Coyote

by Bill Staines

Bill Staines (born February 6, 1947, Medford, Massachusetts) is an American folk musician and singer-songwriter from New England, who writes and performs in a traditional vein. He has also written and recorded children's songs.




Coyote
by Bill Staines
Here in the dawn
You got me listenin' to your song once again.
I love how it climbs and it hangs upon the wind.
Here in the dawn
You got me dreamin' to your song once again.
We all get to dreamin' now and then
So that's all right, coyote, my old friend.
Cho: How come you call so lonesome?
 How come you sound so blue?
 Is there somethin' inside
 That you just can't hide?
 Has somethin' come over you?
 That's all right, we all get lonesome too.
Here in the dawn
You got me listenin' to your song once again;
I love how it climbs and it hangs upon the wind.
Here in the dawn
You got me cryin' to your song once again
We all get to losin' now and then
So that's all right, coyote, my old friend
 Cho.

Written by: STAINES

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