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As I went now for to take a little walk,
I came upon that Wild Bill Jones
He was a'walkin' and a'talkin' by my true lover's side
And I bid him
the story gets old
You stood on the corner for a long time
People passin' by you gave you nickels and dimes
They think you're one of the nameless
Cause
As I went down for to take a little walk
I came upon that Wild Bill Jones
He was a walking and a talking by my true lover's side
And I bid him
Coyote
by Bill Staines
Here in the dawn
You got me listenin' to your song once again.
I love how it climbs and it hangs upon the wind.
Here in
those days seem far away
An empty swing where he once played
Now Bill's grown so fat and bald
He never thought that he'd grow old

And every day when
the by
The fee goes up
Or else we go

My dear old friend
Here's how things appear, old friend
He who pays the bill
Times two or three
Be sure he
When I was a boy about the age of ten
Got some old records by the blues men
Found a big connection to my lonely life
I couldn't wait to learn some
I've had the help of loved ones and many friends who stood by me
And without their favor I would have given up a long long time ago
I remember my boyhood
Bill broke out one day, I guess he thought he'd get away
But at the railroad station they took him by the arm
The chief said, "I've come for you",
(written by: Slash / E.Dover)
They filled me full of promises Till it burned the roof of my mouth I thought these jokers were my friends Until they
me at the Gate
The Old Blue Yodeler himself Jimmy Rodgers
He said to me "Bill they asked me to show you around up here
And right over there is some
cheat
The hair that I'm losing and a women who's choosing 
To lay sound asleep by my side
The bills they are mounting that's when I start counting
thing this morning
Was to have you walk out on me

Last night you came home late and I knew you'd been drinkin'
By that old mellow look on your face
I was scared half to death
I couldn't catch my breath
Cause that old tree down by the river
Was thirty feet high
That's when I heard my daddy's
common 
They lived their lives unselfishly 
And died to save a friend 
Jimmy and Jesus worked hard everyday 
Tryin' to make this old world a better
Lyrics And Music By Bill Stevenson I'm Sorry I Corrupted You - Took Away Your Youth I'm Sorry You Remember It That Way I Remember It Was True Love
the feathers flew
You're running wild a kickin' up your heels a leavin' me home with a handful of bills
I can't live without you and you know it's true
But
long friend
An old man now by trade
I figured it's how he had help me out
With his fortune he had made

I said, 'Old pal, I need your help
I hate
got outta high school
I drove an old farm truck
All the girls they walk right by me
Didn't even say good luck

Now, I ride in my 225
They all
for half its worth
To this man he thought a friend to be if there's not a hell there ought to be
Mary Ann was sweet sixteen never had been around
puppy yet
Well, I caught you honky tonkin' with my best friend
The thing to do was leave you, but I should of left then
Now I'm too old to leave you,
walked right by me
Didn't even say good luck
Now I ride my 225, they all want to be my friend
I'll pick you up later tonight now baby
If you can wait
walked right by me
Didn't even say good luck
Now I ride my 225, they all want to be my friend
I'll pick you up later tonight now baby
If you can wait
Time's gone by and you're feeling pretty old
All your friends stopped calling back a long time ago
You know there's something missing but you don't know
a tale
About the old man who taught me so well"

You just stay in the bar
For as long as you can
Hell I know you're a friend
I can tell by the shakes