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with your girl friend
'Bout the time a storm rode in
Wind got up, it was pourin' down
We could hear the sirens goin' off in town

We were kissin' in
with laughter this ole house heard many a shouts
Now she trembles in the darkness oh when the lightnin' walks about
I ain't a gonna need this house no
with laughter this ole house heard many a shouts
Now she trembles in the darkness oh when the lightnin' walks about
I ain't a gonna need this house no
A long time ago 
In a town in Tennessee 
There lived a man 
And he was brave as he could be 
By the sweat of his brow 
He earned fortune
with laughter this ole house heard many a shouts
Now she trembles in the darkness oh when the lightnin' walks about
I ain't a gonna need this house no
make me giggle
We'll squiggle like honeymooners do
I'm struck by lightnin', it's frightnin'
So excitin', on Independence Day

Uncle Vera, Auntie Ida
This old house once rang with laughter
This old house heard many shouts
Now he trembles in the darkness
When the lightnin' walks about

[Chorus]
of a jelly jar
Oh, you're some down home girl
Dimples in your pretty cheeks
And dimples in your knees
You walk by and baby I
Can smell magnolia trees
You
This old house once rang with laughter
This old house heard many shouts
Now he trembles in the darkness
When the lightnin' walks about

[Chorus]
This old house once rang with laughter
This old house heard many shouts
Now he trembles in the darkness
When the lightnin' walks about

[Chorus]
Traditional, arranged
By Arlo Guthrie

Come all you old time cowboys
And listen to my song
Please do not grow weary
I'll not detain you long
Next time around the block
You go by my door baby
Walk on till you're gone away
Walk on till you find some day
Oh honey
Good-bye goes a long long
I'm gonna walk that road
That we walked long before
Many years ago
And we'll walk a hundred more

And we're comin' one by one
You didn't see us
Greased lightnin' ain't got nothin' on me
I'm just about as fast as a man can be
I'll love you and leave you and be in the next town
By the time
more
The next time around the block when you go by my door

Baby, walk on till you're gone away
Walk on till you find someday
Goodbye goes a long
my name like Rakim
Islamic Doctrine
Brethren of John Hopkins
Run with goons from mostly summer and Tompkins
Best jump off
Before you get dust off
laugh at yer looks
Your voice or your face
And by any number of bets in the book
Will be rollin' long after the bubblegum craze
You need something
Grove Street walk-up flat
Where dwelt The Calistoga Kid, a beatnik from the past
With long browned lightnin' fingers he takes a cultured toke
And says,
time you walk by?
Just like me, they long to be
Close to you

On the day that you were born
The angels got together
And decided to create
A dream
have carried this weight time after time
I have bettered the dumb and the blind
I've seen dignity fail and colors run
Seen justice denied by the voice
Grove Street walk-up flat
Where dwelt The Calistoga Kid, a beatnik from the past
With long browned lightnin' fingers he takes a cultured toke
And says,
And some of us find
I've looked for you
A long, long time

And now that I've found you
New horizons I see
Come take my hand and
Walk through this world with
So long, so long 
Now I'm on my way 
So long, so long 
See you all some day 
Don't know where I'm heading for 
Turn my back and walk away
both felt our spirits collide.

I remember that moment, bein' struck down by lightnin',
The first time I saw your face, and you smiled.
Come an' lay
It's a long way home
It's a long way home

And it's too late for one thing
The best thing for me now's to walk by
And you can give in the same thing