JAMEY JOHNSON lyrics - That Lonesome Song

That Lonesome Song

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That mornin' sun made its way Through the windshield of my Chevrolet Whiskey eyes and ashtray breath On a chert rock gravel road What the hell did I do last night? That's the story of my life, Like tryin' to remember words To a song nobody wrote And it's sad and it's long And can't nobody sing along It's a south bound train It's a whistle in the wind Ain't no one there to care where I've been I'm hummin' on that lonesome song again I took a trip across the country from Montgomery Discovered I'd been wrong for so long I thought it was the fame and the glory and the money But all I've got to show is a damn song And it's sad and it's long And can't nobody sing along It's a south bound train It's a whistle in the wind There's no one there to sing to in the end I'm hummin' on that lonesome song again And it's sad and it's long And can't nobody sing along It's a south bound train It's a whistle in the wind Ain't no one there to care where I've been I'm hummin' on that lonesome song again The mornin' sun made its way Through the windshield of my Chevrolet Whiskey eyes and ashtray breath On a chert rock gravel road...

Turn Around

BILLY JOEL "Cold Spring Harbor"
Oh, sweet lady Runnin' like a stream You don't look back Because you know hands are clean You make believe That the past was just a dream You make believe the past was just a dream Turn around Turn around And I will sing for you a song I don't know where you been But you been gone too long Oh, Eliza, you must beget again And all the roads that you have walked are comin' to an end I was your lover but I thought I was your friend I loved you but I thought I was your friend So, turn around Oh, turn around And I will sing for you a song I don't know where you been But you been gone too long Oh, sweet lady stand beside the sea Maybe you will find a little time to think of me Won't you please remember what I tried so hard to be? Yeah, remember what I tried so hard to be So, turn around Oh, turn around Yeah, and I will sing for you a song And I don't know where you been But you been gone too long Too long I said, you been gone too long You been gone too long

A Worried Man

JERRY REED "Explores Guitar Country"
Well it takes a worried man to sing a worried song It takes a worried man to sing a worried song Well it takes a worried man to sing a worried song I'm worried now but I won't be worried long Well I went down to the river I lay down to sleep I went down to the river to lay me down to sleep Well I went down to the river I lay down to sleep When I woke up there were shackles on my feet So it takes a worried man to sing a worried song... This train I ride is twenty one coaches long This train I ride is twenty one coaches long This train I ride is twenty one coaches long That woman I love she's on that train and gone That's why it takes a worried man to sing a worried song... Oh yes it takes a worried man to sing a worried song...

You Didn't Need A Cloud

JACKSON BROWNE "The Nina Music Demo (Songs By Jackson Browne)"
As I saw you, you were looking through your window Looking at the clouds to know which way the wind blows You saw me - I was walking down your highway You didn't need a cloud to know the wind was blowing my way You didn't need a cloud to know the wind was blowing my way And wasn't it fine All the questions and the answers were mine I sang you a song about my walking A song I felt I had no right or reason to sing But you showed me that no matter what is said in song A singer has the right to sing as long as he can go on A singer has the right to sing as long as he can go on And isn't it true Now all the questions and the answers come from you

Commandante

K-OS "Joyful Rebellion"
[K-Os] This is an ambush Yo, check it [Verse 1] Lookin' at my watch it's about that time to ascend with this art of Zen Another rhyme manifested in the physical miracle emcee-in' Leading to a revolution Solution is seeing the mind as it rotates Make no debate, when I regulate, all the gens will terminate 'Cause we cut and slice irrelevance to the bone And decapitate rappers that idolize Al Capone or Jimmy Hoffa Not a hip-hop poppa, just a vigilante with the mic that I shot ya Chopped up, beat 'em and we proceeded to rock the bells Movin' quite well, so we got 'em hopped up Trained, raw, like Big Daddy Kane Plus I'm born on the same day as Kurt Cobain Rap +Nirvana+, call me the beat piranha Without the drama, yeah [Hook] Don't get this wrong This revolution song Hoping the wind can blow your way for once A man is truly dead when confident That's why we're all still waiting here so long [Verse 2] Astrologically, I'm the water and the fish Made a wish, now I'm stone-cold lyrical catalyst I don't eat fish, chicken or hamburger But I eat 40 emcees on a hot plate God's great Magnificent and munificent This is militant, in particular significant To the people, masses,lower classes Making the hardest of hard keloidal and flaccid Contaminants with backstage laminate sheet unoriginal thoughts That's why we stay adamant Which we perceive to alter the mind-state Making time wait, holding us up for hostage I lost it somewhere back in '96 When it's safe I'll play the game, I'm back in the mix With a brand-new bag of magic and pixie dust Love hip-hop, pray it never turns into lust (take it out) [Hook] Don't get this wrong This revolution song Hoping the wind can blow your way for once A man is truly dead when confident That's why we're all still waiting here so long Hey! Hey! Hey! Aiiiiiieeeee! [Hook] Don't get this wrong This revolution song Hoping the wind can blow your way for once A man is truly dead when confident That's why we're all still waiting here so long Commandante, come back home Commandante, come back home Commandante, come back home That's why we're all still waiting here so long

Song Of The South

ALABAMA "Southern Star"
Song, Song of the south sweet potato pie, and I shut my mouth gone, gone with the wind there aint no body looking back again cotton on roadside, cotton on the ditch we all picked the cotton but we never got rich daddy was a veteren, a southern democrat they oughta get rich man to vote like that song song of the south sweet potato pie, and i shut my mouth gone gone with the wind there aint no body looking back again well somebody told us wall street fell but we were so poor that we couldnt tell the cotton was short, and the weeds was' tall But Mr. Roosevelt's a' gonna save us all well momma got sick, and daddy got down the county got the farm, and we moved to town poppa got a job with the TVA we bought a washing machine, and then a Chevrolet singing: Song song of the south sweet potatoe pie, and I shut my mouth gone, gone with the wind there aint nobody looking back again repeat 6 times!

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