And now the purple dusk of twi-light time
Steals a-cross the meadows of my heart,
High up in the sky, the lit-tle stars climb,
Al-away re-min-ding me that we're a-part.
You wandered down the lane and far a-way,
Leav-ing me a song that will not die,
Love is now the stardust of yes-ter-day,
The mus-ic of the years gone by...
Lyrics written by, Mitchell Parish 1929
SPECIAL THANKS GOES TO:
Helen Hertha; Paul Daraghy, (ROAGK); Dr. George B. Stoneman, MD; Virginia Hardisty Stoneman, (family history memoirs); Duane & Miriam Benell; Robert Crockett Eckart; Barbara (Howell) Luckadoo; Fern Bray, (Remember When); Christopher W. Kirk, (Shrewsbury Historical Commission); Ann Kennedy, Ph.D.; Judy Lukitsch; Sharon Leslie; Hunter G. Rauhofer; Ms. Coi E. Drummond-Gehrig, (Denver Public Library, Western History Department); Bruce Mathews, (Elmwood Cemetery, Trustee); William Bischoff, (Ancestry); and David Crowe, (Ancestry), for their research and collaboration...