The songs he has written:

Absent Friends

 
Recorded by:      
Dick Feller Alimony / The Songs Of L.G. 1994 Intersound

Lyric:
Now and then, I run into
Some boyhood friend of mine
And we tell those old war stories
And recall the ol' times
And we point to our middles
And we laugh about our hair
And we say we should get together soon,
But we never say when or where

'Cause you know how grown men are
Afraid to touch,
We love each other from afar
But the rhymes of the children
Become the dreams of old men,
And I have loved you dearly
My absent friends

They say time moves like molasses when you are children
But it rages like a river when you're grown
But the love of the pals of my childhood
Remains the truest love I've ever known

But you know how grown men are
Afraid to touch
We love each other from afar
But the rhymes of the children
Become the dreams of old men
And I have loved you dearly
My absent friends.

And, so tonight, I lift a glass to all my absent friends.

Words and music: Dick Feller & Lewis Grizzard
Bad Boot Productions Inc/Sony/ATV Songs LLC Tree Publishing