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And today I wore one too.

Jim I wore a tie today
The first one that I ever wore
And you'd have said I looked like a dummy
Out of a dry goods store.

Jim they
And today I wore one too.

Jim I wore a tie today
The first one that I ever wore
And you'd have said I looked like a dummy
Out of a dry goods store.

Jim they
Down by the river where the big boats go by
Each day you could see them as evening was nigh
They planned to be married at the first sign of spring
Jim, Jim, I wore a tie today 
The first one that I ever wore 
And you'd have said I looked like a dummy 
Out the dry goods store 

Oh Jim, Jim
And today I wore one too.

Jim I wore a tie today
The first one that I ever wore
And you'd have said I looked like a dummy
Out of a dry goods store.

Jim they
corduroys
And I try to get by

who's leaving whom
Who's the fool
Right now I am
In between sheets we repeat
Our first love, last rites

truthful all endings
Ol' catfish in the lake, we called him Big Jim
When I was a kid, my only wish was to get my line in him
Skipped church one Sunday rowed out
Somebody told Mary Mary had to tell her friends
Jim got to work and he had to tell it over and over again
It's the hardest thing in town how the news
knew her by a different name

Barbie, the untold story
Just remember, you heard it first from me
Barbie, the untold story
I'll tell you the truth
again
Sometimes I feel like going home
You swear you'll never let things go by again.
Sometimes I miss the rain and snow
And you'll never toe
Get some clarity ocean-side

Realize what you know that you know by now that
First light was, last light was alright when
The circle married
And your Blue Duck's no longer alive

You took Jim Reed to your warm wedding bed
And from out of your love was born the boy, Ed
A pal killed Jim Reed by
Jim Reed by the dark of the moon
And your son Ed was blowed down in a drunken saloon

Then there was Bob Younger, you loved him so well
He rode with
Laugh and say I'm green
I've seen things you'll never see
Talk behind my back
I'm off the beaten track
I'll take on anyone
Ain't scared
don't want to throw it away!
Still remember the first word you wrote
And every single note that you've played!
Got a book and you learned it by road
Long
First I Look at the Purse
by the J. Geils Band
Some fellas look at the eyes
Some fellas look at the nose
Some fellas look at the size
Some
Turn on the speak it's the first time I get to talk on the speak cause you know okay
Darn those smart alec crazy cajon boy come in to my nice clean
Laugh and say I'm green
I've seen things you'll never see
Talk behind my back
I'm off the beaten track
I'll take on anyone
Ain't scared
like she was waitin for a train or a bus
She was waitin for jim's best man, his boy gus
Gus got slick, took the girl by the hand
And dipped the step like
Just had to tell you what I've been thinkin'
First thing I wanna do when I get home

If it's the last thing I do
If it takes me from Tupelo
Now, there's a certain thing
That I learned from Jim
That he'd always make sure I'd understand
And that is that there's a certain way
We all must
Now there's a certain thing
That I learned from Jim
That he'd always make sure I'd understand
And that is that there's a certain way that all must
Now, there's a certain thing
That I learned from Jim
That he'd always make sure I'd understand
And that is that there's a certain way
We all must
Yeah, this one's for the workers who toil night and day 
By hand and by brain to earn your pay 
Who for centuries long past for no more than your
have listened long ago
So who'll be the first to say I told you so

Filled with love so strong that ruled my heart and soul
Blinded by the lies you