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Kim Richey lyrics

Come Around

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Well, it's not hard to see Anyone who looks at me Knows I am just a rolling stone Never landing anyplace to call my own To call my own Well, it seems like so long ago But it really ain't you know I started out a crazy kid Miracle I made it through the things I did The things I did Someday I'll go where there ain't no rain or snow #8216;Til then, I travel alone And I make my bed with the stars above my head And dream of a place called home I had a chance to settle down Get a job and live in town Work in some old factory I never liked the foreman standing over me Over me Oh I #8217;d rather walk a winding road Rather know the things I know See the world with my own eyes No regrets, no looking back, no goodbyes No goodbyes Someday I'll go where there ain't no rain or snow #8216;Til then, I travel alone And I make my bed with the stars above my head And I dream of a place called home

You Never Even Called Me By My Name

David Alan Coe "20 Greatest Hits"
Well it was all that I could do to keep from crying. Sometimes it seems so useless to remain. But you don't have to call me darlin', darlin'. You never even called me by my name. You don't have to call me Waylon Jennings. And you don't have to call me Charlie Pride. And you don't have to call me Merle Haggard anymore, Even though you're on my fightin' side. And I'll hang around as long as you will let me. And I never minded standing in the rain. But you don't have to call me darlin', darlin'. You never even called me by my name. Well I've heard my name a few times in your phone book. (Hello, Hello.) And I've seen it on signs where I've played. But the only time I know I'll hear David Allan Coe Is when Jesus has his final Judgement Day. So, I'll hang around as long as you will let me. And I never minded standing in the rain. But you don't have to call me darlin', darlin'. You never even called me by my name. (spoken:) Well, a friend of mine named Steve Goodman wrote that song, and he told me it was the perfect country and western song. I wrote him back a letter and I told him it was not the perfect country and western song because he hadn't said anything at all about momma, or trains, or trucks, or prison or gettin' drunk. Well, he sat down and wrote another verse to this song and he sent it to me and after reading it I realized that my friend had written the perfect country and western song. And I felt obliged to include it on this album. The last verse goes like this here: Well, I was drunk the day my momma got out of prison, And I went to pick her up in the rain. But before I could get to tye station in the pick-up truck, She got runned over by a damned old train. And I'll hang around as long as you will let me. And I never minded standin' in the rain. Ohhh. You don't have to call me darlin', darlin'. You never even called me, Well I wonder why you don't call me, Why don't you ever call me by my name?

Cherry Came Too

THE JESUS AND MARY CHAIN "Darklands"
When she walks towards me I feel something Crawl beneath my skin And all the electric stars are shining Beneath my skin and Cherry takes me to the place above With barbed wire kisses and her love We're going where the oceans blue Kick the dust and you can come too In the light of all my darkest mornings Things fall into place And all the soft orange coloured dawnings Fall into place and Cherry's scratching like a grain of sand The trigger itch in the killer's hand Me and cherry are so extreme Making love to the sound of a scream Oh cherry honey you got me stuck on a rope You got me running around With the fear in my head for you And I want you And I'll give you my head And all the things it said And I'll give you my thoughts If those things weren't lost And I'll give you my soul To beat it with your pole I'm going to give you my head You could kick it dead And I'll give you my head Come on and kick me dead Come on and push me down Come on and drag me down Oh cherry be bad Come on and kiss my head

Same Dream

JON SECADA "Same Dream"
I look into the mirror and I say Who is this man who hurt you so much? Who left him in charge? Of all of my hopes and dreams and Why is it that I could never see him there Until you showed "Him" to me by leaving? 'Cuz there is a secret place where only you have been Where I keep the only things I want you to see 'Cuz everything is changing, I'm a different man Same dream Same dream Yeah, yeah If you can't understand that I have changed Or that people can change Well, I respect that but I've been misunderstood And baby, the fact will still remain I've got something to prove to myself And nobody else, my true self 'Cuz if someone were to ask me on that last day of my life Just who I truly loved, just who it was and why Well, I would be an old man, a different man I know With the same dream Hope is contagious Hope is sacred And I've got this plan you see And with or without you With or without anybody I will find my peace And yes I know what love is I know what love is 'Cuz there is a secret place where only you have been Where I keep the only things I want you to see 'Cuz everything is changing Everyday, everything is changing, I'm a different man Same dream Same dream Yeah, yeah

Karma And The Blizzard

Imani Coppola "Chupacabra"
Stranger gives a homeless man a ticket to Hawaii. Giving him an option to sleep on the streets, or sleep on the beach. So the bum excepts the ticket graciously. He said, my my my, what an opportunity. He packed his bags, got on the plane. Got nothing to lose, everything to gain. Claimed his seat, things are going well, until, 'Sorry Sir you'll have to leave, you're filthy, you smell.' Everywhere you go there's a dude on your ass, yo. Everywhere I go there's a dude on my ass, yo. Hopefully, things will change, maybe soon, I don't know, I'll sit on the equator, waiting for the snow. If I had a clean shirt and a pair of shoes, Propper ID then I wouldn't lose. I'd walk the streets with my head held high. I've found my place, it's in the sky. It's in the sky. It's in the sky. It's in the sky. Stranger gives a poor man a million dollar cheque. He was old, he was wealthy. He figured, what the heck. Without a doubt, without a dime, humbly he walks, all the way to the bank. To himself he talks. He said, 'Ai ai ai. What am I gonna do with all these dollars?, Ai ai ai. What am I gonna do with all these quarters?, 'Ai ai ai. What am I gonna do with all these pennies?' 'Sorry, you can't cash a cheque without proper I.D.' Everywhere I go there's a dude up your ass, yo. Everywhere I go there's a dude on my ass, yo. Hopefully, things will change, maybe soon, I don't know, I'll sit on the equator, waiting for the snow. If I had a clean shirt and a pair of shoes, Propper ID then I wouldn't lose. I'd walk the streets with my head held high. I've found my place, it's in the sky. It's in the sky. It's in the sky. It's in the sky. The earth seems hushed, when the first snow falls. You watch the ground, turns to a sea of white. Peace is this feeling, there's commotion up above. The ground is freezing, there's commotion up above. The flight was tough, mad people getting dizzy. Everybody sick, kept the flight attendants busy. ????? Tripped on ice, bumped her head, didn't know who she be. Everywhere you go there's a dude on your ass, yo. Everywhere I go there's a dude on my ass, yo. Hopefully, things will change, maybe soon, I don't know, I'll sit on the equator, waiting for the snow. If I had a clean shirt and a pair of shoes, Propper ID then I wouldn't lose. I'd walk the streets with my head held high. I've found my place, it's in the sky. It's in the sky. It's in the sky. It's in the sky. If I had a clean shirt and a pair of shoes, Propper ID then I wouldn't lose. I'd walk the streets with my head held high. I've found my place, it's in the sky. It's in the sky. It's in the sky. It's in the sky.

The Telephone

JERRY REED "Mind Your Love"
Ya ever drop your last dime in a public phone Have it keep your dime not even give you a tone And you beat that silly contraption with your fist till it comes off the wall Or did you ever place a call to St Louis direct And get the Civil Defense in Connecticut And operators say well ain't that the number you called And my phone bill that's wrong about half the time And I always get this operator on the line And she says well Mr Reed ya just called this place on your phone And I say lady look I don’t know a soul livin' in Tokyo And the only way I can pay this phone bill is when I mortgage my home Well you can find 'em in every home This thing called the telephone It's the ultimate in modern day design When it ain't out of order then the number's been changed Or it's disconnected or it just won't ring Why it's enough to drive a sane man clean out of his mind Did you ever place a call on a hectic day And you couldn't understand a word nobody had to say And you keep tryin' to get your operator to come back on the line huh You stand there and you click that lever till your face turns blue And finally she comes buttin' in on you And she says your three minutes are up you're out of time Now I've had to stumble through the house without a light To get to the phone in the middle of the night And I stumble over every stick of furniture in the house just gettin' there So with a skinned shin and a busted toe I grab the phone And I say a hello and all I get is ah ah ah in my ear Well son you can find 'em in every home... Alright this is my last time with my last dime Operator what huh I know well I know that huh But uh uh uh operator operator well I know you're sorry What huh I spent fifteen minutes I’ve been dialin' home What ya you said that oh wait uh operator Yeh huh give me my dime will ya gimme my dime back I gotta go to the bathroom listen what is this oh nuts

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