Celebrate Waterfall Week with The Lost Falls of Whiskeytown

The hike to the falls makes Banjo smile

These spectacular falls were known only to a few locals for 37 years - then in 2004, they were re-discovered and opened to the public. "The Lost Falls of Whiskeytown"  is a unique North State metaphor for lost love.  In celebration of Waterfall Week, we are offering free downloads - click HERE.

The Lost Falls of Whiskeytown
words and music by Erin Friedman © 2007

Our morning coffee comes with heavy silence 
In the nighttime we find refuge in our dreams 
Like some mid-life cliché 
We sleepwalk through the day 
While the love of a lifetime slips away 
They finally found 
The Lost Falls of Whiskeytown 
They found crystal caverns 
Buried deep beneath the ground 
A fortune in gold 
In a mountain of stone 
Surely we can find the love we lost 
Right here at home 
I used to find an open invitation 
In your eyes and in your tender touch 
Like a postcard from a lonely place 
You’re so far away these days 
And I’m trying to find a reason I should stay 
Too much to lose –- too much at stake 
I’ll find my way back to you – 
Whatever it takes

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