The Pineywoods Are Singin' Our Song

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Words & Music by Lynn Adler & Lindy Hearne

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The Pineywoods Are Singin' Our Song
Words & Music by Lynn Adler & Lindy Hearne

1.
Raindrops fallin’ on a tin-roof cabin all through the night.
Water risin’ in the mornin’ – but we’re gonna be alright.
Cause the sun still shines when the rain stops comin’ down.
We’re still here, and the world’s still turning round.

2.
Sunlight fall-in’ on the ground through the sweet gums and pines.
See the glimmers on the water how they shimmer and shine.
And those two rusty old metal chairs by the old rock pond.
We’ll find some comfort there when the day is done.

Chorus:
The piney woods are singin’ our song.
The piney woods are singin’ our song.
Oh, hard times will come again, but love will never end.
The piney woods are singin’ our song.

3.
Two hearts fallen on a hot summer night so long time ago.
And even if we knew then what we’re thinkin’ that we now know.
We’d still wade through the troubled waters to the other side. .
Where we dance under the stars and hold on tight. (Chorus)

4.
There’s a windy old trail that calls your name and mine.
Where we tend to the tangled up branches and the wild grape vines.
And we walk down to the spillway of our tears.
To count our many blessings through the years. (Chorus)

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from Simpatico (2016), released September 23, 2016
Lynn Adler & Lindy Hearne - vocals
Lindy Hearne - rhythm guitar
Lloyd Maines - dobro
Pat Mankse - percussion
Glenn Fukunaga - upright bass

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Adler & Hearne Winnsboro, Texas

From Texas’ upper east side near the rural arts hamlet of Winnsboro, award-winning performing songwriters Lynn Adler and Lindy Hearne (self-proclaimed “organic song farmers”) tour nationally, serving up fresh-picked songs with jazz undertones in a spirited genre they define simply as "Texas Folk." ... more

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