Russell Williams
Celebration of Life
Russ - Written by Scott Harpst just after Russell's passing and performed
by Alder Eagle at The celebration of Russell's life on July 10th, 2004 at the
Cask and Cleaver.

Where are you going? Where have you been?
We need you here, our good old friend.
I hear the wind calling your name in the trees.
Russell, Russell.

It's spring and the leaves are green.  
Like our faith in things unseen.
But soon turn to golden brown and fall to the ground.
Russell, Russell.

There's so many things I wish I could say.  Russell.
Wish I had fell down on my knees and prayed.
Russell, Russell.

It's spring and the leaves are green.
Like our faith in things unseen.
But soon turn to golden brown and fall to the ground.
Russell, Russell.

Where are you going?  Where have you been?
Will you remember me?
I hear the wind whisper your name in the trees.
Russell, Russell.

It's spring and the leaves are green.  
Like our faith in things unseen.
But soon turn to golden brown and fall to the ground.
Russell, Russell.

And the wind will take them home.  Wherever they are blown.
And when the go, they'll make a sweet, sweet sound.
Russell, Russell.