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Sundown - Doug Gallob
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|Genre||Description||Themes, Moods, Comments||Additional Info|
|Orchestral||an instrumental for closing credits||bittersweet, sad (but not too sad), ending, an era passes, sunset,||
Well, I was out in the sweet sagebrush when the birds fell still in a cool, cool hush. I think the sun is going down. Well, I looked up at the red, red cliffs but they were never as red as your sweet, sweet lips. I think the sun is going down. I hear the coyote howl. He calls the stars it seems. Each night I live this lonesome dream when the sun goes down You led me here with a sweet caress from a gentle hand, in a gingham dress and now the sun is going down. Where you've gone now,someday I'll follow, but my eyes are fixed on the red yellow glow I think I'll stay right here I think I'll stay right here and watch the sun go down
written for the documentary Voices of Crawford
-- Doug Gallob