Lyrics.com »

Search results for 'sun brother excerpt by portugal the man'

Yee yee! We've found 388 lyrics, 110 artists, and 100 albums matching sun brother excerpt by portugal the man.


Albums:

O Melhor de Portugal (The Best of Portugal) (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Brother, Brother, Brother (The Isley Brothers) · Givin' It Back/Brother, Brother, Brother (The Isley Brothers) · Brother to Brother (Van Zant) · Brother to Brother (Van Zant) · Brother Against Brother (Ryker's) · Brother to Brother (Gino Vannelli) · Brother to Brother (Van Zant) · Brother to Brother (Van Zant) · Brother to Brother (Gino Vannelli) – and 90 other albums »


I was one that got away,
A young and restless renegade

Chasing my dreams, still on the run, 
I had some moments in the sun
Years flew by like
I was one that got away,
A young and restless renegade

Chasing my dreams, still on the run, 
I had some moments in the sun
Years flew by like
{ } = Mr. Mixx in a deep voice

Intro:  [Excerpt from a porno movie of a woman being fucked]

Mr. Mixx:
Yeah, bitch.  I know you used to clown
Luke:
LET THE BEATINGS BEGI-I-I-I-IN!

[Excerpt from the Cheech & Chong track "Pedro and Man At The 
Drive-In," in which a man is whipped and gives
Five brothers and three in their teens

Gotta find the man

Who killed their pa in New Orleans

New Orleans


The sun was hot as fire

And the nights
brothers and three in their teens
Gotta find the man
Who killed their pa in New Orleans
New Orleans

The sun was hot as fire
And the nights were cold
know 
Your purpose on earth
And I can see the sun
Shining in your eyes

Golden man
Beneath the crescent moon you stand
You speak to the wind
before evening comes
Waiting for castles and kettles with roses
Painted on barges that sailed into the sun.

Oh, see the river run, that was by man
relief but you can't find none
You been burnt by the midnight sun
I know the feeling, you wish you'd been warned
Now you and I are brothers in arms
Listen mister brother sister
Family and friend
I fear with each day pass
Our time grows closer to the end

Listen stranger passer by
And those
I had some trouble with my sweetheart's pa one of his brothers was a bad outlaw
I send her a letter by my Uncle Fudd and I rode away on the Tennessee
a letter
By my Uncle Fud
An I rode away
On the Tennessee Stud

The Tennessee Stud was long and lean
The color of the sun
And his eyes were green
He had
night I met her on the street. 
I tipped my hat but I could not speak.
Another man was by her side. 
Soon I thought she'd be his bride.

[Chorus]
night I met her on the street. 
I tipped my hat but I could not speak.
Another man was by her side. 
Soon I thought she'd be his bride.

[Chorus]
We started something gonna get together
Every man and woman, boy and girl
Loving one another, all sisters and the brothers
Loving one another,
night I met her on the street. 
I tipped my hat but I could not speak.
Another man was by her side. 
Soon I thought she'd be his bride.

[Chorus]
Well my name is Mick Ryan, I'm lyin still
In a lonely spot near where I was killed
By a red man defending his native land
In the place that they call
Weighted down by earth and man,
A dispirited husk mired in blood imbued in soil despairs 
The minds of my brothers are unsound, their hearts flow
I once met a holy man who showed me the way
The road to tranquility at last
The more he was listening, the more he would say
With the tales
by the dozen even got a lady make a muskart's cousin
Pile of hide drying in the hot hot sun tomorrow papa's gonna turn them into money

Well they
going to be around
While a whole new world goes down
Walking hand in hand with every man
Sleeping in the sun with everyone

Every night by morning
pointed west
I'm going where the sun don't set
I'm on a roll, just me and the radio
Playing "Midnight Rider," "Ramblin' Man"
Words this woman
and love me father, and love my sister as well
So love me mother, and love me father, and love my brother as well

I met a man today and he smiled back at me
Walk me out by the water's edge
Oh, my brother
I'm coming down
We are you
We are almost there
And the man keeps coming 'round
I don't know who was
been a-ridin on the Tennessee stud

I had some trouble with my sweetheart's pa
One of her brothers was a bad outlaw
I sent her a letter by my Uncle Fud