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When I Get To The Border (Lucy Kaplansky)

Dirty people take what's mine
I can leave them all behind
They can never cross that line
When I get to the border

Sawbones standing at the door
Waiting 'til I hit the floor
They won't find me anymore
When I get to the border

Monday morning, Monday morning
Closing in on me
I'm packing up and running away
To where nobody picks on me


If you see a box of pine
With a name that looks like mine.
Say I drowned in a barrel of wine.
When I got to the border

A one way ticket's in my hand
Heading for the chosen land
My troubles will all turn to sand
When I get to the border

Salty boy with yellow hair
Waiting in that rocking chair
And if I'm weary I won't care
When I get to the border

Monday morning, Monday morning
Closing in on me
I'm packing up and running away
To where nobody picks on me

Dusty road will smell so sweet
Paved with gold beneath my feet
And I'll be dancing down the street
When I get to the border
And I'll be dancing down the street
When I get to the border
When I get to the border
When I get to the border

I've Been Everywhere (In Texas) (Brian Burns)

I was toting my pack along a dusty Amarillo road
when along came a semi with a high canvas-covered load
He said if you're going to Amarillo I'll give you a ride.
So I climbed up into the cab and I settled down inside.
He asked me if I'd seen a road with so much dust and sand
and I said "listen Bud, I've traveled every road in this here land"

I've been everywhere, man
I've been everywhere, man
I've crossed the deserts bare, man, breathed the mountain air, man
Travel I've had my share, man
I've been everywhere

I've been to:
Waco, Hico, Hondo, Navasota, Winnsboro, Jacksboro, Hillsboro, Santa Rosa, Austin, Houston, Galveston, Texarkana, Frisco, Buffalo, Conroe, Corsicana, Goliad, Groesbeck, Glen Rose, Red Oak, Post Oak, Live Oak, Lone Oak, no joke

I've been everywhere, man
I've been everywhere, man
I've crossed the deserts bare, man, breathed the mountain air, man
Wind blowing in my hair, man
I've been everywhere

I've been to:
Kruegerville, Pflugerville, Van Horn, Val Verde, Bracketville, Bartleville, Beeville, Bulverde, Bear Creek, Cedar Creek, Mill Creek, Mineola, Maypearl, Monahans, Telephone, Tuscola, Red Water, Round Rock, Round Top, Round Lake, Sour Lake, Southlake, Spring Lake, for pete's sake

I've been everywhere, man
I've been everywhere, man
I've crossed the deserts bare, man, breathed the mountain air, man
Drove my tires bare, man
I've been everywhere

I've been to:
Greenville, Gatesville, Gainesville, Alameda, Kerrville, Kelleyville, Bastrop, and I've been to Somerville, Smithfield, Stephenville, Prairie View, Luckenback, Longview, Plainview, Idalou, Justin, Joshua, Panorama, Pasadena, Angelina, Anareina, see what I mean now

I've been everywhere, man
I've been everywhere, man
I've crossed the deserts bare, man, breathed the mountain air, man
Lots of wear and tear, man
I've been everywhere

Now let me see I've been to:
Valley Mills, Pine Mills, Dime Box, Duncanville, New Home, New Hope, New Deal, Liberty Hill, Rockport, Rock Creek, Bridgeport, Brownwood, Cleburne, Comanche, Cut-N-Shoot, Cottonwood, Bayview, Bayside, Baytown, Bay City, Falls City, Center City, Bridge City, what a pity

I've been everywhere, man
I've been everywhere, man
I've crossed the deserts bare, man, breathed the mountain air, man
Travel I've had my share, man
I've been everywhere

Yeah when it comes to travelin' Texas, friends
I've been everywhere

The Great Divide (Icehouse)

THE GREAT DIVIDE (I. Davies)
----------------------------

Where the moon sinks low in the southern sky
On the open plains, where the river runs dry
Well, his feet are bare, bare and dusty brown
And a hot wind blows over sacred ground

And a new day breaks
On the mountainside
Reaching out, reaching out
Over the great divide
It's a long, long road
Stretching out ahead
Step by step, step by step
Over the great divide

On a dead end street in a border town
Where the stray dog sleeps in the midday sun
Now the headline news is old and worn
The pages stained with blood and rain,
And cheap red wine

And his skin is black
The last of his tribe
And he turns his back, turns his back
On the great divide
And a new day breaks
On the mountainside
Reaching out, reaching out
Over the great divide

Solid rock and burning sand
Weathered by the hand of time
Standing high above the storm
Cutting deep against the grain
And the years have come and gone
Leaving all their scars behind
Where the hills begin to climb
Thereâ??s a legend carved in stone

And a new day breaks
On the mountainside
Reaching out, reaching out
Over the great divide
It's a long, long road
Stretching out ahead
Step by step, step by step
Over the great divide
And his skin is black
The last of his tribe
And he turns his back, turns his back
On the great divide
It's a long, long road
That leads him home again
Step by step, step by step
Over the great divide

Love Reign O'er Me (Jim Weatherly)

Only love
Can make it rain
The way the beach is kissed by the sea.
Only love
Can make it rain
Like the sweat of lovers'
Laying in the fields.

Love, Reign o'er me.
Love, Reign o'er me, Reign o'er me, rain on me.

Only love
Can bring the rain
That makes you yearn to the sky.
Only love
Can bring the rain
That falls like tears from on high.

Love reign o'er me, Reign o'er me

On the dry and dusty road
The nights we spend apart alone
I need to get back home to cool cool rain.
I can't sleep and I lay and I think
The nights are hot and black as ink
Oh God, I need a drink of cool cool rain.

Love reign o'er me, reign o'er me, o'er me
Love reign o'er me, reign o'er me

Reign!!!!!!

Lost In The Mountains (Get Well Soon)

Come and burn us with your skin of fire
A permanent make-up, a lethal embrace
You hide an ocean in your hand
So let me pretend
To find my home again
With the love that you spit on the dusty ground
You could save all the world, you could save us
You love yourself
Leave us alone It's no secret that
I'm a king without land
I'm a captain without sea
So let me pretend
To find my home again

Deadache (Lordi)

She's Over By My Place As Decoration
I Preserved Her Face For Inspiration

Flashlights From Authorities
Lanterns Brighten Up The Scene
Familiar Faces Of The Long Dead

The Mad Butcher Goes Bump In The Night
And Loneliness
It Makes Nigths Endless

The Farm Bathes In The Thumping Moonlight
It Incubates My Grief And Madness

And Sometimes
That's When I Get A Deadache

I Can't Feel Myself I'm Sinking Deeper
Mother's Not Really Gone, I'm Dressing In Her

Dusty Musty Shrine To Ma
Board The Door So She'll Keep Long
There's No Way That She'll Be Leaving me

Sometimes - I Get A Deadache Yeah
Sometimes - I Get A Deadache Yeah
Sometimes

In November I Lost My Family
They Took Away All My Frieds And Blamed Insanity

Bourbon And Division (Firewater)

On the corner of Bourbon & Division
Crawling down the crooked streets at dawn
She said: don't come back, all is not forgiven
So you fall inside a bottle and a song
Splinters of thought dropping slowly
Snapping like branches in the wind
So you light a dog-end smoke
And you're laughing as you choke
And you give the wheel of fortune one more spin

Do you remember what you came here for?
Her words of wisdom scratched into the door
You can almost taste the emptiness
Hung inside her tallow dress
Can the darkness be as empty as it seems
When the factories of night hum with their dreams?
And you watch a skinny dog cut across that dusty lot
Like the surface of the moon

In the decompression chamber
Cooling in the conversation pit
Sleeping underneath yesterday's papers
And pretending the tsunami hasn't hit
Friday was the crucifixion
Saturday cremation under glass
The Resurrection was on Sunday
No, correction, make it Monday
'Cause Monday's when they come to take the trash

Do you remember what you came here for?
Her words of wisdom cut into the door
You can almost taste the emptiness
Hung inside her tallow dress
Can the darkness be as empty as it seems
When the factories of night hum with their dreams?
And you watch a skinny dog cut across that dusty lot
Like the surface of the moon

Soul Manbb (The Blues Brothers)

Soul Man
Blues Brothers
Words & Music by David Porter & Isaac Hayes

- As performed on 'Briefcase Full Of Blues'

Comin' to ya on a dusty road
Good lovin' I got a truck load
And when you get it you got something
So don't worry cause I'm coming

I'm a soul man
I'm a soul man
I'm a soul man
I'm a soul man

Got what I got the hard way
And I'll make it better each and every day
So honey don't you fret
Cause you ain't seen nothing yet

I'm a soul man
I'm a soul man
Play it Steve!
I'm a soul man
I'm a soul man

Listen
I was brought up on a side street
I learned how to love before I could eat
I was educated from good stock
When I start lovin' I just can't stop

I'm a soul man
I'm a soul man
I'm a soul man
I'm a soul man

Well grab the rope and I'll pull you in
Give you hope and be your only boyfriend
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

I'm a soul man
I'm a soul man
You're a soul man
I'm a soul man
I'm a soul man
I'm a soul man



From: Todd & Sharon Peach <tpeach@gte.net>

Second Best (No Fun At All)

Coming over to your house I see you waiting
Turning over all the things I used to treasure
Falling into something new and undetermined
Not to worry, second best is not the end of life

Burning bridges, empty words but not forgotten
Empty fridges, dusty rooms and burning ashtrays
Failing for you, taking every chance to prove it
Got to worry see the things I cherish start to slip

I don't know what you want me to be
'cause you push me around till I can't even breathe
I don't know what you are doing to me
You have turned me into something ugly and cheap

Indecision, tender words with hidden meanings
Try to listen, tolling bells is all I'm hearing
Count the hours till they fade and all's forgotten
In the passion nothing seemed to matter at the time

Jolie Girl (Marty Robbins)

Aw, we walked the streets of Greenwich Village
Holdin' hands like school kids in the summer August sun
Smilin' at the passing strangers on their way
And wishin' the end would never come
Then a flower lady sold me one red rose to give you
For your chestnut hair, just to make it shine
Then I held you close to me, and I whispered
Joli girl, when will you be mine

Then we stepped up to the first stand on the corner
For some coconut champagne
And a taxi driver cussed us, 'cause a blind man got his tip
And tapped "thank you" with his cane
And we ducked out of the rain into a dusty little shop
That traded books and fluffy hats, rings and beads
Then I held you close to me, and I whispered
Joli girl, you're all I need

Aw, Joli girl, please don't ask me how long I'll be stayin'
You and your dandy ship of dreams that we can share
Tomorrow is just another day, I'm maybe far away
Joli girl, I might be anywhere
So let's spread our blanket in the park and hold each other close
The night is coming on and soon we'll have to go
But remember, Joli girl, oh remember
Joli girl, I love you so


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