I dreamed she once loved me….In the land called Trinidad

“Trinidad” was the opening track on Eddie Money’s third studio album, Playing For Keeps, which was released in the summer of 1980. Great to get a video finished for an Eddie Money track. Bought every one of his records back in the day, and while Playing For Keeps wasn’t one of my favorite albums, “Trinidad” did rank with my favorite Eddie Money tracks. It’s a great track….hope you enjoy it as much as I do?!

As usual HUGE THANKS to everyone who’s art contributed to this new art…THANK YOU!!!!

[Lyrics]
There once was a story
From a thousand yesterdays
I read it in this ancient book
When the old man passed away
I drifted through the pages
And it’s magic filled my eyes
I dreamed she once loved me
In the land called Trinidad

I ride the wind
Sail the water
She calls my name
To come on back to her in
Trinidad
Trinidad

The silence on the ocean
Like the silence in my heart
She still sings to me softly
Through the night
And in the dark

I ride the wind
Sail the water
She calls my name
To come on back to her in
Trinidad
Take me back (3X)
Trinidad

She waits by her window
And she shines a light for me
To help me through the harbor
In the land called Trinidad

I ride the wind
Sail the water
She calls my name
To come on back to her in
Trinidad
Trinidad (Trinidad)
Take me back (3X)
(Take me back)
Trinidad (Trinidad)
Come on home to hold me
(Come on home)
Trinidad
Hey hey hey
(Trinidad, Take me back)
(Oh oh oh, oh oh oh)
(Trinidad, Take me back)
(Oh oh oh, oh oh oh)

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