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From the album: Walk With Me

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“Pistol By My Side”

Words and Music by Dylan Kader

Well, I made my way into the town just the other day.
I was looking for a friend of mine, but it seems he’s gone away.

So I saddled up upon my horse; through the desert I did ride!
For days and nights I did alright with but a pistol by my side

Before I rode right through the pass those mountains ran me dry.
The sun beat down from high above with no shade for us to find

I fell off of my horse as I was burnt and weary eyed.
We both laid down upon the ground with my pistol by my side..

With my pistol by my side for long and lonely nights,
I find my comfort in the wind underneath those desert skies.
Underneath those desert skies!

I woke with stars above me; below the ground was cold.
I walked the path I found until the night was growing old.

When day broke far behind me, the sun became by guide.
Though now alone, I felt at home with my pistol by my side.

With my pistol by my side for long and lonely nights,
I find my comfort in the wind underneath those desert skies.
Underneath those desert skies!

With my pistol by my side!


“Jimszamar”

Words by Dylan Kader Music by Jim Kader & Jon Truelson

The streets are full of people when there are sunny blue skies.
As I stand alone now, I must ask the reason why.
The rain has started falling; I can’t look away.
The winter winds are calling; you know they’ll have their say..

The water level’s rising; its heading straight into town.
If we can’t ease this storm it’s gonna bring the levee down!

The ledge begins to crumble as the ocean it calls.
The rip tides pull you and you know you’re bound to fall.
But roots run deep; your passion is strong.
The ground below you keeps, though you know it won’t be long..

Flash flood warning; time to make for the hills!
Gather what’s important for the tides gonna do what it will..

It’s time to head back now, but what will we find?
The muddy waters came through and they likely weren’t too kind.
Home on the horizon: we’ll get there today.
With our livelihoods behind us, what price will we have to pay?

The hurricane is over; she’s had more than her fill.
The town is barely standing, but you know it’s standing still!


“I’d Be Pleased”

Words and Music by Jon Truelson

I’d be pleased just to love you if you don’t mind
I don’t know too much about you but I’ve got time
I’d be pleased just to love you if you don’t mind

Every day I think about you wherever I go
Are you free? Could you see me? I really don’t know
I’d be pleased just to love you. I guess it don’t show!

(Bridge 1:)
Well I try to do things right but I don’t know just what that is
If I could say what’s on my mind I’d never tell you quite like this
I’d be pleased just to love you if you don’t mind

(Bridge 2:)
Well I know you won’t believe I’ve never felt like this before
If you stay with me tonight I’m sure I’ll try to tell you more
I’d be pleased just to love you if you don’t mind

I’d be pleased just to love you if you don’t mind
I don’t know too much about you but I’ve got time
I’d be pleased just to love you if you don’t mind
If you don’t mind
If you don’t mind..


“Without The Bad”

Words and Music by Harry Cooper

I woke up today
With the smoke detectors chirpin
My rents 10 days late and ive hardly started working.
My dog is old and my car just broke.
All my freinds think life is one big joke.

Youve got to
Get up it seems In hard times like these
Cuz
Without the bad the good will never be seen.
Never be seem.
Without the bad. The good Will never be seen

It was a rainy tuesday morning my birthday no less
Didnt feel like getting up didint wanna get dressed
but i told myself this world wont pass me by
I’m 26 years old im hardly gunna die.

So i put on my shirt and I went to work
and I told myself i said this aint Gunna hurt.
I said to myself this world wont past me by
I’m not nearly sick and old im hardly gunna die i said.
Without the bad. The good will never be seen. × 4

There’s more to life then meets the eye
ya gotta let go ya gotta let faith decide.
Follow your heart and you cant go wrong
if you know the words to life we can all sing along and it goes.
Get up it seems in hard times like these.
Cuz without the bad the good Will never be seen.
Never be seen.

Without the bad. The good Will never be seen


“Fernwood”

Words and Music by Dylan Kader

Quarter past eleven and the sun was beating down.
The waves were crashing on the beach as we passed right through the town.
40 miles, just down the road, until we find the place called home.
And when that sun beats down again, it’s time for us to roam!

We found ourselves the campground and cabin 31.
Then built ourselves a fire and it burned ‘til it was done.
Those chilly winds came blowin’ in and we felt it to the bone.
That morning mist is the breath of life in this place where we have grown!

Back out on the road, my friend; southbound on the coast.
Traveling with my mandolin and the one I love the most.
And if those redwood trees come tumbling down on me,
I’ll pick myself up by my straps and get back on that road!

We made our way into the woods and up to Salmon Creek.
Then stayed right by that waterfall ‘til the sun was growing weak.
40 miles, just down the road, past coastal highway signs,
Until we warm our hearts and play some songs to pass the time!

Mary called us to the town, but soon her voice was lost.
We found ourselves back on her trail, but she doubled then in cost.
Those chilly winds came blowin’ in with Carmel to our backs.
Those dusty trails upon those hills is where we’ll make our tracks!

Back out on the road, my friend; southbound on the coast.
Traveling with my mandolin and the one I love the most.
And if those redwood trees come tumbling down on me,
I’ll pick myself up by my straps and get back on that road!

And if those redwood trees come tumbling down on me,
I’ll pick myself up by my straps and get back on that road!

Yes, if those redwood trees come tumbling down on me,
I’ll pick myself up by my straps and get back on that road!


“Heaven Looks Down”

Words and Music by Robert Pickett

I’m begging your pardon
I’m begging you, please
I’ve begged for forgiveness
Cause my time here is brief

(Chorus)
When heaven looks down on me,
when heaven looks down on me.
When heaven looks down, down on the ground,
when heaven looks down on me

I’m looking for something
That I cannot see
Dig up the dirt from my past
And the roots of my family tree

(Chorus)

Lately I’m paying my own reparations,
right now I’m cold as a stone
Lately I’m weighing my own calculations,
my own, yeah my own

Sometimes I wonder,
When they look down on me
I’ve hand picked the fruits of my labors
In the fields of eternity

(Chorus)


“Wake Again”

Words and Music by Dylan Kader

It’s getting early. I hear the birds singing outside my door.
The sun is rising; a sudden beauty that I can’t afford.
I lay my head down and find the time for me to take my rest.
I wake again to find that beauty settled down out west.
That beauty settled down out west.
That beauty settled down out west!

The heat is building; frozen skies dosed with a touch of grey.
The ground is moving. There’s light behind us it’s a brand new day.
I try to feel it’s kindness. Once again I found it just won’t last.
I wake again to find that sun is setting down too fast.
That sun is setting down too fast.
That sun is setting down too fast!

Bridge:
I see the sunlight with watchful eyes but still it slips away.
Engulfed in darkness, my strongest thought is that darkness brings the brand new day.
That darkness brings the brand new day!

It’s getting early. I hear the birds singing outside my door.
The sun is rising; a sudden beauty that I can’t afford.
I lay my head down and find the time for me to take my rest.
I wake again to find that beauty settled down out west.
That beauty settled down out west.
That beauty settled down out west.
That beauty settled down out west.
That beauty settled down out west!


“Those Days”

Words and Music by Dylan Kader

I left those days behind me to find me again.
And I ain’t coming back; you sure closed that door for me, my friend.

You painted the sky and I could feel the rain.
What can I do with my life to keep from going insane?
But like all storms, this too will pass and the river will sing at last.
Yes we’ll hear her sing at last!

I’m on my way and you know it’s time I go now with the wind.
But my car won’t start and the noose won’t let me loose this time, my friend!

What we’ve left behind; all the joys and pain.
I found the tracks in the dead of night and hopped a northbound train!
Just passed through Hartford, now we’re moving fast and the river will sing at last.
Yes we’ll hear her sing at last!

I left those days behind me to find me again.


“One with Zero”

Words and Music by Robert Pickett

When you talk about connection
And that struggle for control
I won’t miss your misdirection
No, you can’t infect my soul

(Chorus)
Don’t make me one with zero
You can’t make me one with zip
Don’t make me one with zero
No my block, don’t need your chip

I don’t believe that I believe you
When all those lies begin to rust
That’s how people will perceive you
When all the pie goes to the upper crust

(Chorus)

And the goal, of my control
Just leave that up to me
I must confess, your GPS
is RFID

You might think I may be crazy
Like it’s on big conspiracy
Blur the lines of truth all hazy
When it’s just too plain to see
(Chorus)


“Dan The Outlaw”

Words and Music by Dylan Kader

Just south of Mesa Verde, on Colorado plains
there lived a man who found his life in rags and not in fame.
Danny was an outlaw living on the run.
He nearly made it to Durango, when he knew his time had come!

When Danny was a child, his brother passed away.
His friends wanted to show him love, but didn’t know what to say.
Young Danny found his comfort in the bottom of a glass;
he didn’t want to feel the pain no more and this numbed him oh so fast.

Then he found some more just like him and they drank away their fears.
Pretty soon they robbed a train and fled right out of here.
And as they hit that highway, they found what they had lost. But this freedom has a price to pay, and soon they’ll pay that cost.

Yes, soon they’ll pay that cost!

Now this band of newfound outlaws went back to Danny’s farm.
There they promised their young friend that his mom would see no harm.
But as Danny fed the horses, the law came rolling in
and bullets tore right through the house where his mother just had been!

Danny fired swiftly and downed the sheriffs son.
The sheriff then fell to his knees and threw off both his guns.
The other lawmen fired and Danny had to ride,
but that sheriff swore under his breath, “There’s no place you can hide!”

There’s no place you can hide!

Now the sheriff and his posse of 30 something men
came up quick behind him as he ran back to his den.
Danny grabbed his pistols and he put up quite a fight
but those boys were closing in; he wouldn’t make it through night.

He wouldn’t make it through the night!


“Show You the Way”

Words and Music by Harry Cooper

Walk with me let me show you the way.
Ya smile so brightly it lightens our day.
Memories we’ve had and the ones that we’ve made.
I’ll keep them with me until I’m in my grave.
Laser lights criss cross your world builds back up inside.

I shutter to think all the times you were wrong.
You sitting there so frikin high on your throne.
Send me a signal toss me a bone.
Keep actin’ like this gonna end up alone.
The laser lights criss cross your world builds back up inside.

But now that we’re here our whole lives have changed.
A beautiful glow on those things that were plain.
Nothing seems real.
Nothing seems strange.
Your light towards the future it drives me insane.
The laser lights criss cross your world builds back up inside.

Walk with me let me show you the way.
Ya smile so brightly it lightens our day.
Memories we’ve had and the ones that we’ve made.
I’ll keep them with me until I’m in my grave.
Laser lights criss cross your world builds back up inside.

Woahhhh let me show you the way.
Let me show you the-
Woahhh let me show you the way

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  • Another song from October 14 at the I81 Northbound Virginia welcome center.

  • Ran into four of the guys on October 14th at the I81 North Virginia Welcome Center just inside the Virginia state line coming from Tennessee. The welcome center / rest area has an area setup with guitars for travelers to stop and play a while and that’s where I had the pleasure of meeting them and listening for a while. Nice break from driving. Oh and thanks guys for the CD! Love it!!

  • Tonight we went into Horizon Music Group Studios to talk to the man himself, Vic Steffens, and get the process started. We will be taking it slow on shows for the next few months as we put together a full blown studio CD this winter and we couldn’t be happier to be doing it with Vic! We will still have a few shows here and there, so don’t miss out on the cream train when it comes rollin’ into your town: 11/8 - Bishop's Lounge in NoHo, MA (10pm start) 11/15 - The Eleven in Naugatuck, CT (9:30pm start) 11/17 - Beau's Bar in Greenlawn, NY (EARLY SUNDAY SHOW: 4-8pm) 11/27 - Worcester Palladium for Wormtown Thanksgiving in Woostah, MA supporting our brother Zach Deputy! (8pm Creamery opening set) 11/30 - The State House in New Haven, CT w/ John Spignesi Band and Friends Of A Feather (Music starts at 8pm) 12/6 - Arch Street Tavern in Hartford, CT w/ Joon (Music starts at 10pm) 12/20 - Harlow's Pub in Peterborough, NH (9:30 start) See y’all out there on the road! And keep an eye out for our new CD. We plan to release a few songs along the way to let you hear some of the magic that is unfolding! 🐮🤘👽

  • That stage one live lp is fire! Good to see you guys as always.

  • Love ya Vinnie! Remembering you (and all of our fallen brothers and sisters) today as we hit the road heading south. Don’t forget to look out for one another y’all! ❤

  • Dayum, that was a weekend for the record books!!! We needed a few days of recovery before posting this. Friday night saw Creamery Station roll into Hebron, CT for an appearance at the "sold out" Just Joshin' Music Festival ...whatta fun and creamulicious good time as hundreds joined us and many other talented bands for one helluva raging hoot and good time...this has got be one of the most fun Fall music festivals in Connecticut, and the most comfy digs you can ask for in a music fest; rain, early snow, chilly temps; no problemo, the stage and some of the rooms are indoors at the super nice, yet rustic Camp Hemlocks facility...we love throwing it down here!!! A very special shout out to festival organizer, Andy Mooney , for putting together one of the best parties in the state, and while we're handing out kudos, howz about Cody Urban (guitar)and Isaac Young (sax) for sitting in with us and helping us pack the dance floor for a rip snorting cover of the Billy Preston classic, “Will It Go 'Round In Circles"...some blazing playing by Cody and Isaac on that tune that had the entire Just Joshin' crowd shakin' booty!!!!!!!!!!!! Late night shenagins followed with a variety of late night acoustic jams... All in all, yet another off the charts Just Joshin' Festival for the record books...we look forward to returning to Camp Hemlocks hopefully again in 2020... Stay tuned!!! Saturday afternoon, the Cream bus rolled into "the Valley" for an appearance at the Smoke In The Valley Festival at BAD SONS Beer Co. in Derby, CT!!! A mind blowing variety of micro brews from around the state, along with yummy barbeque and food trucks, and gorgeous Fall weather drew a big crowd to "the Valley" for a fun Saturday afternoon shindig! Following a kick ass opening set by roots rockers, Fingersleeve, Creamery Station took the stage, performing for a crowd of over a thousand beer swilling, but good natured folks, what an appreciative audience... Dayum, whatta off the hook gig... So great to see many of our Station Nation citizens in attendance, along with so many new friends and fans we met that day... Yup, that was a mighty fun show!!!!!!!!!! Great to see live music return to the Smoke In The Valley Festival again, and we hope this may become a regular, annual event for us! If that wasn't enough, a stripped down, (almost) acoustic version of Creamery Station, performing under the moniker of, "Creamery Kid And Friends", hit the stage Sunday afternoon at the Bethany Harvest Festival in Bethany, CT... We performed a set of bluegrassy acoustic versions of some of our Creamery Station songs and rootsy covers!!! Unfortunately rain moved in about 15 minutes into our set, but we enjoyed playing for several dozen hard core fans who danced on in the rain... Turned out to be a fun gig! We would like to thank those of you who soldiered on with us in the rain, we're very appreciative of your fortitude! The large, appreciative, and enthusiastic crowds we performed for this past weekend just shows us how incredibly fortunate we are to have so many devoted and loving fans...we can't thank you all enough!!!!!! We're just so appreciative of your support...we love our friends, fans, and fam...thank you to our Station Nation!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 🐮🤘👽

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  • TONIGHT! We begin our double header weekend. ***Note: THESE WILL BE OUR ONLY SCHEDULED CONNECTICUT SHOWS OF OCTOBER!! *** Tonight (Friday 10/4): We play from 10-11pm at this year’s Just Joshin' Music Festival in Hebron, CT alongside a huuuuge list of our good friends bands. Like, fuck yeah. Tomorrow (Saturday 10/5): We head to BAD SONS Beer Co. in Derby, CT to play at this year’s Smoke In The Valley event alongside Fingersleeve and a long list of incredible beers on tap for the day!! Fingersleeve 12:30-2pm and Creamery Station 2:30-4:15pm See y’all out there!! ❤ 🐮🤘👽

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  • TOMORROW NIGHT! We head to the legendary Chance Theater in Poughkeepsie, NY to play a show with our good friends in Gratefully Yours. We hit at 8pm sharp followed by two sets of the dead, so come early and stay late for a full night of music! ❤ Art by Kenny Schneidman

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