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12. Floods of South Dakota
Roderick/Ashford (Clean Slate Music-BMI)

Someday
You'll build a cabin on the hillside
Someday
You'll find the gold you're lookin' for
And maybe someday
In the diamond mines of friendship
You will find someone to share that winding road
For all time
You can count on me and all that's mine

Sunsets always make me homesick
Stirrin' up the wonder in me
It must be my place as long as I remember
I been starin' out old 183
So be kind
I won't be here longer than a sunrise

Sunshine and floods of South Dakota
Come from the same skies
I don't really think there's much
That I could call mine
Someday is a thing I cannot hold
And it's gonna tell you something
When you watch the river
Roll up to your door

Sweet life never lookin' back
I don't think I'd ever own a patch of ground
Lord from up high say on that railroad track
It's just a second passing by and then it's gone.
For old times
Sendin' you this song to say that we're all fine

Sunshine and floods of South Dakota
Come from the same skies
I don't really think there's much
That I could call mine
Someday is a thing I cannot hold
And it's gonna tell you something
When you watch the river
Roll up to your door

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from When Im Gone, released February 12, 2014
Judy Roderick - vocal, guitar
Recorded by Randy Rand at Bitterroot Studios, Missoula, MT 1977

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Judy Roderick Boulder, Colorado

Judy Roderick was a white girl singing blues on the folk scene in the 60s. A simple but decisive rhythm guitarist who later preferred not to play, Judy made her place singing songs like Baltimore Oriole &Black and Blue. This album consists primarily of her later original work. CDs available at Dexofon Records. ... more

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