From the recording Rearview Mirror


Midnight moon on a night muddy black as coalTrail of dust and a heavy loadEverything I once held dear in my rearview mirror
Distant lights on the edge of townShe was shining in her wedding gownWipe away a lonely tear in my rearview mirror
 She loved me once more than I deserved But I tried to cage that little bird Didn't take long before she had to fly
Desert wind blows a tumbleweed up on the riseOne love grows and baby one love diesDrive until it disappears in my rearview mirror
  She wore yellow flowers in her hair  Sunlight around her like a prayer  She said "I do", he smiled,  they waved good-bye
Open road stretches out as far as I can seeSatin lace staring back at meA sentimental souvenir for my rearview mirror
2008 Lauret River Music (ASCAP)