From the recording And So It Is...

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Lyrics

Jesus and Buddha and Sai Baba were having coffee upstairs one day,
when the doorbell rang on the southland's green and the sky broke away.

Your spirit floated beside me, floated in and a half step back,
just to watch with pride a tear in your eye, as Otis started to sing.

As I recall, by the mouth of the Mississippi
As I recall, on the banks of a river wide
As I recall, by the open mouth of the Mississippi
As I recall, the flower you saw was I…

The sun beamed down, anchored in the heat. The hottest thing there was right there on the street.
Was it a, a pillar or a grave of a long, still, dying slave that opened the door behind me?

As I recall, by the mouth of the Mississippi
As I recall, on the banks of a river wide
As I recall, by the open mouth of the Mississippi
As I recall, the flower you saw was I…

See the people. Smell the air.
Music is everywhere!
We are God's hands and feet; every heart, as it beats, (Created)
created in your image it's true (oooo Where was I)
I was in New Orleans when I found you midst of all there was see.
Ain't it funny how you reminded me? (Reminded me)

As I recall, by the mouth of the Mississippi
As I recall, on the banks of a river wide
As I recall, by the open mouth of the Mississippi
As I recall, the flower you saw was I…