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The Day the Sun Went Out (Boy Sets Fire) · The Day the Sun Went Out (Boy Sets Fire) · The Day the Sun Went Out (Boy Sets Fire) · What Went Down (Courtney) · What Went Down (Foals) · I Went Down (Hutchinson, Hutch) · What Went Down [Deluxe Edition] (Foals) · Sun, Sun, Sun (The Elected) · Sun, Sun, Sun (The Elected) · Down Down Down (Lollipop) – and 90 other albums »


The switch-man wave his lantern goodbye and good day as we went roling through
Billboards and truck stops pass by the grievous angel
And now I know just what I
and good day as we went roling through
Billboards and truck stops pass by the grievous angel
And now I know just what I have to do (pick for me James
The switch-man wave his lantern goodbye and good day as we went roling through
Billboards and truck stops pass by the grievous angel
And now I know just what I
no one ever knew

James never thought about girls
He only thought about cars 
Never went to the drive in
Or worried about singles bars
So it was
cloud has a silver lining 
Every dog has its day 
Oh but I guess the sun stopped shining 
On the day you went away 
...King without a heart 
...King
I went down to St. James Infirmary
To see my baby there,
She was lyin' on a long white table,
So sweet, so cool, so fair.

Went up to see
The dying shrimper said.
He said, "Boys, you know I had my chance
But I went and botched the job,
But how can a boy named Jesse James
Without a train to rob?"
Wait, hold up, chill, what's that son?
Damn... nigga got fucked, shit, huh?!
By his back, watch nigga run
Seven the center of your eight point sun
the pretty jewel I just pawned

Every cloud has a silver lining
Every dog has its day
Oh but I guess the sun stopped shining
On the day you went away
the sons
All were welcome, all would come

We went all the way
All the way down
We went all the way, all the way

I was king, Mr. Cool
Just a snobby
the sons 
All were welcome, all would come 

We went all the way 
All the way down 
We went all the way, all the way 

I was King, Mr. Cool 
Just
Dead or alive in a dozen states
Shootin' whiskey in one-horse towns
Saddlin' up when the sun went down
Haulin' ass out of some open plain
Yeah,
her that night

And we got high on top of that ridge
We could see for miles, past the corn and the cotton and the river bridge
When the sun went down
know just how I do

When it rains it pours down
Used to wanna be king said the reign is on now
King me like james straight out of high school
to take her that night

We got high on top of that bridge
We could see for miles, past the corn and the cotton, and the River bridge
When the sun went down
somebody
Slowly jumpin' down

See two women
See two women
Walkin' hand by hand
Hey now mama, you see
See two women, they
Walkin' hand by hand
They just
a voice that he knew 
Took shape slowly out of the blue 

Flight Captain James at your service 
Last month I went down in the drink 
You're not
may be blinded by the scripts

Pass the L, the last to tussle in them shirttails
All hail, King Geedorah, the third rail
700 volts holds rap
the Shah of Iran
Motorcade down when I roam the land
"Window, James, I see something I like
Park on the corner, underneath the light"
"Nice shorts, hon' -
by
As I gazed down my rifle at his breast but then, then a soldier I.

They say he was different, kindly too apart from all the rest.
A lover
Damn our interviews were better than a lotta them acts.
Praised the gangsta
Just because it sold
While consciousness
Went from platinum to gold
Seen
then
It's my fault"
"Beauty is on my pillow, beauty is there in
My vault"

[Chorus]

The girl with the eternity rock went down on
Her bookie
Garfield's been shot down low"

Lord, I knew the President was supposed to be down the depot that day
But I just wouldn't let myself believe that he'd been
want to talk to the King
I want to tell him we're sorry
And it won't happen again
I've got a photo of James Joyce
It's a photo by ManRay
It's not
We took the highway till the road went black 
We marked Truth Or Consequences on our map* 
A voice drifted up from the radio 
We saw the voice