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Talking To Myself

I’m walkin’ along the track
The cold wind is at my back
I’m thinkin’ about you
I’m thinkin’ about me too
I could cry and I could shout
Every time I think about
How you died before me
The thought of it floors me
Please tell me now
Give me a sign
Is this the way it’s gonna be
Why can’t you talk
It’s not that hard
How can I know if you hear me
I still can’t believe it’s true
How much that I still miss you
You know this is everyday
That I have to live this way
How can I get through it?
I don’t want to do it
Yet there is no way I’ll quit
I’d never hear the end of it
You know I can just hear you
And what you are sayin
Stop all of this whinin
And all of this pinin
You know what you need to know
Gonna have to let me go
You gotta to start givin
You gotta to start livin
Please tell me now
Give me a sign
Is this the way it’s gonna be
Why can’t you talk
It’s not that hard
How can I know if you hear me
Just who am I talkin to
I thought it was me and you
I’m still walkin on this track
The cold wind is at my back
It’s me I’ve been talkin to
I still try to call to you
And that’s just a cold hard fact
You’re never comin back
I’m lookin up at the sky
I’ve given up on wonderin why
Not much left to understand
I gotta live now without my man
Is he causin the wind to blow
Another thing I’m never gonna know
I wouldn’t put it past him
I wish I could ask him
Please tell me now
Give me a sign
Is this the way it’s gonna be
Why can’t you talk
It’s not that hard
How can I know if you hear me
Is this the way it’s gonna be
Why can’t you talk
How can I know if you hear me
Is this the way it’s gonna be

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from Someday - A Benefit for Hospice and Homecare, released September 29, 2015
Songs & Lyrics by Don Stewart

Heather McEntire - Vocal
Chris Wimberley - Acoustic rhythm guitar
Charles Cleaver - Keyboards
Ted Hardin - Electric guitar and solo
Hugh Swaso - Electric guitar solo
Tyler Barringer - Bass
Wylie Pamplin - Lap Steel
Rob DiMauro - Drums

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Don Stewart Chapel Hill, North Carolina

I started playing the guitar when I was about 8 years old, making up my own chords and melodies and figuring out how to play songs from the radio. I write mostly rock, but also folk, country, jazz, and a little outer space too. I’ve been influenced by hundreds of artists: The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Joni Mitchell, Sting, David Gilmore, Nirvana, and all the British blues guitar players ... more

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