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KJ-52 lyrics

Coke, Fry,cheese Buger

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Rolled up to the place to be I pulled right up to the Mickey C's I got three cars in front of me and man I'm feeling hungry now tell you what I began to do as I started pulling through I said can I get a number two? he said sorry man I aint hearing you.. A coke a fry and a cheeseburger saying that's all that I want to order a coke a fry and a cheeseburger saying that's all that I want He said can you repeat that? so I began to scream back just a number two with the cheese stacked can you make that please fast well let me repeat that back to you chicken burrito and a mountain dew with two whoppers and some bean stew is there anything else I can get for you? Chorus All I want is just a burger 40 times I think I told ya really bro I aint getting older see I know my food be getting colder all this junk I had enough well finally I just drove up all the drama what's the hold up gave me a bag with a paper cup and a.. Chorus Now I aint ate like all day so I gave him the money and drove away well reached in the bag and I'm about to take just a big old bite and I can't wait where's the fries I'm supposed to have where's the burger I'm supposed to grab just right then I started getting man man bro there aint nothing in the bag!!!

Grandpa Was A Carpenter

JOHN PRINE "Sweet Revenge"
Grandpa wore his suit to dinner Nearly every day No particular reason He just dressed that way Brown necktie and a matching vest And both his wingtip shoes He built a closet on our back porch And put a penny in a burned out fuse. Chorus: Grandpa was a carpenter He built houses stores and banks Chain smoked Camel cigarettes And hammered nails in planks He was level on the level And shaved even every door And voted for Eisenhower 'Cause Lincoln won the war. Well, he used to sing me Blood on the Saddle And rock me on his knee And let me listen to radio Before we got T.V. Well, he'd drive to church on Sunday And take me with him too! Stained glass in every window Hearing aids in every pew. Repeat Chorus: Now my grandma was a teacher Went to school in Bowling Green Traded in a milking cow For a Singer sewing machine She called her husband Mister And walked real tall and pride And used to buy me comic books After grandpa died. Repeat Chorus:

Better Days

It's a heart attack a minute In this life down here on earth We're all stranded right here in it Wondering what it's worth There are always threads of trouble In this tangled web we weave But tomorrow may just be ok See here's what I believe (Chorus) Better days are on the way my friend Just a ways on down the line I believe that just around the bend Everything's gonna be fine Better days are just a dream right now It's like all you do is pray But the world keeps turning Bringing us better days Well the storms won't stop descending And the rain won't cease to fall And there ain't no use pretending Cause it's bound to find us all Well it's easy to get hopeless And drive yourself insane But before you stop and set up shop In the middle of the pain Remember (Repeat Chorus) I know you've heard all the platitudes About attitudes and positive thinking But time just keep marching on So just hold, on this too will pass I know you'll see your face in a smile again (Repeat Chorus X 2) I believe in better days


JOHN PRINE "John Prine"
When I was a child my family would travel Down to Western Kentucky where my parents were born And there's a backwards old town that's often remembered So many times that my memories are worn. Chorus: And daddy won't you take me back to Muhlenberg County Down by the Green River where Paradise lay Well, I'm sorry my son, but you're too late in asking Mister Peabody's coal train has hauled it away Well, sometimes we'd travel right down the Green River To the abandoned old prison down by Adrie Hill Where the air smelled like snakes and we'd shoot with our pistols But empty pop bottles was all we would kill. Repeat Chorus: Then the coal company came with the world's largest shovel And they tortured the timber and stripped all the land Well, they dug for their coal till the land was forsaken Then they wrote it all down as the progress of man. Repeat Chorus: When I die let my ashes float down the Green River Let my soul roll on up to the Rochester dam I'll be halfway to Heaven with Paradise waitin' Just five miles away from wherever I am. Repeat Chorus:

The Great Compromise

JOHN PRINE "Diamonds In The Rough"
I knew a girl who was almost a lady She had a way with all the men in her life Every inch of her blossomed in beauty And she was born on the fourth of July Well she lived in an aluminum house trailer And she worked in a juke box saloon And she spent all the money I give her Just to see the old man in the moon Chorus: I used to sleep at the foot of Old Glory And awake in the dawn's early light But much to my surprise When I opened my eyes I was a victim of the great compromise Well we'd go out on Saturday evenings To the drive-in on Route 41 And it was there that I first suspected That she was doin' what she'd already done She said Johnny won't you get me some popcorn And she knew I had to walk pretty far And as soon as I passed through the moonlight She hopped into a foreign sports car (Repeat chorus) Well you know I could have beat up that fellow But it was her that had hopped into his car Many times I'd fought to protect her But this time she was goin' too far Now some folks they call me a coward 'Cause I left her at the drive-in that night But I'd druther have names thrown at me Than to fight for a thing that ain't right (Repeat chorus) Now she writes all the fellows love letters Saying Greetings, come and see me real soon And they go and line up in the barroom And spend the night in that sick woman's room But sometimes I get awful lonesome And I wish she was my girl instead But she won't let me live with her And she makes me live in my head (Repeat chorus)

Do Ya

In this life I've seen everything I can see woman, I've seen lovers flying through the air hand in hand I've seen babies dancing in the midnight sun, And I've seen dreams that came from the heavenly skies from above I've seen old men crying at their own grave sides And I've seen pigs all sitting watching, picture slides But I never seen nothin' like you. Chorus Do ya do ya want my love Do ya do ya want my face Do ya do ya want my mind Do ya do ya want my love Well I, heard the crowd singin' out of tune, As they, at and sang auld lang syne by the light of the moon I heard the preachers bangin' on the drums, And I heard the police playin' with their guns But I never heard nothing like you. In the country where the sky touches down On the field, she lay her down to rest In the morning sun, They come a'runnin' just to get a look, just to Feel to touch her long black hair they don't give a damn Repeat Chorus Well I think you know what I'm trying to say woman, That is I'd like to save you for a rainy day, I've seen enough of the world to know, That I've got to get it all to get it all to grow. Repeat Chorus

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