Under the Sundial Bridge
They crossed the Sundial Bridge
Into their own fairytale romance
Twilight played behind the glass
They left behind a lonely past
Love found a time and place at last
  Run river run, river run
  Shadows spin under the sun
  But time stands still
  And forever begins with a kiss
  Under the Sundial Bridge
They cross the Sundial Bridge
For river walks
Friday night jazz
Sunday coffee talks
Moon hangs over Lassen Peak
A diamond ring and he's down on one knee
She agrees to reach for eternity
They'll cross the Sundial Bridge
In years to come
Fireworks on the fourth
The Fall salmon run
Guide their children by the hand
Find skipping stones on the sand
Together remember just how forever began
I’ll Fly Away
I been called a stubborn cuss
Set like cement in my ways
Start too many stories with
"Back in my day"
But my glory days are memories
And the best of me ain't what it used to be
And I won't dig in my heels
When it's time to leave
 'Cause I've been loved
  More than I   deserve
  Saved by a good woman and The Word
  Won some high-priced victories
  Made mistakes, made my peace
  And when the choir sings for me
I’ll Fly Away
I’ll Fly Away
I’ll Fly Away
Was headed down a wicked road
When she laid her hand in mine
Raised me up with a touch
Made me proud to walk the line
Good times and bad
We're were blessed
From lullabies to empty nest
Ready for what the good Lord's
Plannin' next
Dry Lightning
He looks like a cool drink of something fine
To a heart that’s suffered years of drought
But he’s a dangerous storm in the summertime
A dark cloud that hides
Dry Lightning inside
He strikes and you can’t put that fire out
Dry Lightning
A storm without the rain
Dry Lightning
A flash of blue and then the flame
Dry Lightning
Strafes the ground
Already parched and brown
And rolls away when the thunder sounds
I lay down in the path of his destruction
Mesmerized by the fiery display
Fell for that devil’s seduction
He’s all slash and burn
Take it from a gal who learned
Save yourself or there’ll be hell to pay
 The Hour of the Outlaw
He checked his pocket watch and he pulled his hat down low
Crouched in shadowed canyon beside the stagecoach road
Stood ready with his shotgun and when the stage arrived
Shot the guard and stole the gold and proved his daddy right
The Hour of the Outlaw
Seconds beat like a drum
The Hour of the Outlaw
The countdown has begun
His daddy was a scoundrel, a gambler and a thief
Took a bullet in his back for the aces up his sleeve
Before he died he said, "Son, outlaw blood runs through your veins
And all I got to leave you is this pocket watch and chain"
The Outlaw of the stagecoach trail could not out run his fate
Time had come for justice and justice would not wait
An angry mob rode out to Whiskey Creek and tracked him down
Left him swinging like a pendulum from the highest tree in town
The treasure still lies buried on the banks of Whiskey Creek
Many men have searched and failed - fortunately
But when the time is right, some unsuspecting soul
Will dig up a cursed pocket watch and strongbox full of gold
The Last Cowboy in Shasta County
He'll take coffee as day breaks over Lassen
Saddle up to the tune of a Gene Autry song
There's a full day of work waitin' out in the pasture
For an old man, a paint horse and a Hangin' Tree dog
He's the Last Cowboy in Shasta County
Keeping the wild in the West while he can
He'll ride out his seasons with red manzanita
Black Oak and blue skies
And the last of the gold Shasta sand
At the edges, his mem'ries grow misty
Like the yellowing photos of old rodeos
The legend survives on good rides and good whiskey
And a promise he made in good faith long ago
Gone are the days rough and rowdy
Hard times they carve ragged lines tough to cross
But hell will see hailstones before the last cowboy
Will piss on the fire and call in the dogs
Your Tears on my Shoulder
The shadow of a doubt clouds your face 
Leaves a chill that's growin' colder
Lay your sorrow in my hands and place
Your Tears on my Shoulder
Your Tears on my Shoulder
Blessed burden - oh, my love
Your Tears on my Shoulder
My thirsty heart will drink them up
Drink them up
Like holy water anoints the sinner
I'm sanctified  by holding  you
Desert rose only blooms in winter
If December storms roll through
Like canyons of stone and crystal caves
Beauty is born where waters rage
Show Up in My Dreams

Kids have been tucked in and kissed
Paid the bills made tomorrow’s list
We’re gettin’ by
But I sure miss my man
Down the hall a voice calls to me:
“Love you , Mom, good night, sweet dreams”
I close my eyes and do the best I can
Since you can’t be here at home
And I can’t bear to sleep alone
Oh, love, please
Show Up in my Dreams
Last week I dreamed we were
Walking the beaches of Big Sur
Felt the ocean breeze, the warmth of your skin
Pressed my face against your chest
A brief moment of happiness
It feels so good to touch you now and then
May God keep you in his heart
May your dreams be sweet wherever you are
Wherever you are, there’s something I’d like you to do
Close your eyes and come to me
Kiss me touch me tenderly
Show Up in my Dreams – I’ll wait for you

Christmas Carol Wishes
Wish you could see the first snowfall
And the lights upon the tree
But we'll miss you most of all
When we gather round to sing
‘The First Noel’ and ‘Silver Bells’
‘I'll Be Home For Christmas’
You're in our prayers
And Christmas Carol Wishes
This Christmastime
We wish you a Silent Night
Angels on high
A midnight clear and bright
These Christmas Carol Wishes
Are sent with all our love
Hoping next year you'll be here
To sing with us
Joy to the World - Auld Lange Syne
Faithful friends to gather round
O Holy Night Divine
Amazing Grace how sweet the sound
May you find comfort and joy
In yuletide melodies
And when your day is done
A heavenly peace
 Reminds Me of You
Stuck in traffic, suckin' up fumes
Turn on  the TV - there's nothin but bad news
Big wad of chewing gum stuck to my shoes
Reminds Me of You - Reminds Me of You
The pain in my head from a cheap Chardonnay
Debris in the street from the rodeo parade
Shaving my legs with a dull razor blade
Reminds Me of You -- Reminds Me of You
It's not the sentimental things
Keep me from forgetting you
It's things that stink
Things that slink
Leave an ugly residue
The scum that I scrub from my shower floor
The spider that crawls in under the door
A shiny red apple, bad  to the core
Reminds Me of You -- Reminds Me of You
A screaming brat, stomping his feet
Cream in my coffee that expired last week
Ooze on the ground where the septic tank leaked
Reminds Me of You -- Reminds Me of You
The smell of the breeze by the stockyard in June
A festering toothache, a hot-air balloon
Road kill remains of a mangy raccoon
Reminds Me of You -- Reminds Me of You