“When The Aspens Turn To Gold” – Gordy Thomas, BMI

“When The Aspens Turn To Gold” – Gordy Thomas, BMI


[guitar] Ooooooh It nips my nose And chills my toes Makes these bones feel mighty old But I’m as happy as a little child When the aspens turn to gold I write more letters And wear my sweaters When days get short And nights grow colder Sometimes it seems like time is standing still When the aspens turn to gold For summer has ended But winter’s suspended The
new north winds cool me But the leaf colors fool me So I ride the great divide I should be turning back for home I’m told But I can’t help climbing one more mountain
top When the aspens turn to gold For summer has ended but Winters suspended The new north winds cool me But the leaf colors fool me So I ride the great divide I should be turning back for home I’m told But I can’t help climbing one more mountain
top When the aspens turn to gold. Look for me on that Rocky Mountain top When the aspens Turn to gold [guitar]

18 Comments

  1. You are very kind. Thank you for leaving an encouraging comment. Have you discovered my Facebook music page yet? I can't write a link in a comment, but you should be able to decipher this: FacebookDOTcom/gordythomassongs will get you there. I look forward to getting to know you.

  2. Wow, Gordy. Beautiful song. The images you used in your video made me want to head to Colorado! Breathtaking … and perfect for the song!

  3. Thanks so much Annie! That's very kind of you. I hope you remembered to hit the "thumbs up" under the video. I hear the more of those you get, the more often your video is seen. Miss YOU!!!

  4. Great job on this original! You sound awesome man. Subscribed! If you have time, check out our new song Dusk is Day! I love finding talented artists online. Keep up your great work, I'll definitely keep an eye out for your stuff.

  5. You really know how to get a guy's head spinning….no, wait, that's me walking in circles. They promised me there would be NIGHT LIGHTS!! Meanwhile, I enjoyed what I heard and clicked and (I think) shared. I'll get better at this, I know it!

  6. Thanks Bob! Yes, I shared it with the folks I know from back then on Facebook. Not sure if they saw it yet. I appreciate your kind words, old friend. Please share it on here and any other way you can such as email. I appreciate any help you can give in spreading the word. Best, Gordy

  7. Thank you very much Anne. You are very kind. I hope you will share it with everyone you know 😉 If we aren't already connected on my Facebook music page, please check it out: facebookDOTcom/GordyThomasSongs – Best regards, Gordy

  8. What a beautiful song, and the video makes me want to pack up and head to the rockies!  I could watch and this over and over.

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