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CROSS CANADIAN RAGWEED lyrics - Highway 377

Time To Move On

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A young man's searching Trying to find his soul He's heard all the myths and the stories that he's told He searches his heart for the magic to behold He wants to find the answers before he grows old (chorus) One door closes two doors open The road you take is the path you've chosen T he end is the beginning, beginning is the end Every road gonna bring you round again Stop and look around Time to move on My old man is traveling Now he's lost his way He's drifting in the middle And his hair is turning gray What you don't know might hurt you When your pride gets in the way If you don't read the signs You'll get lost along the way (chorus) You got to follow your bliss Gotta follow your sorrow Where will you be when you wake up tomorrow The choice is up to you It's yours and yours alone Every road gonna bring you home (chorus)

Pride Parade

DON MCLEAN
It started out quite simply, as complex things can do; A set of sad transparencies 'til no one could see through, But least of all the one inside, behind the iron glass; A prisonor of all your dreams that never come to pass. Alone you stand corrupted by the vision that you sought, And blinded by your hunger all your apetites are bought, But in spite of what becomes of you, your image will remain; A reminder of your constant loss, a symbol of your gain. CHORUS: And your friends are together, Where the people are all gathered, All along the road you travelled all your days. And soon you have succumbed to what the others all believe, And though the lie affects them still it's you that they decieve, And all at once you're lost within the emptieness of you, And there's no one left who's near enough to tell you what to do. You're left with nothing but your self-potential in the dark, Like tinder resting on a rock, protected from the spark, But your fire just consumes you, you alone can feel the pain, And you stand in all your glory and you know you can't complain. CHORUS But you are surely just as evil as the worst my tongue can tell, For you'll never face my heaven and I'll not endure your hell. You have lost your chance to mingle with your constant quiet lies; Deceptions hidden with your lips, but spoken with your eyes. For I know you for what you are not for that's really all you are. And your talents of a minor order seem to stretch too far. And we both know that this masquerade can't carry on too long. You're deep inside the Pride Parade, but where do you belong? CHORUS

Ray Ray's Juke Joint

JAMEY JOHNSON "The Dollar"
Well, I walked in to one of my old haunts. It used to be a honky-tonk Heaven. Some old slicker done bought the place, An' lit it up like a 7-11. Yes, they fired the band that used to play, "Okie From Muskogee" An' hired some dude with his hat on back'ards, Singin' hip-hop and karaoke. Shoulda know it was gonna happen, Bein' this close town. Oh but I know a beer joint back in the woods, That them city folks still ain't found. You make a right at the stomp with the barbed wire in it, Where the old church used to be. Then a mile mad curve on the gravel, Gonna throw you right off the road into Choctaw Creek. There's a one-lane bridge, just keep it in the middle, Pretty soon that road's gonna end. Welcome to Ray Ray's Juke Joint down in the holler: Y'all come back again. Mmm, Mmm, ah ha. We got ice-cold beer, an' chicken an' ribs, Cookin' on the grill out back. Three plays for a quarter on the jukebox in the corner, An' it's full of Hank, Haggard an' Cash. They got a long-legged waitress wearin' cut-off jeans; She's quick to take your order. Better leave her a tip but don't give her no lip, y'all: That girl is Ray Ray's daughter. They'll make you feel like family, An' everybody is your friend. But there's been folks messed up down there, That ain't never been seen again. You make a right at the stomp with the barbed wire in it, Where the old church used to be. Where the mile mad curve on the gravel, Gonna throw you right off the road into Choctaw Creek. There's a one-lane bridge, just keep it in the middle, Pretty soon that road's gonna end. Welcome to Ray Ray's Juke Joint down in the holler: Y'all come back again. Yeah, you make a right at the stomp with the barbed wire in it, Where the old church used to be. Where the mile mad curve on the gravel, Gonna throw you right off the road into Choctaw Creek. There's a one-lane bridge, just keep it in the middle, Pretty soon that road gonna end. Welcome to Ray Ray's Juke Joint down in the holler: Y'all come back again. Welcome to Ray Ray's Juke Joint down in the holler: Y'all come back again. Ah, don't be scared Nice place Mmm...

(I Can't Play) Basketball

JIMMY FALLON "The Bathroom Wall"
Yo! Are you ready for some air ball throwin, free throw blowin, no look where I'm goin, free style flowin? You are in my house baby! Well it's Tip off time and I'm off the tip. Walkin to the bench and I sit. Bite my lip, bustin out rhymes Standin in line cause it's garbage time. Cause I'm calm, I'm cool and I collected Eighteen shots that got rejected. I'm not Corey Feldman, I'm not Corey Haim. I got a license to drive but I ain't got game. (CHORUS 2x) Jimmy, What you say? You can't play Basketball Jimmy, what you say? (I double-dribble, traveled through the middle) You can't play Basketball (Oh, my bad - you're not on my team?) Wear my socks high cause it makes me feel cool. I don't know how to dribble, but I know how to drool. People always say that I'm a basketball fool. I got a little tiny hoop cold floatin in my pool. Played my friend's dog on a twenty dollar bet. I took him to the hole. I took him to the vet. Shoot from the three every chance I get. I call it in the air, nothin but nothin. (REPEAT CHORUS 2x) (SPOKEN) Okay, here's my chance. The open lane. Don't get nervous. Don't sweat. Everyone's watching. You can do it, man. I mean, just dribble up. Don't double dribble. Just dribble normal. Don't show everyone that you can dribble super-fast between your legs like you do in your driveway. No, this is in front of people on the court. I'm gonna go up in the air, I'm gonna dunk it as hard as I can. Cause usually I'm on the other end. People dunking on ME. I'm used to some 7 foot dude's thingy getting smacked in my face. I still got the bruise to prove it. But I ain't gonna take that nickname Dick Bruiseface lyin down! My name ain't Dick Bruiseface!! Well listen up ya'll! You know I'm not tall! My name was never written on the bathroom wall. I'm gonna say What's up?! I'm gonna take the pump. Cause I'm a moving pick, I'm gonna shoot some bricks. So I huff and puff, I say enuff Z'nuff. I'd rather watch Ahmad Rashad on the inside stuff.Say! (CHORUS 4x)

My Front Pages

ARLO GUTHRIE "Running Down The Road"
Words and Music by Arlo Guthrie I remember now the time you left You thought to say farewell But for how long you would be gone There was no way to tell You just set out upon your road It caused you lots of grief And took you many places that You came to, for to leave CHORUS: Alone for years you sailed around At last your ship come in Well, charge admission on her deck Or sail her out again Among the people that you met Are some you'll see again With perfumed flowers in your hands You stood there in the rain They set the stage for anything And everyone was game You came alone and now at home They stop and ask your name CHORUS You'd like to see your friends again The ones left on the road And ramble 'round from town to town And tell me what's been told And sing the song you sang before You sat before the king And fate alone will guide you on And give you words to sing CHORUS

Journey's End (Emalonjeni)

Johnny Clegg Savuka "Crocodile Love / Ya Vuka Inkunzi"
Every day now when I wake up You know I feel just a little bit stronger I stir my coffee with the promise I'll find you Although I know the road is much longer How many times I've sat and prayed I'd find some map to show the way How many times I've felt each day Laugh at me and just slip away Chorus I don't know where you are My eyes are fixed upon your star I know that that at the journey's end I will see your face again Indlela 'yasidedela (The way is now clear for us) Sihamb' emalonjeni (we begin our long journey) Another highway, another mile Through the dreamtime, down the Nile Under the desert sky blue I have a picture of loving you How many nights I lie awake Feeling your footprints in my soul How many miles will it now take To fill this cup and make it whole Chorus Sihamba singadlile, lasho ithumbo (We travel hungry, and our stomachs talk to us) Chorus

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