Barley StationCome On Down Hey
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An Americana/Country song that open with enchanting mandolin riffs and is a smooth but driving song that is inviting in its lyrics and jubilant in its melody with vocal harmonies and mandolin weaved in carefully. The end of the song becomes like a finale of enchantment overlapping with vocal harmony goodness!


© & (P) 2017 Barleyfields Records (ASCAP); Randy Wayne Belt (ASCAP); Brian Olen Kious (ASCAP)

Come On Down Hey
(words and music by Randy Wayne Belt and Brian Olen Kious)

One day you walked away letting fear lead you on
But from the mouths of babes
Many miles gone away
When the sun speaks to one thing
And sings about the way – the way you taught

La da da hey - la da da babe - la da da away
Come on out hey - Come on down hey
Come on out and play

You’re afraid of the thunder
Slip under your covers
And we’ll make it go away
Mm hmm mm hmm

There’s one take – this wake - One round to play
Don’t make the same mistake
There’s a sound in the great room that’s playin’

La da da hey - la da da hey - la da da away
Come on out hey - Come on down babe
Come on out and stay

You’re afraid of the thunder
Slip under your covers
And we’ll make it go away
Mm hmm mmm hmm

(Washed away – away, Washed away – away,
Washed away – away, Washed away – away)

La da da hey - la da da babe - la da da away
Come on out hey - Come on out babe
Come on out and play

La da da hey - la da da babe - la da da away
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