All words in caps from the song titles of George Winston’s “Montana—A Love Story,” my new current favorite writing music.
never been there never heard the High Plains Lullaby
i’m Billy In The Low Land without a clue as to how to dance the Montana Glide
Nevertheless, Hello i’m here at last
in big Sky country where You Send Me
i feel like Thumbelina next to these montañas
they say The Mountain Winds Call Your Name but i can’t hear the Music Box
i drive up to your house it looks like The Little House I Used to Live In
where’s the Bamboo where you used to hide? Maybe there are Variations On it out back
i can’t bring myself to knock on the door
all i can do is sit here on the stoop, Twisting the Hay Rope
oh my Sweet Soul just ring the bell!
there’s so much i don’t understand your words still don’t make sense
what is Gobajie? Goobajie? Valse de Frontenac?
i looked up Kojo No Tsuki it means moon over the ruined castle
which sounds lovely and spooky
The Muse says it’s Raining in Her she says it will stop when i go inside
inside is Joy, Hope, And Peace
you’re coming i hear your footsteps