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to call me a groom
no soap in the john
no soap in the john
no soap in the john
no soap in the john
But I'm rattled by the rush
Rattled by the rush
Colene
And her peaches and cream
It'll give us a shot in the arm
Down at our Uncle John's farm

Rock on the porch swing
By the light of the moon
most beauty in his heart.
He got swept up beneath the city..

John left the town, in search of elephants that stomped his body
that left him with
vacation with me
[ steel ]
Now someday I shall take my vacation to the city John tells us about
With its foundation walk oh so precious with the gladness
FROM THE 27TH FLOOR (Proverbs 13:4)
I AIN'T NO TRAIN STOPPING SUPER MAN NO MORE (Psalms 6:2)
BLACK OUT NIGHT IN PHILLY, THINGS WERE GETTING KINDA SILLY
Baby I know that we've got trouble in the fields
When the bankers swarm like locust out there turning away our yield
The trains roll by our silos,
some

When I get you way out here
We'll take a little ride on the old John Deere
Stop by the creek where the corn grows tall
You won't wanna go back
Swearing that our hair stood on end
To see John Purroy Mitchel depart

For the Western front where our work might count
O mercy! O God!
Go out, await
arrive
Ooohh, they arrived aboard the milk train
(La-la-la-la-la-la la)

There was a well dressed lady from the city
Used to always give me her smile
go out seeking different colored faces
And anyone else that they can scare
And they salute the foes their fathers fought
By raising their right
new John Deere
Then we'll work these farm with sweat and tears

You'll be the mule, I'll be the plow
Come harvest time, we'll work it out
There's still
out seeking different colored faces
And anyone else that they can scare
And they salute the foes their fathers fought
By raising their right arms in
me out by the lemon trees
Pull me down, and pump me dry

lie back down and think of rain
In the blossom of the willow
Mastering the morning pain
the town called "The City of Dope"
It couldn't be saved by John the Pope
So go on, live your life of crime
The beat'll keep beating while I say my rhyme
Baby, I know that we got trouble in the fields 
And the bankers swarm like locusts out there, turning away our yields 
And the trains roll by our
Now Alice needed money.  I put ten dollars on the breeze.
As the wind died away, she sank way below her knees.
And as a hurricane passed by, she
(Words and Music by Joan Baez)

Outside the Nashville city limits
A friend and I did drive,
On a day in early winter
I was glad to be alive.
We went
the soul
And we gonna do it a little somethin'

With three subjects like this

Subject one is about a brother by the name of John
Who was sellin'
loudly, there's a man in the hall... 

Hell, it's some kinda lunatic followin' me. 
He's down by the john so I can't take a pee. 
I'm 's'posed t' be
flow.
I take my city everywhere that I go!

I’m from the L-O-N-G-B-E-A-C-H
C-I-T-Y See I, got a paper chase.
City by the sea, it’s the 562.
That’s
out of time
To figure out what they come here for

I know you want to know the truth
And I'm the dyke who will give it to you
By this time next
beneath this city's heat
In the eyes of strangers who pass me by
Life is cruel and so unkind
Oh, Oh the SPIRIT OF '76

And Pete has seen his dreams
speech.

When the city is plunged into darkness
By an unpredicted rolling blackout
The White House always blames the governor,
Saying the solution is
new John Deere
Then we'll work these farm with sweat and tears

You'll be the mule, I'll be the plow
Come harvest time, we'll work it out
There's still
and Nine
Then out of her coat taking seven harmonicas
She sat down to play on a doorstep
Saying, Come back to my place I will show you the stars