Caleb Edwards



Caleb Edwards
Camden, Maine
 
Writers:
Caleb Edwards – story source
Malcolm Brooks – musical sherpa
 
Recording:
Caleb Edwards – lead vocal, mandolin, violin, acoustic drums, standup bass
Isaiah Doble – harmony vocal
Malcolm Brooks – guitar

Isaiah Doble and Caleb Edwards
 
An additional song with Caleb:

  • Where My Eyes Should Go

  • Ravens
    After crossing the Knife Edge to the summit of Mount Katahdin, Caleb Edwards finds that hiking down with someone can be harder than hiking up.

    Through the rain and winds
    And the steep terrain
    And the long trail down
    Don’t look now there’s a hundred foot drop,
    No don’t look now there’s a hundred foot drop below
     
    We were sore and tired
    Began to fight
    Over little things
    Don’t look now there’s a hundred foot drop,
    No don’t look now there’s a hundred foot drop below
     
    Why can’t we be
    Sitting on the mountain top
    With you and me together
    Watching these ravens fly around us
     
    By this glacier stream
    I feel us drift apart
    And it makes me sad
    Don’t look now there’s a hundred foot drop,
    No don’t look now there’s a hundred foot drop below
     
    Why can’t we be
    Sitting on the mountain top
    With you and me together
    Watching these ravens fly around us
     
    We just kind of sat in that water
    And relaxed everything
    I felt really good about it
    And then You looked up and said
    Wow look what we did
    Wow look what we did, and you said
     
    Why can’t we be
    Sitting on the mountain top
    With you and me together
    Watching these ravens fly around us