From the recording Rare To Go
Highway Man - David Elias
Highway man lay down in your field of dreams. When your road
is done, you can lean on me. It was the rhythm of the rain that made you run towards the evening sun. One or another midnight train over red iron. Highway man lay down in your field of dreams.
Walking man come on to your water dream. When your road is gone you can lean on me. We’ll take the low road side before the evening tide when the river’s high. Can you remember how the red wine made you cry singing The Water Is Wide? Walking man come on to your water dream.
Sunshine man rave on in your cosmic dream. Starry roads roll on. You can lean on me. Through those crystal streams of brokedown palace dreams down those harvest basement stairs. Your china doll might have survived it all, I saw her standing there. Sunshine man rave on in your cosmic dream.
Roadside man dream on, there’s no deeper blue. When the world is gone I will lean on you. I don’t have to know where the road will go, just give me wheel’s on fire. I’m missing you what do I have to do to hear the higher choir. Roadside man dream on. There’s no deeper blue.