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To See Again

Written by Dee Lunbeck

 

Oh Lord, to see again

South Dakota, where I’d been

Searching for part of then

Oh Lord, Oh, if, I could

Just to see Lord, to see again

Oh Lord, to see again.

 

Wyoming Lord, that home of friends

To see again, to see again

Oh Lord, if I just can

Let me, Lord, see them again

Oh Lord, that rugged land

Of deep blue lakes

To see again

Oh Lord, to see again

Oh Lord, to see again.

 

Of arrowheads of agates too

Oh Lord, so true, so true, Lord true

Oh Lord, be taken too.

To see again

To see again

Sage of deserts, stones of old

Far from Alaska

Let me go

 

To see again

To see again

Oh Lord, just once, to see again

Antelope, and mule deer where

Once I wandered, whole years down there

To ride, or walk, as “Old man”

To see again, to see again

To feel too, those western winds

To feel too feel again

Oh Lord, to feel again

Not Lord, as a younger man

That I don’t need to be again, to be again.

 

Just to see again

Just to see again

Oh Lord, to see again

Please, Lord, send, me again

To see Lord, to see again

 

To smell Lord, one more time

The soft pine smell or lodgepole line

The pureness of the mountain air

Please send me Lord, send me there

To smell Lord, the desert air

Send me, please send me there

 

To see again the tropic mist

The Jungles that I somehow miss, I still miss

The friendly folk of Vietnam

Send me, Lord right or wrong

Long ago, now who could care

If I go, or not go there

To see again

To see again

For there too, I had some friends

 

Oh Lord, to see again

Perhaps to be, or not to be again

But oh, Lord to see again

Oh, Lord to see again

Oh, Lord to see again

 

Village of such foreign smells

Not of heaven, nor of hell

Little there, for me to tell

Good people, there

They wished me well

 

But true,

Not for me, again, never mine to see again

To see again

To see again

Oh Lord, to see again, just to see again

 

Dreams, dreams

Might come sometime

At rest, at rest

Like friends of mine

 

Perhaps, they, yet be again

To see then, they see again

To see then!

 

Oh Lord, to see again

Oh Lord, to be, again

Oh Lord, to see again

Only once Lord, to see again

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Dee Lunbeck

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