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if you don't go down with me."

[1] James James Morrison's mother, she hasn't been heard of since.
[1] King John said he was sorry, [all] and so did
up, read all the books and he people worth reading and still see the muck on the sky of the ceiling
Left Voice (Morrison, Tucker)
Please raise
a superstar,
Come let me sign you up
(let's get into it)

[Chorus]
Ooh it's the lights (you blinded by the)
Action! (you need that)
Hollywood!
Ooh it's
Phoenix, Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Morrison
All of them ended by Hollywood

I see your face and
You wanna touch it and
Come to my place and we
Can discuss
Phoenix, Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Morrison
All of them ended by Hollywood

I see your face and
You wanna touch it and
Come to my place and we
Can discuss
bare feet
Throw in that Van Morrison CD
Chip away little by little till you find your groove
I'll pick up some take-out
We can just hang out
Levi's
hopping over the edge
It's like Janis Joplin
River Pheonix, Jimi Hendrix
Jimmy Morrison, all of them ended by Hollywood
Thank God for Hollywood
Hollywood
following, Marijuane hopping over the edge 
It's like Janis Joplin 
River Pheonix, Jimi Hendrix 
Jimmy Morrison all of them ended by Hollywood 
Thank God
and Cragar mags
It's a pity that James never drove her

Hot Rod James Hot Rod James
The road is waiting for you
Spent all your money on an automobile
But
We were drunk fools in Paris, stumbling on the sidewalk 
That runs along the Seine, and on the Cathedral 
All the gargoyles watched us laughing,
hard I fell
Oh, James. You broke me, I thought I knew you well.

Oh, you had me
Honey and me, oh, sun and the moon
I'll be fine by June
I could
Her letters gave me purpose,
Her letters gave me pride
Armies far across the ocean
Guns and letters by our side
It was someone else's homeland
Yesterday I stopped by that old park bench
I fed that Mr. James pigeons from the crust of my bread
Well I watched the world fly by
And I thought all about
gonna ride the Conch Train, boys,
And be like Jesse James.
Gonna be like Jesse James, boy...
Gonna be like Jesse James.
Case you didn't hear me the first
Talk tougher than james cagney
Act smarter than charlie chan
Love longer than valentino
Or you never will be a man
I saw him down at the drive-in
right out of those woods

Old Dillon had a million tales but he sung me one refrain

And I recall that song by John Dillon James


One July Monday morning
are gonna come
And I stepped out on the streets
All sparkling clean with the early morning dew

Maybe it was you or maybe it was me?
You came
The old Nashville cowboy was burdened with time
He was bent by his years and the fight with the wine
With a head full of music and an old nursery
Pass me not, oh, gentle Savior
Hear my humble cry
While the others Thou are calling
Do not pass me by

I've got the feelin' and the feelin's not
The old Nashville cowboy was burdened with time
He was bent by his years and the fight with the wine
With a head full of music and an old nursery
comin' after me
I can hear that old train a-comin'
Must-a-be comin' after me
An I'm gon' slip right by 
An call to my same old used to be.

~
Written by James Young
Lead vocals by James Young

yeah

eight days a week with my baby at home
and you know that she's my tender honey

baby
Belle Starr, Belle Starr, tell me where you have gone
Since old Oklahoma's sand hills you did roam?
Is it heaven's wide streets that you're tying
Belle Starr, Belle Starr, tell me where you have gone
Since old Oklahoma's sand hills you did roam?
Is it heaven's wide streets that you're tying
been kissed
Never been kissed by a lady called Amy

You're far out, you're fab and insane
A woman of the world, it's quite plain
My dad told me Amy's