It was a cowboy life with ol Gene Clark. A cowboy life all the time and little lasts so long and you can see the wear and tear on him he waved that great smile lit up the world with his kids laughing and I'll remember that for my whole life.
That moment in the golden California sunshine Under that cottonwood tree I'll remember Gene Clark and his sons singing making up songs he put his he put the Dodge Van in gear, turned off the other way that I hitchhiked to San Francisco because you could do that then it was It was a rock 'n roll thing. Gene called that night at my apartment just to make sure I make it okay and told me about the kids he was like that, like a cousin he would check in you wanted to make sure.
Said he was going get back to the studio and do some more songs and he thanked me for getting in touch with Bob Dylan again laughed about how much fun it was he said blissful and boastful and crazy there's always that scattershot crazed edge teaching Clark that scratching on the strings of the guitar with your nails are the bottleneck guitar sound screeching Highlow and screeching a freight train sort of energy there was always that with Gene Clark.