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Clint Black lyrics - D'lectrified

Bob Away My Blues

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well im goin down to the river ive got a canepole in my hand ive got my redworms in a maxwell house coffee can i'm gonna sit under ashade tree on a riverbank where its cool im gonna close my and dream and let that cork bob away my blues well i wake up every mornin i pick peaches all day and on saturday night we'll have a dance or two we might waller in the hay now the only thing that ever whipped my pa was this bad dude called old age and his last years was his best years and this is what he had to say he siad boy ive worked this dirt all my life but things aint been good for awhile why dont you move to the city make alittle money you might be the first one in the family ever to die with a smile well i took his advice things goin well but my friends are far and few but whoever said a city boy cant have the the country blues whoever said a city boy cant have the the country blues whoever said a city boy cant have the the country blues well honey they aint talked to me and you

Spanish Pipedream (Aka Blow Up Your Tv)

JOHN PRINE "John Prine"
She was a level-headed dancer on the road to alcohol And I was just a soldier on my way to Montreal Well she pressed her chest against me About the time the juke box broke Yeah, she gave me a peck on the back of the neck And these are the words she spoke Chorus: Blow up your T.V. throw away your paper Go to the country, build you a home Plant a little garden, eat a lot of peaches Try an find Jesus on your own Well, I sat there at the table and I acted real naive For I knew that topless lady had something up her sleeve Well, she danced around the bar room and she did the hoochy-coo Yeah she sang her song all night long, tellin' me what to do Repeat chorus: Well, I was young and hungry and about to leave that place When just as I was leavin', well she looked me in the face I said You must know the answer. She said, No but I'll give it a try. And to this very day we've been livin' our way And here is the reason why We blew up our T.V. threw away our paper Went to the country, built us a home Had a lot of children, fed 'em on peaches They all found Jesus on their own

Leave My Blues At Home

THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND "Idlewild South"
I been trapped inside four walls, feel like I can't call to no one ah, way out on the outside. Well livin' alone is easy, but too long just don't seem really quite the thing to do, no. Think I'll drink up a little more wine, to ease my worried mind. And walk down on the street, and leave my blues at home. All behind. The landlord is on my line, I can't get no peace of mind. But I know there's something better. I can't stay and I can't run, can't keep waitin' for someone to find and go roll. Well I'll gather up all my four leaf clovers. Don't leave, I'm on my way over. A walk down on the street, and leave my blues at home. All behind. And I feel I have to scream whenever I get the notion. And though I try so hard, I can't hold back my emotions. But I... love you, but I can't have ya. Won't you sit by my side. You don't work, the man don't pay ya. There ain't no saint to come and save ya, oh, puttin' your toll down. Well, if you ride you pay the fare... with Satan on your back. And he don't care where you come from or where you goin'.\ And before I get myself all down, I jump up and kick the door down. And walk down on the street, and leave my blues at home. All behind.

Secrets

John Cale "Last Day On Earth"
What do you think is going on here the old man said from his chair? D'You think this is anything new? Now look here son. This is just like it was back in the old days before the last war? Then the politics changed, the scene rearranged and became how we know now is quo. Oh yeah, there were times when everyone smiled and the greed of the good times would roll, but a heartbeat away was the crime that did pay - the shot that was heard around the world. If you go to sleep, the old man explained, you're just going to miss on your turn. But if you stay awake the path that you take may in fact become a bridge to be burned. And the old man turned away (Secrets) wiping his tears from his eyes. It's already too late, he whispered, but that's certainly no reason to cry. (Dirty little secrets) You see the last pioneer is waving his flag, framing the organ bone by bone, burning in sections, twisting his flag and walking on glass as he is clearing his tomb. Yeah, nevertheless, there's no money, said the kid. Eh well, half-price hookers are watching the mast, the old man said, prepared to face the music and laugh. Bring the shadows down on the heads of the soft ladies that lie on their mechanical beds. And nevertheless, there ain't no money, the kid said. Well so call up a future and rewrite the past, said the old man. Raise the hammer and stifle the news, polish the armour and dust off the grass. There's more dead-end options here than we'll ever use. But nevertheless, there's no money, said the kid. Well, hell, there's glitter galore to tell you of gold. (Secrets) Nevertheless there ain't no money, said the kid. (Secrets) With second hand hardware all over the world? Dirty little secrets) Nevertheless there ain't no money. Well listen, times are hard but the crowd's flooding in. Yeah, nevertheless there ain't no money. Hey kid, second class will sell to the valley again don't worry. But nevertheless there ain't no money, said the kid. Well, what do you want me to do about it? said the old man. I've come up with every argument I can for the fact that the lawyers are leeching the marrow out of the bone of anyone who's got an original idea in this country. Well what country are you talking about? said the kid. I'm talking about the country where my nephew makes honey out of old orange peels and plastic out of old BandAids. I'm talking about a country where the sun never sets, I'm talking about a country where fish are the bricks that build the edifices from which you can throw yourself in a veritable syndrome of court reverence. Ahaha, greed and gun and invests. Nevertheless there ain't no money, said the kid. Marks and pounds and pieces of flesh? said the old man. Nevertheless there ain't no money, said the kid. Hey, no protection is worth a damn, said the old man. Nevertheless there ain't no money, said the kid. They're sending the waters off Helega lamps. Nevertheless there ain't no money, said the kid. They're carving the marble shape of the urn. Nevertheless there ain't no money, said the kid. A goateed image in Turkish stone? Nevertheless there ain't no money. Oh God, said the kid, what am I going to do with my life now? The woman settled for anomalous clothes and socks some place in Vermont. Nevertheless there ain't no money, said the old man. The young man is evidently not worth suing. Nevertheless there ain't no money, said the old man. State of Vermont is in America? said the kid. Nevertheless there ain't no money, said the old man. They're doing it again and again and again. Nevertheless there ain't no money, said the old man.

St. Louis Blues

JERRY REED "A Good Woman's Love"
Well I hate to see that evening sun going down I hate to see uh that evening sun going down That good gal of mine she done up and left this town all right Well I got the St Louis Blues just as blue as I can be Oh that woman's got a heart like a rock in the deep blue sea Or else she would not she would not have gone so far from me St Louis woman with all your diamond rings You lead a good man every hour by your apron strings Well now if it wasn't by your powder all that store bought hair Well then woman you know you wouldn't have gone nowhere You wouldn't have gone that's right I've got them St Louis Blues just as blue as I can be... Yeah if I'm feeling tomorrow just like I feel today Now girl if I'm feeling tomorrow just like I feel today Then I'm gonna pack up all my bags take my bags and make my getaway Whoa I have got the St Louis Blues...

Homesick

PENNYWISE "Unknown Road"
I walk down my old street Used to be home for me and now there's spraypaint on the walls I see a house that at one time looked nice but now it is abandoned There's nothing left at all So why, why must we let our chances fly When oh when oh will we ever see hope again Why, why, why is it hard to say goodbye Well oh well oh at least I can still remember when our city used to be such a beautiful place Now you can't walk down the street the same and think you'll see the same My hands are in the air It makes no sense to me I cannot explain this tragety My first trip to city I remember thinking that the buildings stood so tall and when I see that my old stomping ground is just a ravaged they seem so small now rather feel like I'm living in someone else's-dream It dosen't seem this is the way that things should be it's like a dark cloud swallowed up humanity Whatever it is it is be-yond-me Homesickness is the flu that surrounds me A virus spreading through the street It astounds me Homesickness

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