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Ive Mendes (Ive Mendes) · Ive Mendes [Bonus Tracks] (Ive Mendes) · Ive Mendes [Bonus Track] (Ive Mendes) · Ive Mendes [Bonus CD] (Ive Mendes) · Front by Front (Front 242) · From Home Front to War Front (Discharged) · Midnight Rambler [Rhino] (Louisiana Red) · The Midnight Rambler [Charly] (Louisiana Red) · The Cross Eyed Rambler (Paul Heaton) · Blue Rambler 2 (Laurel Canyon Ramblers) – and 90 other albums »


he's out by Monterey,
And sometimes, when I've had a few, his voice comes singin' through and I a-goin' out to see him some old day.

(Chorus)

If you
bound

I've been wandering through this land
Just doin' the best I can
Tryin' to find what I was meant to do
And the people that I see
Look as worried
home,
But he started out to roam
And I hear he's out by Monterey,

And sometimes, when I've had a few,
His voice comes singin' through
And I'm a-goin' out
there and then maybe you're always been
Too close for me to see
Right there in front of me

The room was dark, it was kinda late
I walked towards you
I can't find the way to write it down
Can't find the way to write it down

The days and the miles roll by
In Denver the Rambler and the Fisherman
How long have I been watching from my window Running through my life 
Watching it all go by Seems like I've always got a destination 
Running down
is a small town
they think so small
they use small words
but not me
I'm smarter than that
I worked it out
I've been stretching my mouth
to let
a small town
They think so small
They use small words
But not me
I'm smarter than that
I worked it out
I've been stretching my mouth
To let those big words
is a small town
They think so small
They use small words
But not me
I'm smarter than that
I worked it out
I've been stretching my mouth
To let
How long have I been watching from my window?
Running through my life, watching it all go by?
Seems like I've always got a destination
Running
The sun is setting
On the long road home
And I've been gone too long
My little girl's waitin'
By the front door
I count the minutes
Till I hold
The sun is setting on the long road home
And I've been gone too long
My little girl's waitin' by the front door
I count the minutes till I hold
is a small town
They think so small
They use small words
But not me
I'm smarter than that
I worked it out
I've been stretching my mouth
To let
come from is a small town
They think so small
They use small words
But not me
I'm smarter than that
I worked it out
I've been stretching my mouth
you'll become
And my Heaven is here with you always

'Cause your whole heart's a village
Everyone you love has built it
And I've been working there
Words and music by Woody Guthrie

While we're on the subject of hard work, I just wanted
To say that I always was a man to work.

I was born working
[B.G.]
I live rough ? I done had enough of doin' bad
If I can recall, all my life, I've been on my ass
Unlock a bitch, and his wards are the graveyard
Don't it always seem to hit you 
Rght when you think you can lay back easy 
Those times are hard to come by 
Sittin' still with nothin' on your
of work, I got to re-up quick
Every six the same pies, drink from Cris' to St. Ides
Every hit my bank rise and no bitch I ain't high

I've been hotter since
Well I've been spendin' all my spare time
Sittin' home alone
Listenin' for the front door
And starin' at the phone

Ever since that night in
is a small town
They think so small
They use small words
-but not me
I'm smarter than that
I worked it out
I've been stretching my mouth
To let
Sitting on the front porch
Rain is pouring down
News comes on the radio
There's trouble all around

That's the way it always been
And the way
I've been a fool for love
Ever since I was a baby
Just a rockin' in a cradle
As a rule I was the kind
That laid his feelings
Up front
I've never been one for the punch-ups
But, look, I really hate them Nazis
A certain something starts to wind me up
How could I hate them so
I've been a fool for love 
Ever since I was a baby 
Just a rockin' in the cradle
As a rule, I was 
The kind that laid his feelings 
Up front