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Tim Moberly: Acoustic Guitar & Backing Vocals
Randy Flones: Drums
Andrew Thies: Lead Vocals
Lori Hoyt: Violin
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Lyrics

I remember sunny summer days when we were kids
Walking over to your house to see if you could play
There never was a doubt
Wouldn't leave each other out
We would just while the time away

We were the stars of the neighborhood, you and me
Led all the kids to the field across the street
A place where we could go
To be all alone
A place of refuge for ourselves

Off to Mohawk Park, again
To talk about where we've been
And where we're headed to
Got so many things to do
Each day is something new, with you
Back at Mohawk Park

We were blood brothers and I knew we would survive
From within our treehouse we could rule the world
Green street to third avenue
All within our view
The gift of youth was on our side

Off to Mohawk Park, again
To talk about where we've been
And where we're headed to
Got so many things to do
Each day is something new, with you
Back at Mohawk Park

Twenty years have come and gone, and we have moved on
Here I am at Mohawk Park, the ballfield we played on
My son steps up to bat
Wearing his father's cap
Another generation rules the world

Off to Mohawk Park, again
To talk about where we've been
And where we're headed to
Got so many things to do
Each day is something new, with you
Back at Mohawk Park

(Copyright 1992 Tim Moberly, Randy Flones, Pete Pecoraro)