Saturday Sessions: Waxahatchee, Kevin Morby perform "Sundowner"

Waxahatchee is the performance name of Alabama native Katie Crutchfield. Singer and musician Kevin Morby is her partner in life – and sometimes when performing as well. The pair recently moved back to Morby’s native Kansas City, where they both are creating new music. Morby’s new album “Sundowner” came out this fall, and Waxahatchee's album “Saint Cloud” was released last spring. The two joined “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform the song “Sundowner,” from Morby’s album “Sundowner.”

Video Transcript

[MUSIC - KEVIN MORBY, "SUNDOWNER"]

- (SINGING) Hey, man, where'd you get your tan? Well, I'd like to have that sunning me. See I like the sun, but I start to run the moment that the sun runs from me.

I am a sundowner. So live and leave. I am a sundowner. Don't let the sun go down on me.

Hey, ma, where'd you find pa? Well, I'd like to have some company. See I like a crowd, but I don't know how to keep one surrounding me.

I am a sundowner. So live and leave. I am a sundowner. Don't let the sun go down on me.

Well, I went to the market, but the market was closed. Sign on the window said the hours devour us. So I went to the river and it said come here. Let me whisper in your ear and it pulled me under. So I went to the Lord, but the Lord said, no, you're not welcome here anymore. So I went to the sky, but the sky was closed.

- (SINGING) Said I don't know where I'm going to go. I am a wondering soul. Through the back of what I know.

- (SINGING) I am a sundowner. Please, don't let the sun go down on me.

Hey, man, where'd you get your tan? Well, I'd like to have that sunning me.