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breathed hell so hot that you could feel the heat
Daddy was an old time preacher man and Leona would get up to testify
And we'd sing in the sweet by and by
the great eternity 
He preached hell so hot that you could feel the heat 

Yes, Daddy was an old time preacher man 
Aunt Leanona would get up to testify
the great eternity 
He preached hell so hot that you could feel the heat 

Yes, Daddy was an old time preacher man 
Aunt Leanona would get up to testify
breathed hell so hot that you could feel the heat
Daddy was an old time preacher man and Leona would get up to testify
As we'd sing in the sweet by and by
conversation
Man, that preacher sure can talk
It brings up my need for salvation
Even though he knows I'm stubborn to a fault

Tell me one more time about Jesus
Tom Joad got out of the old McAlester Pen
There he got his parole
After four long years on a man killing charge
Tom Joad come a-walkin' down
us
You boys keep your distance
That old man's just telling you lies
But to all of us kids
Cowboy Bill was a hero
Just as true
As the blue texas
bibles and their stills
But he's not weird just a man that's bein' free

The holy roller preacher told the eager congregation
That the devil had passed
That truck rolled away in a cloud of dust; 
Tommy turned his face toward home.
He met Preacher Casey, and they had a little drink, 
But they found
Times are hard and the money's tight
Day to day we fight that fight
Nothing new, it's the same old grind
Uphill all the way

Boss man says
a down and out man
Guess you wonder why I am

Tried to boogie in a honky-tonk
But my old guitar was out of tune
That's when they didn't like my music
I was a young man
Dashing with the girls
Now no one wants an old man
When I lost my handsome curls

But I wanna say
When my time comes
Lay me
conversation
Man, that preacher sure can talk
It brings up my need for salvation
Even though he knows I'm stubborn to a fault

Tell me one more time about Jesus
work and I somehow hide from a world that rushes by outside 
And each night when I rest my head I'm contented as the peaceful death 
But who's gonna
Preacher Casey, and they had a little drink,
But they found that his family they was gone,
He found that his family they was gone.

He found his mother's old
farm
He said, ?Preacher, I was wrasslin' the devil and that rascal broke my arm?

Lying Jim, Lying Jim [unverified]

Now ole Lying Jim was broke one time
A preacher on an orange crate
With a Salvation Army Band
And clicking along the cobbled stones

That's the sound of the ice-cream man
Comin' up the lane
got to walk it by myself.

[2nd & 3rd times:] 
You got to walk that lonesome valley. You got to walk it by yourself. Oh nobody else can walk it for
From a old time college degree
And when I walked by I heard 'em
Saying he was something to see
Well now don't you know that I'm the American Son
every dime I make, every soul I know
Hire by reach, the farther down I go
This old broken back of mine is all I've got to show
And anyway

A working
every dime I make, every soul I know
Hire by reach, the farther down I go
This old broken back of mine is all I've got to show
And anyway

A working
every dime I make, every soul I know
Hire by reach, the farther down I go
This old broken back of mine is all I've got to show
And anyway

A working
every dime I make, every soul I know
Hire by reach, the farther down I go
This old broken back of mine is all I've got to show
And anyway

A working
every dime I make, every soul I know
Hire by reach, the farther down I go
This old broken back of mine is all I've got to show
And anyway

A working
the money got you doing shit that'll fuck up your pride
You ain't a hoe, you just really trying to get by
Every day looking up at the sky
Sometimes, shit