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Every time I close my eyes I start to drift away- thinkin bout some days gone by how
Time just floats away- every time I hear that song puts a smile
Nine years old and climbing out the house
Through a song played on piano
By my neighbors Les and Ray

I put my head up against the wall
To be
pretty good
But it could get better than this

Bill Dance and Hank Parker floated by in a boat
And volunteered to be our fishing guides
And Richard
pretty good
But it could get better than this

Bill Mance and Hank Parker floated by in a boat
And volunteered to be our fishin' guides
And Richard
a vestibule
Sits the Devil playing pocket pool
He's waiting for the next poor fool
Who forgot that it was Sunday

The only song I ever knew
Was "Moonlight
don't get fed up
My people rise, my people fight
My people do alright
My people walk with pride and
We're marchin' side by side and
My people laugh,
It's called speed I wrote a song about it
Conceptually a la Bowie. 
But it's been lost in the vaults of the record company 
By our manager 

So
sit in that old blue chair

From that chair I've caught a few fish and some rays
And I've watched boats sail in and out of cinnamon bay
I let go
and as the time went by 
We found that we liked living free that way 

I got me an old Cadillac just to have around 
Cadillacs and country songs were meant to be 
I
that old blue chair

From that chair I've caught a few fish and some rays
And I've watched boats sail in and out of cinnamon bay
I let go of a lover that
A Song for Christmas 

Words & Music by Joseph Patrick

Christmas?. can be a lonely time of year my friend
And when the times get tough
And ? don?t
When I sit in that old blue chair

From that chair I've caught a few fish and some rays
And I've watched boats sail in and out of Cinnamon Bay
I let
it up off of me
So that's one time it saved my life

The way, the way, I, uh, I came by the name of Lucille
I was over in Twist, Arkansas, I know
on the beach

There's no pain or sorrow, down by the coral and Susan and Brownie and me
And we'll fish by the reef, for some snappers to eat, as we race the ray
the song

No one picks like Bill Monroe and don't George Jones sing great
I can tell that the people care by the people at my gate
Webb Pierce invites
the nest 
That was life in a tenement square

I remember the song where the rats sang along 
And danced for their daily bread 
While the damp washed
the nest 
That was life in a tenement square

I remember the song where the rats sang along 
And danced for their daily bread 
While the damp washed
Busby Babes they always made me cry 
Thinkin' 'bout the teams of years gone by 
Charlton, Edwards, Law and Georgie Best 
We're United, you can
Cash
How about old Jimmy Buffet bring him in there when that's sun shining,
George Strait an old friend
Can’t forget Hank Jr and all his rowdy friends
Yeah ah back to that old shit! 
For all you fake ass teachers out there 
Aiyyo Kris break this shit up! 

The type of lyrical terrorism I present
Thank you very much
This next song was written by a man right here in Folsom prison
And last night was the first time I've ever sung this song
Right now we both know
We're Marina Del Ray
Planes gonna fly away
And you'll be on it
And by this time tomorrow
I'll be singing yesterday
Daniels'll keep us merry.
Yes, I've heard of Bobby Sands, wasn't it Emmerdale Farm?
Yes, that's right, he was kicked by a cow, I hope it didn't do him no
to see that I was wrong, now David sing the song (uh-huh)

[Chorus] - 2X
[Hahz the Rippa]
Yo, aiyyo I sold drugs, sold coke, weed and dope (whattchu
[Intro:]
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