David...thanks for including me in this thang...
back in the day, with the Rockabilly Rhythm Boys,
we played a song by bandmate Joe New called
"Frank & Jesse James" that explored the imaginations
of two boys playing outlaw....the chorus was:
"Cole and all the Younger boys
would join us on their ride.
All the banks in Kansas
knew our names.
Our dime store six guns
a hundred Glendale trains.
The two of us pretendin'
we were Frank and Jesse James."
Dave Monterey has written songs and performed in original bands across Northern California since 1970. The meanings and poetry of lyric is his passion.