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Licorice Memories

from Solo Seasons by Randal Prater

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Way back in seventy-something, I guess
Things were so simple and carefree and fun
Spending the summers with black tongue and mess
A flavor of ice cream loved by Mom and son

Yesterday came to play, not to stay
Licorice memories
Though today seems so grey, we still play
Licorice memories

Now that I’m older, I see I’ve been blessed
Things aren’t so simple or carefree or calm
Dreaming of summers with black tongue and mess
A flavor of ice cream loved by son and Mom

Licorice memories
Licorice memories

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from Solo Seasons, released March 19, 2020
Written and recorded by Randal Prater and published by Doldrum (BMI)

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Randal Prater Seattle, Washington

Singer-songwriter with four solo albums. Former frontman for Creeping Myrtle and The Pagan States.

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