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Ugly Side: An Acoustic Evening with Blue October (Blue October) · Live at Almost Blue, October 29, 1999 (Ryan Adams) · End Sessions, Vol. 2: The End 107.7 (Hutchinson, Hutch) · End Sessions, Vol. 1: Live on the End (Hutchinson, Hutch) · The West End Story [West End Records] (Hutchinson, Hutch) · The End Is the Beginning Is the End (Smashing Pumpkins) · The End Is Not the End (House of Heroes) · End of the End (Damian Wasse) · End on End (Rites of Spring) · End on End (Rites of Spring) – and 90 other albums »


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Let's make a wish
On this chromium dish
Our love will never end, never end
October nights and big city lights
Will never
I'm gonna open up the window and let in October
And roll up my sleeves in the rain

Roll out on the freeway with a heart a little harder
Breezes
Come sit at the table
Under October's able skies

Once we'd seen eye to eye
I'd known that I'd pass you by
And I tried

The bells chime
Seven
reads my mind

I'm just fine 'til the end of September
Then I remember losing you October '89
If I live in the past, there's no future
I'm looking
reads my mind

I'm just fine 'til the end of September
Then I remember losing you October '89
If I live in the past, there's no future
I'm looking
Yeah most of all
I love
You
You
I love the tree's of gold
Against the blue
October sky
I love to feel the sea
Runnin' over my feet
As the waves
standing by the live oak tree, in our yard on Canyon Lake
And I'm driving under miles and miles of clear blue Texas skies
Some strangers in a pick-up truck,
End of October
The sleepy brown woods
Seem to
Nod down their heads
To the Winter.
Yellows and grays
Paint the sad skies today
And I wonder
End of October
The sleepy brown woods seem to
Nod down their heads to the Winter.
Yellows and grays
Paint the sad skies today
And I wonder when
From a shack by a mountain stream 
To a room in New Orleans 
So far from my Blue Ridge Mountain home 
The men I meet ain't warm and friendly
How can there be trouble in this world? 
With the color in these hills, the blue October sky, 
this little road that winds along the river. 
Dusty
(Dolly Parton)

From a shack by a mountain stream 
To a room in New Orleans 
So far from my Blue Ridge Mountain home 
The men I meet ain't warm
Beck here the leaves are turning
On me just like you
Change is full of color
And it's anything but blue

I thought that I'd stop living
Without
a shortage of air

A child beyond time without gender
Metamorphing to surrender
Each shape for one older and still
No end to how each could be killed

By
Nineteen hundred seventy three
My second cousin Calvin and me
We loaded down his old blue green Corvair
And headed for the State Fair

Was mid
The doctor said with joy
"A healthy baby boy"
October 4th of 1925

His parents had a plan
He'd live a better life
Be a man of means
Who knows, he
strived the valley sides
Reached the bright blue castle
It appeared in defiant solitude
Spreading scraps of paint
Out on the October sky surface
From inside
Face of the goat in the mirror
Eyes burn like (an) October sunrise
As once they gazed upon the hillside
Searching for the memories 

In
Calmed the heart of a lonely lady,
You kept me flying high,
And the leaving easy.
And it's Dallas in the rain,
And I was dreaming.

October winds
Well her old friend, from her own end of town dropped by today, 
And way down deep inside me something died 
When he came 'round to see her that
Broonzy - guitar
Ransom Knowling - sbass, Judge Riley - drums
Album Complete Recorded Works Vol 5
October 19, 1945 - November 12, 1947
Document Records DOCD
Have you seen the way trees grow around barbed wire?
or the way fog burns off into blue?
have you seen the day turn into a dozen windows?
it's
This town has no seasons
It's the middle of October,
And you'd think there'd be a nice,
Cool breeze by now (but you'd be wrong).
The summer lingers
T-Bone Steak Blues Trk 6 Dsc 1 3:40 
Sleepy John Estes
(John Adams Estes)
James 'Yank' Rachell - Vocal & mandolin
Sleepy John Estes - guitar
Bill Broonzy - guitar
Ransom Knowling - sbass, Judge Riley - drums
Album Complete Recorded Works Vol 5
October 19, 1945 - November 12, 1947
Document