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Walter, how we said we'd fight the world so we'd be free?
We'd save up all our money and we'd buy a boat and sail away to sea.
But it was not to be.
I
to be.
I knew you then but do I know you now?

Walter, you are just an echo of a world I knew so long ago
If you saw me now you wouldn't even know my
to be.
I knew you then but do I know you now?

Walter, you are just an echo of a world I knew so long ago
If you saw me now you wouldn't even know my
to be.
I knew you then but do I know you now?

Walter, you are just an echo of a world I knew so long ago
If you saw me now you wouldn't even know my
do better than Walter

I'm sure that Walter is a stand up guy
He may never make you laugh but he will never make you cry
But can you really see
not long ago by a letter I received which said: "d
G, I love you and I cannot live without you
Marry me, or I will kill myself." well
I was a little
Kim Gannon, Walter Kent & Buck Ram
I'll be home for Christmas,
You can count on me
Please have snow and mistle toe
And presents 'neath the tree
Poor little Walter Champion, all alone in his room
The only place where he can smile, like the boys at the school

But all the kids will laugh no
to the parking lot to see
There was just a pile of window where the ride home used to be

[Chorus]

It was my first night in Pittsburgh
And I know I will
in this haunted house
I wished I was dead an gone

So I be'lieve, I be'lieve
I will try to marry an settle down
I be'lieve, I be'lileve
I will try
out in California
That's where I long to be
Because my trouble and worry
Has really came down on me

Sometime I wanna be in L'ousiana
Down by the Gulf
Album: Walter Davis First Recording 1930-1932
JSP Records #605 RCA #67580-1
Transcriber: Awcantor@aol.com



My train is leaving
An I ain't got my fare
My
Life Time Blues Track 13 2:42
Sonny Boy Williamson I (John Lee Williamson)
(Noah Lewis) 
With Big Bill Broonzy - guitar, Walter Davis - piano
Record:
Words and music by Walter Becker and Donald Fagen

I spent my life twenty years in the basin
My only friend was a man of much more
He lied with power
baby
'Don't leave me all alone'
Because I will miss her
Ev'ryday that she'll be gone

People, I was sitting down, wondering
What can a po' man do?
comin', its comin' someday
My day is comin', it might be today
My day is comin', its comin' up, someday

When I get the things I want to have
Will I
one will ever know just what his coming has meant
Because I love him so he's something heaven has sent
A tiny turned up nose his cheek's just like
By Andy West and Walter Egan

Helplessly my heart returns, to the fire that always burns
No matter how I try to tear myself away
I'm drawn
But I guess that's ok 'cause maybe someday
I know just how it's going to be
You'll ride up on a steed and get down on one knee
And say Mary will you
It would be a storybook affair,
If you were my girl . . .
If you'd like some ice cream,
From the milky way,
I would shinny up the moonbeam,
An' bring
By Walter Egan

Don't tread on me,
My heart's not stone,
You'll never take my dreams away.
So sure so wild I was,
'So what' you say,
What good are
By Walter Egan

In the rain in Tennessee Friday night remembering what used to be
Many miles and years ago once there was a place and time I used
That's the light in the dark.
In all of the valleys
Under lucky stars,
By the satellite dishes
And the non-running cars
I'm feeling all the people
By Walter Egan and Chris James

How come everyone says we're fine
It looks so different here inside
Too many nights we fuss and fight
A whole lotta
By Chris James and Walter Egan

Damned if I will said Adam to Eve
What made you mess with that tree
Forbidden fruit from some snake in the grass
Just