[Intro] G Em F#m G D G C Em F#m G C D Em D C D G [Verse 1] G G Em F#m G Well I try to close my eyes, clear my mind, and just listen to the wildflowers grow. D G C Such whispers on the breeze, they don't come easy now, over all this noise. Em F#m G C D Spent my youth among the pines, they used to sing a tune so fine. [Chorus] Em D C D G And the wind, moved like an echo, carrying their voices. [Verse 2] G Em F#m G I saw it in a dream, monuments of trees, as the air we breath turned our lungs to dust. D G C And the redwood so tall, and all their aw, began to rust. Em F#m G C D With no bend and sway at all, that ancient dance was lost. [Chorus] Em D C D G and the wind, moved like an echo, with a sigh in every guss. [Interlude] G Em F#m G D G C Em F#m G C D Em D C D G [Bridge] Em C Well some day I hope to find, that land of funny wine, G D where the coffee grows on the wide oak trees, Am G and those sugar coated mountaints, in the spring begin C to melt, to sweetest stream [Verse 3] Em F#m G Reached night, the starlight and the sea, C D Em D C together form eternity, and the wind moves like an echo, D G as the world drops all, to sleep.