Samantha's Song

 

Kathie Stebbins Samantha's Song

by Cathie Stebbins

 Released 1983

Principle Records
SS-04330 45 rpm record.
Recorded at Blackstone Studios
Published by J. Crawford Productions, Augusta, Maine.

Vocals, Guitar & Piano – Cathie Stebbins

Lead Guitar – Ed Campbell

Bass Guitar – Dave Thibideau

Drums – John Carleton

Produced by Jim Crawford

Engineered by Ed Campbell


Samantha's Song

by Cathie Stebbins (1983)
 
I’m writing you this letter
Because I’m so confused
You see I’m only ten years old
With already so much to lose
My country wishes peace –
So does yours you say
But when I watch the news each night
I hear about D-Day
 
It seems to me with technology
We could learn to help each other
With satellites and silicon chips
We could do much better
You say you’ll help – war’s never been the way
It’s time to stop just talking
You’ve said all you can say

It seems to me with all I can see
 We should all be helping one another, another. . .
 
You see I’m only ten years old and
There’s a lot around just like me
But from where I stand you and Uncle Sam
Won’t leave us much to see
So please say you’ll do
What’s right and should be done
So I can stop this worrying
And start to have some fun
Start to have some fun, yeah
Start to have some fun
 
It seems to me with all I can see
We should all be helping one another,
Another, one another, another,
One another, can you bother.
 

 

 
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