Dreams do come true.

  1. C. J. Black

I’d really like it if I could sit and write a Country Song

Words that interpret life, love, the essence of right and wrong

I’d also like it if I could to take a stroll, along Lower Broadway         

Meet with the many friendly folk, always happy to hold sway

Gently walking in the footsteps of all those country music stars

Hear the wonderful music emanating from those Honky Tonkin’ Bars

Listen to those talk, of deceased stars, who in their memory will forever last

Hearing songs which tell stories of the present and the past

Drop into Ernest Tubbs renowned music store, who knows who you might see

Treading the hallowed halls of the famed Midnight Jamboree

Visit the Ryman Auditorium, country music’s Mother Church

Soaking up the atmosphere, never tiring of research

Imagining there on that stage, the slim figure of Hank Williams

Death visited him in his 29th year – his music, still entertaining the millions

Those with dreams continue to visit, while many more dream of visiting Nashville

Song writers waiting for a shot at stardom, yet experiencing the thrill

A mecca for the country music lover from Zydeco to Bluegrass

This place, which bred all those country music legends, still continues to ooze pure class

Country music fans continue, to visit year on year

As long as this trend continues, there will be songs of joy and songs to which we’ll shed a tear

I’d really like if I could sit and write a Country Music Song

With words that interpret life, love, the essence of right and wrong.

 

  1. C. J. Black ©β Tuesday, 18 November 2014

http://www.chrisblack2012.wordpress.com

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