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Domino Fats lyrics - My Blue Heaven-Best Of

Valley Of Tears

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Walkin' to New Orleans Fats Domino United Artists XW 007 The Silver Spotlight Series (Domino/Bartholomew/Guidry) Travis Music Co. BMI It's time I'm walkin' to New Orleans I'm walkin' to New Orleans I'm going to need two pair of shoes When I get through walkin' to you When I get back to New Orleans I've got my suitcase in my hand Now, ain't that a shame I'm leavin' here today Yes, I'm goin' back home to stay Yes, I'm walkin' to New Orleans You used to be my honey Till you spent all my money No use for you to cry I'll see you bye and bye Cause I'm walkin' to New Orleans I've got no time for talkin' I've got to keep on walkin' New Orleans is my home That's the reason why I'm goin' Yes, I'm walkin' to New Orleans FADE: I'm walkin' to New Orleans I'm walkin' to New Orleans I'm walkin' to New Orleans above, and are for personal use and research interest only.

New Orleans

TOBY KEITH "How Do You Like Me Now"
He was twenty-five, she was twenty-eight He was home grown country, she'd just pulled off the interstate She bought a Dr. Pepper, ten dollars worth of gas She was ovbiously lost but too afraid to ask directions So he offered her a smile and a stick of Beech Nut gum He said where you headed to girl, where are you coming from She said New Orleans but that's another story New Orleans that's another time That's another town, that's another life First she stayed a day then she stayed a week Couple of months later they were living on his parent's street He worked the station and she worked the store And then they had a baby and Then they had one more little Jesse When she dropped the kids off at the mother's day out All the ladies had their questions But they knew not to ask about New Orleans but that's another story New Orleans that's another time That's another town, that's another life Wednesday night supper at the First Baptist Church Stranger standin' in the doorway As they're passin' out the dessert He said go on and pack your bags Cause I'm here to take you home I'm goin' back to Louisiana And woman I ain't gonna go with out you There's a few defining moments in every person's life When you know what you've done wrong And you know what you've done right And before the congregation and her husband and her kids She says, 'How dare you even speak to me After everything you did'...in New Orleans but that's another story New Orleans that's another time That's another town, that's another life That's another town, that's another life

Beautiful Story

JIN "Say Something"
AyoJin.com You know I gotta say something Check Here's a tale that must be told, picture this, a 12 year old Maybe 13 but that's the max, definitely no older than that This thing's called rap, had him open in fact, it wasn't enough just ownin' the tracks Learnt every song word for word, thought of himself as the opening act No stage, no microphone, just a bathroom mirror, maybe a comb Blink of an eye and the world of his own, just like that, king on the throne Until one day he simple felt, in need of a way to express himself Pen and a pad, line after line, just him and his rhymes, nobody else Of course he wasn't the illest in sight, in fact he sucked but still he would write Little by little the feelin' was right that eventually he would be killin' the mic After school freestylin' flows, countless ciphers, talent shows World revolved around his craft, his passion and his happy codes Mom and pops had rotten views of Hiphop and would not approve They stood firm, no matter how hard he tried, they could not be moved Still he let his fire burn, hopin' that the tide would turn Until that day his prime concerned, was your respect he tried to earn Maybe that's why at the time, only one thing was on his mind Everyday, every night, mic or no mic, all he wanted to do was just rhyme But who, whoever the heck would listen? Witness a lyrical exhibition Wherever he went, no matter the time, he battled for props and recognition Parkin' lot at the mall, outside of a bathroom stall Didn't matter who, single or a crew, line 'em up and he would battle 'em all Eatin' rappers was all he knew, soon his reputation grew No matter what he was goin' through, step up stage and he feel brand new Still that wasn't enough to fulfil, his thirst and hunger for something more real Whatever the case, continue the chase, can't change your fate, once it is sealed Meanwhile back home sounds the same, folks started and now complain How he doesn't even care that the family business is goin' down the drain Truth is he's aimin' for more than just the fame and stardom Deep down inside he just wants to keep his family from starvin' So even though they hated, it kept him motivated If you have never seen this struggle before how will you recognize when you have made it? Finally graduated, parents were agitated The dream and hope of their son goin' to college has gradually faded He was determined to shine, time on the grind, tryna get signed Looked for a break anywhere he could find, a never endin' ladder for him to climb Knockin' on doors only to meet, so called execs who don't wanna greet All they expect is soap on their feet, he stays anyways, go on a beat That's when they see he's kinda raw, never encountered his kind before Rhyme before, not like any of the artist that they've ever signed before Whatever the case they wouldn't explain, no matter the label, it was the same Walkin' on in, walkin' on out, thank you for comin', we're glad that you came He didn't give up, he just kept strong, knowin' deep down that it wouldn't be long He did his turn, respect he earned, and eventually he would prove them wrong Far from an easy dream, on the right track but evening steam The MC man cause of what he's seen, until he popped up on a TV screen That's when the whole world saw him shine, then the word quickly spread online And it actually blew everyone's mind, guess who Ruff Ryders just signed? Yes sir, time does fly by, barely 10 years in the blink of an eye Fair share of lows, fair share of highs, in the mist of it all he's still the same guy Ain't with the R no more, some say he ain't a star no more He's alive and he's healthy, somebody tell me, what should he feel any sorrow for? Lookin' back, shows no stress, no remorse and no regrets In fact what seems like a lifelong journey is really just his first view steps

Millennium Theater

ANI DIFRANCO "Reprieve"
Millennium theater Get out there and buy that water and gas Ramadan orange alert Everybody put on your gas mask First leak it out about the president Then stand up and shout "impeachment" Pulling coat tails out from under that little V.P. Before he has a chance to get in the driver's seat Millennium spectacle Everybody put on a show Slip a little prince in the back door 21st century here we go Digital whiplash So many formats so little time While out in TV nation Under darkening skies The resistance is just waiting To be organized Millennium theater Chief justice is for sale Yucca mountain goddesses Their tears they form a trail Trickle down Israel Patriarchies realign The ice caps melt And New Orleans bides her time New Orleans bides her time Ladies and gentlemen Welcome to tonight's show The millennium theater Asks that you not smoke Please turn off your cell phones And forget what you think you know

Walkin' Away

DIAMOND RIO "IV"
Walkin' Away (Annie Roboff/Craig Wiseman) Sometimes a careless word just rolls right off my tongue Now matter what I do it leaves you all undone Hey baby no need to go crazy over some little something I've said Can't you see you're the keeper of my heart Even when I lose my head We've still got it good no matter how bad it gets Even after all this time the slipper still fits Hey just look at how far we've come by choosing to stay Baby don't go there love don't get nowhere walkin' away Sometimes the whisper of love gets lost in the angry shout Even hearts that are in this deep might think about an easy way out One honest touch makes those worries just fade like stars at dawn These occasional moments of weakness Only makes our love more strong We've still got it good no matter how bad it gets Even after all this time the slipper still fits Hey just look at how far we've come by choosing to stay Baby don't go there love don't get nowhere walkin' away It gets easier all the time Oh and harder and harder to leave behind We've still got it good no matter how bad it gets Even after all this time the slipper still fits Hey just look at how far we've come by choosing to stay Baby don't go there love don't get nowhere walkin' away Baby don't go there love don't get nowhere walkin' away

Choctaw Bingo

JAMES MCMURTRY "Saint Mary Of The Woods"
Strap them kids in, give 'em a little bit of vodka In a cherry coke, we're goin' to Oklahoma To the family reunion for the first time in years It's up at uncle Slaton's 'cause he's getting' on in years. No longer travels but he's still pretty spry Not much on talk and he's too mean to die And they'll be comin' down from Kansas and from west Arkansas It'll be one big old party like you've never saw. Uncle Slaton's got his texan pride Back in the thickets with his asian bride He's got an airstream trailer and a Holstein cow Still makes whiskey 'cause he still knows how. Plays that Chocktaw bingo every Friday night You know he had to leave Texas but he won't say why He owns a quarter section up by Lake Eufala Caught a great big old bluecat on a driftin' jugline. Sells his hardwood timber to the chippin' mill Cooks that crystal meth because his shine don't sell He cooks that crystal meth because his shine don't sell You know he likes that money, he don't mind the smell. My cousin Roscoe, Slaton's oldest boy From his second marriage up in Illinois He's raised in East St Louis by his mamma's people Where they do things different thought he'd come on down. He's goin' to Dallas Texas in a semi truck Caught from that big Mcdonalds, you know that one thats built up on that Big old bridge across the Will Rogers turnpike Took the big cabin exit stopped and bought a carton of cigarets. At that indian smoke shop with the big neon smoke rings In the Cherokee nation hit Muskogee late that night Somebody ran the stoplight at the Shawnee bypass Roscoe tried to miss him but he didn't quite. Bob and Mae come up from some little town Way down by Lake Texoma where he coaches football They were two A champions now for for two years running But he says they won't be this year, no they wont be this year. And he stopped off in Tushka at the pop knife and gun place Bought a SKs rifle and a couple full cases of that Steel core ammo with the berdan primers From some east bloc nation that no longer needs 'em. And a desert eagle thats one great big old pistol I mean fifty caliber made by bad-ass Hebrews And some surplus tracers for that old BAR Of Slaton's as soon as it gets dark, we're gonna have us a time We're gonna have us a time. Ruth-Anne and Lynn come down from Baxter Springs That's one hell-raisin' town way down in south eastern Kansas Got a biker bar next to the lingerie store That's got Rolling Stones lips up there in bright pink neon And they're right downtown where everyone can see 'em And they burn all night, you know they burn all night You know they burn all night. Ruth Ann and Lynn they wear them cut off britches And those skinny little halters and they're second cousins to me Man, I don't care I want to get between 'em With a great big ol' hard on like a old bois d'arc fence post You could hang a pipe rail gate from do some sister twisters 'Til the cows come home and we'd be havin' us a time. Uncle Slaton's got his texan pride Back in the thickets with his asian bride He's got a corner pasture and an acre lots He sells them owner financed strictly to them. It's got no kind of credit 'cause he knows they're slackers And they'll miss that payment and he takes it back Plays that Choctaw bingo every Friday night He drinks his Johnny Walker at that club 69 We're gonna strap those kids in give em a lil bit of Benadryl And a cherry coke we're goin' to Oklahoma, we're gonna have us a time We're gonna have us a time.

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