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TANYA TUCKER lyrics

It's A Little Too Late

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Well, I was up all night well wonderin' what to do, Thinkin' that I oughta just forget about you, But it's a little too late; Well, it's a little too late. When you walked in I shoulda walked out. Well, it's a little too late to do the right thing now. Well, the whole town told me you're a heart break king; Guess I oughta pay attention when they say those things. Well, it's a little too late. Well, it's a little too late. I know all my old buddies wanna help me out, But it's a little too late to do the right thing now. Turn the jukebox up throw some sawdust down. I'm too far gone to turn this heart around. I may be wrong but I don't walk out; Well, it's a little too late to do the right thing now. Turn the jukebox up an' throw some sawdust down. I'm too far gone to turn this heart around. I may be wrong but I don't walk out; Well, it's a little too late to do the right thing now. I was up all night well wonderin' what to do, Thinkin' that I oughta just forget about you, But it's a little too late; Well, it's a little too late. When you walked in I shoulda walked out. Well, it's a little too late to do the right thing now. I may be wrong but I don't walk out, Well, it's a little too late to do the right thing now.

Don't Worry A Thing

VAN MORRISON
If this life is driving you to drink Sitting round what's the use what to think Well I've got some consolation Give it to you if I might You know I don't worry about a thing because Nothing's gonna turn out right Well this world's just one big troubled spot Some have plenty, some have not I've used to be troubled but I finally saw the light Now I don't worry about a thing because I know Nothing's gonna be alright You spend your time trying to be the big winner The minute you'll get fat somebody else will get thinner There's always somebody messing with dynamite You know I don't worry about a thing because I know Nothing's gonna turn out right

Lord, Mr. Ford

JERRY REED "Lord Mr. Ford"
Well if you're one of the millions who own one of them Gas drinkin' piston clinkin' air pollutin' smoke belchin' Four wheeled buggies from Detroit City then pay attention I'm about to sing your song son Well now I'm not a man to point or judge To bear ill-will or hold a grudge But I think it's time I said me a few choice words All about that demon the automobile The metal monster with the polyglass wheels The end result of a dream of Henry Ford Well now I've got a car that's mine alone That me and the finance company own A ready made pile of manufactured grief And if I ain't out of gas in the pourin' rain I'm changin' a flat in a hurricane I once spent three days lost on a cloverleaf Well it ain't just the smoke in a traffic jam That makes me the bitter fool I am But that four-wheeled buggy is dollarin' me to death For gas and oil and fluids and grease And wires and tires and antifreeze And then them accessories well honey that's somethin' else Well you can get stereo tape and a color TV Get a backseat bar and reclinin' seats And just pay once a month like you do your rent Well I figured it up and over a period of time This four thousand dollar car of mine Cost fourteen thousand dollars and ninety-nine cents Well now Lord Mr Ford I just wish that you could see What your simple horseless carriage has become Well it seems your contribution to man To say the least got a little out of hand Well Lord Mr Ford what have you done Now the average American father and mother Own one whole car and half another And I'll bet that half a car is a trick to drive don't you But the thing that amazes me I guess Is the way we measure a man's success By the kind of an automobile he can afford to buy Well now it's red light green light traffic cop Right turn no turn must turn stop Get out the credit card honey we're out of gas Well now all the cars placed end to end Would reach to the moon and back again And there'd probably be some poor fool pull out to pass Well now how I yearn for the good ol' days Without that carbon dioxide haze A hangin' over the roar on the interstate Well if the Lord that made the moon and stars Would've meant for me and you to have cars He'd've seen that we was born with a parkin' space Lord Mr Ford I just wish that you could see What your simple horseless carriage has become Well it seems your contribution to man To say the least got a little out of hand Well Lord Mr Ford what have you done Come away with me Lucille In my smokin' chokin' automobile

Zombies

Dave Barrett
Zombies walk and they do talk But they don't pronounce well. They don't comb their hair in mirrors And they really smell. Sometime, they come over To my house now late at night. They sit there and they cry to me That the world don't treat'm right. So we took them to the door Cuz they couldn't see anymore. They were looking in the outdoor For the things that they have missed. And the only thing we knew As we started to look through Is we think we like this world And there is nothing, we might have missed. Zombies they can't tie their shoes And they don't run real well. They love to play hide 'n seek It was cool until they fell. Zombies aren't the worst thing man That I have ever seen. They can not just figure out Why the world thinks their so mean. Zombies aren't the worst thing That could happen to this world. I just wish they wouldn't drink so much Cuz they get all the girls. Sometimes they come over to my house Now late at night. They sit there and they cry to me That the world don't treat them right.

Just The Facts Maam

Guthrie Woody
JUST THE FACTS, MA'AM note: two songs sung alternately I was born about ten thousand years ago There ain't nothing in this world that I don't know I saw Peter, Paul and Moses playing Ring Around the Roses And I'll whup the guy who says it isn't so I'm just a lonesome traveler, the great historical bum Highly educated, from history I come I built the Rock of Ages, twas in the year of one And that was the biggest thing that man has ever done I saw Satan when he looked the Garden o'er I saw Eve and Adam driven from the door From behind the bushes peeping, saw the apple they was eating I swear that I'm the guy what ate the core Garden of Eden? Well, I built the Garden of Eden, it was in the year of two Joined the Apple Pickers Union and I always paid my dues I'm the man who signed the contract to raise the rising sun And that's about the biggest thing that man has ever done I taught Samson how to use his mighty hands Showed Columbus to this mighty land And for Phaoroh's little kiddies built all the pyramiddies And to the Sahara carried all the sand Pyramids? why... I was straw boss on the pyramids, the Tower of Babel too I opened up the ocean, let the migrant children through Well, I fought a million battles and I never lost a one And that's about the biggest thing that man has ever done I taught Solomon his little A B Cs I was the first one ate Limburger cheese And while sailing down the bay with Methuselah one day I saved his flowing whiskers from the breeze Well I was in the Revolution when we set this country free It was me and a couple of Indians who dumped the Boston tea Well I won the battle of Valley Forge and the Battle of Bully Run And that's about the biggest thing that man has ever done Queen Elizabeth fell dead in love with me We were married in Milwaukee secretly But I snuck around and shook her, to go with General Hooker To fight mosquiters down in Tennessee Woody Guthrie wrote the second song see also PASSTHRU filename[ JUSTFACT SF ===DOCUMENT BOUNDARY===

Every Little Thing She Does

JOHN MAYER
Freshman year, Mom asks What do you want to do when you get out of here? I said, Well, gee, I'm only 13, but I think I'd like to play my guitar... be a star. Well, she said, that's not it, you got time to go. Good sense will kick in anytime, you know. I'm not worried, I'm not worried. Sophomore year, she asked the same old thing, my answer had remained unchanged. I saw her fidget with her thumbs. She said, You like computers, John, you like computers, don't you? Yeah, I always see you with computers... you like computers maybe you could do something with computers. Yeah, wouldn't that be nice? Junior year, It's a little more intense, She says, What do you want to do with your life? I'm not on the fence, I know exactly what I aim to be, and I'm only 17. She said, Well, all I ask, is that you pay attention in class, so if you happen to change your mind in time, you can still go somewhere reputable... do us proud. So I went downstairs, and I played guitar loud. Yeah, senior year, Same old question, She said, What do you want to do? I said, Play my guitar and sing. She said, There's no such thing. She said, There's no such thing... (speaking: I love you Mom) Welcome to the real world , she said to me Condescendingly Take a seat, take your life Plot it out in black and white Well, I never lived the dreams of the prom kings And the drama queens I'd like to think the best of me Is still hiding up my sleeve They love to tell you Stay inside the lines But something's better On the other side I wanna run through the halls of my high school I wanna scream at the top of my lungs I just found out there's no such thing as the real world Just a lie you've got to rise above So the good boys and girls take the so called right track Faded hats Grabbing credits and maybe transfers They listen to Phish, but they can't find the answers And all of our parents They're getting older I wonder if they've wished for anything better While in their memories Tiny tragedies They love to tell you Stay inside the lines Well, well something's better On the other side I wanna run through the halls of my high school I wanna scream at the top of my lungs I just found out there's no such thing as the real world Just a lie you got to rise above I am invincible.. You are invincible.. (yeah you are) We are invincible.. As long as we're alive Do I have to tell a story of a thousand rainy days since we first met? It's a big enough umbrella but it's always me that ends up getting wet. I wanna run through the halls of my high school I wanna scream at the top of my lungs I just found out there's no such thing as the real world Just a lie you've got to rise above I just can't wait til my 10 year reunion I'm gonna bust down the double doors And when I stand on these tables before you You will know what all this time was for

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