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A Song Of Tribute To The Lost Town Of Paradise

A songwriting duo from Paradise, Calif., wrote an ode to their hometown, destroyed in last month's Camp Fire, called "One of these days." They've just released a professionally produced version.
Nathaniel Smith and Miykael Goodwin have a band name now, Cold Weather Sons, and a professionally produced single, "One of These Days." The song is a lament for the town lost to the Camp Fire in 2018. Source: Courtesy Cold Weather Sons

In the aftermath of the Camp Fire, two musicians from Paradise, Calif., wrote a tribute to their hometown which was destroyed by the fire. The song, called "One of These Days," quickly went viral online.

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