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hat and silver skates Jugglin' three collection plates Jesus Christ Townes Van Zandt standin' at the bar Skinnin' a Hollywood movie star Can't
by Townes Van Zandt Well, I ain't very big for twentyone and it seems I never could have any good clean fun cause every time I'd go outside some
said "I wish I was dead" With the riptide She's out of her mind riptide, you always win It happens over and over again riptide She's out
to me. Once again, back out on the highway. Watch the traffic-you know it's a Friday. And all the seats-belts in all the vans won't change your plans.
Up on a mountain jerkin' off. Down by the river jerkin' off. And that's when I had my epiphany. You can't spend your whole life jerkin' off.
or any man Driving a sports car or a mini van These are the aspirations of certain men Who leave the neighborhood only to return again Come on (Chorus)
a date" Padlock Jody's screaming "Wait, wait, wait!" "Don't worry, hon," he replies, "I'm keepin' the faith" I'll never do the baseball with you again
First bid for governor in 1958 by hedging on the Race issue, against a man who spoke out against Integration Wallace ran again in '62 as a Staunch
black, you think that I'm a damn fool No dope, no guns, no case, let's take this shit to trial Mr. Bigg versus the state, and then I still might not win