tramp speckled fields with gossamer newly hung
across the Appalachians to edge of Port Treverton

This is a letter to a distant heart
This was your letter from the very start
This is a letter from my heart to the heart of Pennsylvania
I've been lost and found, I'm Pennsylvania bound

We'll kayak down the Susqhama River
to Hickory Corners that's where we'll stay
with the stars cascading, shadow play creating
till Pennsylvania begins to fade
near Grove City sipping wine on the esplanade
till Pennsylvania begins to fade away
and in the dark I call, through the woods I crawl
in the driving rain, feel the love sick pain
Pennsylvania, I call upon thee Pennsylvania
that's where my baby's gone..