This song was written sort of by request while living in a trailer in the backyard of a friend of a friend. It was first recorded for a Christmas project in December, 1990. I first heard the reference to "prairie lights" in a Gordon Lightfoot song called "Alberta Bound." It also is the name of a fairly famous bookstore in Iowa City, Iowa. Thanks to Frankie Lafayette for supplying the 8-string console steel and Diana Hengerer for background vocals and improvised LSD scatting on the fade.
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SERTOMA is a service and business connecting organization that provides opportunities to support Kansas City area charities like Childrens Mercy and KS School for the Deaf. Our signature event is the family friendly Sound of the City 5K/10K held at Bass Pro Shops in Independence. We support hearing related causes. SERTOMA stands for SERvice TO MAnkind. Club President is Joshua S. Hill.