break of dawn

 It ain’t no use to sit and wonder why, babe

If you don’t know by now




It ain’t no use in turnin’ on your light, babe

That light I never knowed




But goodbye’s too good a word, gal


So I’ll just say fare thee well


When your rooster crows at the break of dawn

Look out your window and I’ll be gone


I give her my heart

but she wanted my soul


But don’t think twice,


it’s all right



14 thoughts on “break of dawn

  1. Good luck Pete. Sad to see. Every time I think of PP these days Nero comes to mind.

  2. Truly the end of an era… But here’s to life on the “outside”!

  3. Martha says:

    Of course you found a Dylan song…

  4. Great entry Rick. Good photos. (what is is song reference?)

    thanks for this quiet look in on a turning point.

    -Nathan W.

  5. Curt Seeliger says:

    A fine tribute to the beginning of an era. Looking forward to more by both of you

  6. Shelley-Jo says:

    Fare the well, Let your life proceed by it’s own design, nothin’ to tell now…

  7. Colleen says:

    Appropriate song choice, ya JR Cash! But still sad to see you go.

  8. Nathan Goodwin says:

    Exciting things are coming, I feel it. Thank you Mr. Follansbee for all the research you have done. ( I mean Peter).

    • Mark M. Atchison says:

      I woke up from a dream this morning and was a little surprised, everyone was a normal size. In my dream i toiled among the giants.

  9. Christopher Lilly says:

    Where you bound? Can you tell?

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