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  • Ian Macdiarmid
    Ian Macdiarmid New Zealand
    Here's a true story, more or less: Songwriter Song (for Greg) I was sitting in a churchyard, under a tree, I was looking at him when he glanced up at me. Then he kept writing in his notebook, like he’d been doing all along. I looked up in the tree, I was looking for birds, Looked up in the tree, searching for the words To fall down on his page and form themselves into his song. Gregory, Gregory, Gregory Brown. A pretty good colour, not a bad name. Gregory, Gregory, Gregory Brown. Don’t know where your songs come from, but they come just the same. No words on the tree, no spare words on the ground. I listened for words – there wasn’t a sound. The mystery remained so I entered the church and I prayed. I prayed by myself, then the crowd grew so strong. They all came to hear Iris (Greg tagged along), I was thinking if I listened, I’d know how the great songs are made. Gregory, Gregory, Gregory Brown. A pretty good colour, not a bad name. Gregory, Gregory, Gregory Brown. Don’t know where your songs come from, but they come just the same. Then Greg started singing (like songwriters do), I was listening for signs, there wasn’t a clue. So I sat back and listened, listened to his magical spell. He told us a tale of driving along, Up in the U.P., humming a song. But where the song came from even he couldn’t tell. Gregory, Gregory, Gregory Brown. A pretty good colour, not a bad name. Gregory, Gregory, Gregory Brown. Don’t know where your songs come from, but they come just the same.

    Here's a true story, more or less:

    Songwriter Song (for Greg)

    I was sitting in a churchyard, under a tree,
    I was looking at him when he glanced up at me.
    Then he kept writing in his notebook, like he’d been doing all along.

    I looked up in the tree, I was looking for birds,
    Looked up in the tree, searching for the words
    To fall down on his page and form themselves into his song.

    Gregory, Gregory, Gregory Brown.
    A pretty good colour, not a bad name.
    Gregory, Gregory, Gregory Brown.
    Don’t know where your songs come from, but they come just the same.

    No words on the tree, no spare words on the ground.
    I listened for words – there wasn’t a sound.
    The mystery remained so I entered the church and I prayed.

    I prayed by myself, then the crowd grew so strong.
    They all came to hear Iris (Greg tagged along),
    I was thinking if I listened, I’d know how the great songs are made.

    Gregory, Gregory, Gregory Brown.
    A pretty good colour, not a bad name.
    Gregory, Gregory, Gregory Brown.
    Don’t know where your songs come from, but they come just the same.

    Then Greg started singing (like songwriters do),
    I was listening for signs, there wasn’t a clue.
    So I sat back and listened, listened to his magical spell.

    He told us a tale of driving along,
    Up in the U.P., humming a song.
    But where the song came from even he couldn’t tell.

    Gregory, Gregory, Gregory Brown.
    A pretty good colour, not a bad name.
    Gregory, Gregory, Gregory Brown.
    Don’t know where your songs come from, but they come just the same.

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    Nissan Nissan
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  • dd
    dd dd
    On a family vacation and happened to stop by Stewart’s 58– it beyond exceeded our expectations! Fresh baked buns, amazing sandwiches, fresh sweet potato fries, and don’t pass on the milkshakes! Delicious!

    On a family vacation and happened to stop by Stewart’s 58– it beyond exceeded our expectations! Fresh baked buns, amazing sandwiches, fresh sweet potato fries, and don’t pass on the milkshakes! Delicious!

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