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"Coyote" is the opening song from Joni Mitchell's album Hejira and also the album's first single. Though the song had been introduced (in embryonic form) on the tour to support 's The Hissing of Summer Lawns, "Coyote" was a significant musical departure: where Hissing was ornate with pianos, layered vocals. Coyote Song Lyrics: Loving you is easy / I can do it in my sleep / I dream of you so often / It's like you never leave / But you're gone below the border / With a nightmare in between / I'm sending. According to Joni's own words, Coyote was written on November 25, - somewhere between Hartford, Connecticut and Augusta, Maine. She was traveling with Dylan and the Rolling Thunder Review. At the Augusta concert on Nov 26, Joni introduces her very first performance of the song saying "this one was just.
Loving you is easy. I can do it in my sleep. I dream of you so often. It's like you never leave. But you're gone below the border. With a nightmare in between. I'm sending the coyote. To bring you back to me. Where there's a fancy hotel waiting. In south San Gabriel Where the movie madams sunbathe. The playboys para-sail. 30 May Coyote, the first song on the album, describes her brief relationship with Sam Shepard, whom she met at the Rolling Thunder Revue, the concert tour that Bob Dylan assembled with a travelling caravan of musicians. Shepard was hired by Dylan to write a script for a movie based on the events in the Rolling. A wide dirt path that is frequented by walkers and runners from the local area. At times the trail can be quite steep with blind corners, so good trail etiquette is necessary. You'll pass through red sandstone rock formations and have beautiful views of the South Ken Caryl Valley. The Coyote Song Trail is a good connector from.
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