In Memory of "Harold The Hippie"
Originally released on the CD "Off The Grid" (2016), this is a new acoustic version of "Loveland" written by Mark Dawson and Harold B. Rubin.
I didn't dream about you, instead, I wished upon a star.
I couldn't fall asleep last night, not knowing where you were.
Were you drifting through a dreamland in a castle lined with gold?
Or were you lost out there in Loveland, what a feeling to behold.
So, let me take your heart, like you have taken mine.
And may the road go on forever, our troubles far behind.
And even on the wintry days we will never be cold.
We'll be lost out there in Loveland, what a feeling to behold.
We might just wish upon a planet.
Wish upon a star.
Wandering the streets.
Wish upon a planet.
Catch a moonbeam in a jar.
I want to tell the world "I love you"... if I may be so bold.
I'm lost out here in Loveland, what a feeling to behold.
Gonna shout it from the rooftop, maybe find an open door.
I'll be dancing on the ceiling and doing cartwheels 'cross the floor.
I'm lost out here in Loveland.
I'm out in Loveland...