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never get the last nail outta the cross 
Befuddled by life and alone in death 
My dearest companion is crystal meth 
Dinosaurs callin' me back in time
I had a dream last night
We never said good-bye
You were here with me
Brown Eyes

It felt just like old times
When you were by my side
I could
Frank drawed his last breath

They say it could be, they say maybe so
That you loved Jesse James, that desperado
Jesse got married, had a wife and a son
Railroad almost to death
Then in 1915 Frank drawed his last breath

They say it could be, they say maybe so
That you loved Jesse James, that desperado
mean to brag, there's the tag
Brown got a brand new bag
Shining star up to par
Bars guitars
So far so good, gettin' greater at last
Where it counts,
tomorrow
Time goes by
Just like yesterday
Just like like Mr. James says

Take these pigeons for example
Well they never seem to have
A single worry
some every now and then, oh hey

Where are your people from? Maybe Mississippi or an Island
Apparently your skin has been kissed by the sun
You make me
Written by Paul Frank
Lead vocals by James Young

I have seen you
walk in my dreams
casted high against the sky

let me meet you
let me greet
again

She keeps his picture tucked away
She thinks she'll have it framed one day
And maybe he'll come see it there
Hanging by her rocking chair
brown nose)
There's rich uncle Bob, I say now what you gonna do?
(Gonna brown nose. Gonna brown nose)
You get stopped by the man, I say now what you gonna
Last night I saw a suit give a buck to a bum
20 feet down the street, someone yelling, look up
Some girl, maybe eighteen, probably drunk
Just in
Oh, John Dillon James was my good time country buddy

Well, we hunted, talked and fished his last days away

He was just a hired farm hand, worked
And from my front steps, the last of the weekend vettes goes blasting by
Won't be nothing so cold as this beach in the winter time
Chorus:
Sun's been down
some every now and then, oh hey

Where are your people from? Maybe Mississippi or an Island
Apparently your skin has been kissed by the sun
You make me
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
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
that James Brown style, when we're dancing
Non-stop dancing
You know, this is James Brown
I'm such a lover of people
Because people did so much for me
I'm a lover of all humanity, all of man kind
And i
children
Children's children
Will see what's left of me
Cue up the James Brown
And jack up the funky sound now
Say it won't be the last time
You hear
again

She keeps his picture tucked away
She thinks she'll have it framed one day
And maybe he'll come see it there
Hanging by her rocking chair
like it's last year's champion Mrs. Brown
She's in the lead
No, wait, it's Mr. Brown
Mrs. Brown, she's choking!
Ah!

Mr. Barbeque
Mr. Barbeque
tell me if I leave him
Baby would you be there
'Cause maybe you could
Be more than that, all the time
I'm sad chillin'
Evelyn sits by the elevator doors 
It's been thirty seven years since James dies on St. Patrick's Day in 1964 
But she could not hold it against
The expression she pulls is exactly like last time
You've got to conclude she just hasn't a heart