Those Rappahannock Dreams

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Jalan had Shelly’s back. Crystal had Jalan’s back. And God had Crystal’s back as they joined together to give five homeless teens a second chance at a better life. Robbie is one of the homeless teens in ‘WET MATCHES: A NOVEL’ who plays the guitar and sings…

RAPPAHANNOCK DREAMS
Leaves fallin’ down and tears in my eyes
I sit by this river and cry and cry
But just like running water…running water
These Rappahannock dreams keep passin’ me by
But some day soon I’m gonna get away from here
Just like running water…clear and clear
I sit by this river and cry and cry
Somebody please…please
Tell me why these Rappahannock dreams keep passin’ me by

*RAPPAHANNOCK DREAMS was written for the character Robbie in ‘Wet Matches: A Novel’, an award-winning story about a colorful group of homeless teens getting a second chance at a better life.
US Copyright Reg# PAu003585960 R. Camp

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About Randolph Randy Camp

Randolph Randy Camp: Screenwriter, Blogger , Storyteller, Youth Advocate and Mentor : The country boy from the backwoods of Virginia with a thousand stories to tell.
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