A Bit of Past Lost (Tribute to Phil Everly)
A bit of my past was lost today
with the sad demise of a hero.
As I grew up their music
filtered in and out of my life.
We sang and danced to their songs
in the golden age of Rock ‘n’ Roll.
No more their harmonies
will ever grace our stages,
but their music will live on
stirrings our memories
whenever we hear their songs
and transporting us back
to the happy days of our youth.
Rest in Peace now Phil
and thanks for the joy
you and Don brought to us through the years.
4 January 2014
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