Here's a really old one with a hint of spirituality for the holiday season.
From my 1985 album Umbrellas. I'm playing the gorgeous, cherry-sunburst Gibson Hummingbird 12-string guitar that belonged to my high-school girlfriend. Recorded in two passes with a mic capturing both vocals and guitar.
Umbrellas I don't know if I'd want to find fame If everything could not be the same With you With you It's a challenge A risk I have to take If life isn't daring adventure Then it becomes fake We'll make it through the rain together Just as long as we keep our faith In each other, our lives, our dreams, and God. All I need is a place in the trees A simple farm like it used to be Long ago Long ago This utopian vision is just that, I know I'm not cold enough to turn the rain to snow You know You know My parapluie could become a parasol If we could just get on that road and go For the gold For the gold We've been worshipping money since we were so small And it's hard to live without although you know that it's not all that Life's about Life's about music and lyrics by Andy Wyatt December 16, 1983 ©1983 The Andy Band