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John Denver Sings

1966
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Side One
  1. Here There And Everywhere

    Here There And Everywhere

    To lead a better life I need my love to be here…

    Here, making each day of the year
    Changing my life with a wave of her hand
    Nobody can deny that there’s something there

    There, running my hands through her hair
    Both of us thinking how good it can be
    Someone is speaking but she doesn’t know he’s there

    I want her everywhere and if she’s beside me
    I know I need never care
    But to love her is to need her everywhere
    Knowing that love is to share

    Each one believing that love never dies
    Watching her eyes and hoping I’m always there

    I want her everywhere and if she’s beside me
    I know I need never care
    But to love her is to need her everywhere
    Knowing that love is to share

    Each one believing that love never dies
    Watching her eyes and hoping I’m always there

    To be there and everywhere
    Here, there and everywhere

    (written by Lennon & McCartney)

  2. Ann

    Ann

    I know I’ll never find another hunk of woman like my Ann
    She makes me feel like a great big man
    I’m gonna go tell her momma what I think about her, say thank you ma’am
    For giving me your daughter Ann

    She sure is stacked from her toes to the pretty little nape
    Of her neck she’s packed like a seed in a grape
    She’s smooth as marble skin
    When I see her I believe I’m a real young guy
    And when I go to work I think I might die
    If I can’t hurry home again
    If the good Lord works a hundred years at makin’ me a female plan
    I’d say, no, thanks, Lord, I’ll just keep Ann

    How could I ever look at any other woman when I’ve got Ann
    I feel so good when she takes my hand
    I’m gonna go tell her daddy what I think about her, say thank you, man
    For giving me your daughter Ann

    When I come home and feel like I’ve been run over
    By a ten ton truck she can rub my shoulder
    And ease my aches and pains
    When I lose my job and I’m down to a silver dollar
    And I feel like a dried up gourd in a holler
    She soothes my brow like summer rain
    If the good Lord works all night at makin’ me a female plan
    I’d say, no, thanks, Lord, I’ll just keep Ann
    One more time!

    I know I’ll never find another hunk of woman like my Ann
    She makes me feel like a great big man
    If the good Lord worked a hundred years at makin’ me a female plan
    I’d say, no thanks, Lord, I’ll just keep Ann
    I’d say, no thanks, Lord, I’ll just keep Ann
    Yeah!

    (written by Billy Edd Wheeler)

  3. Babe I Hate To Go

    Babe I Hate To Go

    All my bags are packed, I’m ready to go, I’m standing here outside your door,
    I hate to wake you up to say good-bye.
    But the dawn is breaking, it’s early morn, the taxi’s waiting He’s blowing his horn.
    Already I’m so lonesome I could die.

    So kiss me and smile for me, tell me that you’ll wait for me, hold me like you’ll never let me go.
    ‘Cause I’m leaving on a jet plane, don’t know when I’ll be back again. Oh, babe, I hate to go.

    There’s so many times I’ve let you down, so many times I’ve played around,
    I tell you now they don’t mean a thing.

    Every place I go I’ll think of you, every song I sing I’ll sing for you,
    when I come back, I’ll bring your wedding ring.

    So kiss me and smile for me, tell me that you’ll wait for me, hold me like you’ll never let me go.
    ‘Cause I’m leaving on a jet plane, don’t know when I’ll be back again. Oh, babe, I hate to go.

    Now the time has come to leave you, one more time let me kiss you,
    then close your eyes, I’ll be on my way.

    Dream about the days to come when I won’t have to leave alone,
    about the times I won’t have to say:

    kiss me and smile for me, tell me that you’ll wait for me, hold me like you’ll never let me go.
    ‘Cause I’m leaving on a jet plane, don’t know when I’ll be back again. Oh, babe, I hate to go.
    I’m leaving on a jet plane, don’t know when I’ll be back again. Oh, babe, I hate to go.

    (written by John Denver)

  4. When I Was A Cowboy

    When I Was A Cowboy

    When I was a cowboy
    Out on the western plains
    When I was a cowboy
    Out on the western plains
    I made a half a million
    Pullin’ on the bridle reins
    Come a cow ki–yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah
    Come a cow ki–yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah
    Oh, the hardest battle
    Was it ever on the western plains
    Oh, the hardest battle
    Was ever on the western plains
    When me and a bunch of cowboys
    Run into Jesse James
    Come a cow ki-yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah
    Come a cow ki–yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah
    When me and a bunch of cowboys
    Run into Jesse James
    When me and a bunch of cowboys
    Run into Jesse James
    The bullets was a-fallin’
    Just like a shower rain
    Come a cow ki–yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah
    Come a cow ki–yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah
    Oh, de hardest battle
    Was it ever on Bunker’s Hill
    Whoa, de hardest battle
    Was a-ever on Bunker’s Hill
    When me an a bunch of cowboys
    Run into Buffalo Bill
    Come a cow ki-yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah
    Come a cow ki-yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah
    Huddie spoken:
    The boys had it all in for a man on the outskirts a-town.
    And they had made the hosses drunk.
    They had made them .45’s drunk. ha.
    And the boys is already then they got drunk.
    And all around that man’s house
    Them hosses was a-walkin’
    And them .45’s was-a talkin’.
    And they shot out ‘best regards’
    To that man and here what they says:
    De house catch de fire
    And they ain’t no water ’round
    If yo’ house catch de fire
    And they ain’t no water ’round
    Throw yo’ jelly out de window
    Let de doggone shack burn down
    Come a cow ki–yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah
    Come a cow ki–yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah
    Come all you cowboys
    Don’t you wanna go?
    Come all you cowboys
    Don’t you wanna go?
    Come meet de Lone Ranger
    On a range of Buffalo
    Come a cow ki–yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah
    Come a cow ki–yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah.

    (written by Huddie Ledbetter)

  5. Yesterday

    Yesterday

    Yesterday, all my troubles seemed so far away
    Now it looks as though they’re here to stay
    Oh, I believe in yesterday.

    Suddenly, I’m not half to man I used to be,
    There’s a shadow hanging over me.
    Oh, yesterday came suddenly.

    Why she had to go I don’t know she wouldn’t say.
    I said something wrong, now I long for yesterday.

    Yesterday, love was such an easy game to play.
    Now I need a place to hide away.
    Oh, I believe in yesterday.

    (written by Lennon and McCartney)

  6. Blues My Naughty

    Blues My Naughty

    -All right. Stand by. Here we go. Blues My Naughty take seventy-four.
    -Oh, shit. I hope I don’t screw up.

    Now there are blues that you get from happiness
    There are blues that you get from pain
    There’re blues when you are lonely for your one and only
    Blues that are hard to explain

    And there are blues that you get from waitin’
    But the meanest, the meanest blues that be
    They’re kind that I got on my mind
    Blues there are all very meanest kind
    Blues my naughty sweetie gives to me
    Oh, yeah

    Oh, they’re blues you get from women when you see ’em goin’ swimmin’ and you haven’t got a bathin’ suit yourself
    There are blues that start to flicker when you had a lot of liquor and someone goes and takes it off the shelf
    There are blues you get from waitin’ on the dock, and you wonderin’ if your little boat is gonna rock
    Blues you keep a gettin’ in a taxicab a pettin’ every time you hear the meter jump the clock

    And there are blues you get from cryin’ when your uncle Will is dyin’ and he afterwards forgets you in his will
    There are blues you get from kisses when you are walkin’ with the missus and another baby shouts, “Hey, Bill!”
    Blues that kinda make you hop and really shake and shiver, kinda make you want to end it all in the river
    Blues my naughty sweetie gives to me
    Oh, play that thing!

    Now there are blues you get from women when you see ’em goin’ swimmin’ and you haven’t got a bathin’ suit your own self
    There are blues that start to flicker when you had a lot of liquor and someone goes and takes it off the shelf
    There are blues you get from waitin’ on the dock, and you wonderin’ if the boat’s gonna rock
    Blues you keep a gettin’ in a taxicab a pettin’ every time you hear the meter jump the clock

    And there are blues you get from cryin’ when your uncle Will is dyin’ and he afterwards forgets you in his will
    There are blues that get from kisses when you are walkin’ with the missus and another baby shouts, “Hey, Patrick!!”
    Blues that kinda make you hop and really shake and shiver, kinda make you want to end it all in the river
    Blues my naughty sweetie gives to me
    Let me hear it again
    Oh, blues my naughty sweetie gives to me
    Just one more time!
    Blues my naughty sweetie gives to me

Side Two
  1. What’s That I Hear Now?

    What’s That I Hear Now?

    What’s that I hear now ringing in my ear
    I’ve heard that sound before
    What’s that I hear now ringing in my ear
    I hear it more and more
    It’s the sound of freedom calling
    Ringing up to the sky
    It’s the sound of the old ways falling
    You can hear it if you try
    You can hear it if you try

    What’s that I see now shining in my eyes
    I’ve seen that light before
    What’s that I see now shining in my eyes
    I see it more and more
    It’s the light of freedom shining
    Shining up to the sky
    It’s the light of the old ways a dying
    You can see it if you try

    What’s that I feel now beating in my heart
    I’ve felt that beat before
    What’s that I feel now beating in my heart
    I feel it more and more
    It’s the rumble of freedom calling
    Climbing up to the sky
    It’s the rumble of the old ways a falling
    You can feel it if you try

    (written by Phil Ochs)

  2. And I Love Her

    And I Love Her

    I give her all my love
    That’s all I do
    And if you saw my love
    You’d love her too
    I love her

    She gives me everything
    And tenderly
    The kiss my lover brings
    She brings to me
    And I love her

    A love like ours
    Could never die
    As long as I
    Have you near me

    Bright are the stars that shine
    Dark is the sky
    I know this love of mine
    Will never die
    And I love her

    Bright are the stars that shine
    Dark is the sky
    I know this love of mine
    Will never die
    And I love her

    (written by Lennon and McCartney)

  3. When Will I Be Loved?

    When Will I Be Loved?

    I’ve been cheated
    Been mistreated
    When will I be loved

    I’ve been pushed down
    I’ve been turned down
    When will I be loved

    When I find a new girl
    That I want for mine
    She always breaks my heart into
    It happens every time
    Every time
    Every time

    I’ve been lied to
    I’ve been made blue
    When will I be loved

    When I find a new girl
    That I want for mine
    She always breaks my heart into
    It happens every time
    Every time
    Every time

    I’ve been cheated
    Been mistreated
    When will I be loved
    When will I be loved
    Just one more time
    When will I be loved
    Oh, let me hear it again
    When will I be loved

    (written by Phil Everly)

  4. Darcy Farrow

    Darcy Farrow

    Where the walker runs down to the Carson Valley Plain
    There lived a maiden, Darcy Farrow was her name
    The daughter of old Dundee and a fair one was she
    The sweetest flower that bloomed oer the range

    Her voice was as sweet as the sugar candy
    Her touch was as soft as a bed of goose down
    Her eyes shone bright like the pretty lights
    That shone in the night out of Yerrington town

    She was courted by Young Vandamere
    A fine lad was he as I am to hear
    He gave her silver rings and lacy things
    And she promised to wed before the snows came that year

    But her pony did stumble and she did fall
    Her dyin touched the hearts of us one and all
    Young Vandy in his pain put a bullet through his brain
    And we buried them together as the snows began to fall

    They sing of Darcy Farrow where the Truckee runs through
    They sing of her beauty in Virginia City too
    At dusky sundown to her name they drink a round
    And to young Vandy whose love was true

    (written by Steve Gillette)

  5. Minor Swing

    Minor Swing

    -That’s what I call spastication at its finest.

  6. In My Life

    In My Life

    There are places I remember
    All my life, though some have changed
    Some forever not for better
    Some have gone and some remain
    All these places have their moments
    With lovers and friends I still can recall
    Some are dead and some are living
    In my life I’ve loved them all

    But of all these friends and lovers
    There is no one compares with you
    And these memories lose their meaning
    When I think of love as something new
    Though I know I’ll never lose affection
    For people and things that went before
    I know I’ll often stop and think about them
    In my life I love you more

    Though I know I’ll never lose affection
    For people and things that went before
    I know I’ll often stop and think about them
    In my life I love you more
    In my life I love you more

    (written by Lennon and McCartney)

  7. Farewell Party

    Farewell Party

    Don’t want no tears shed for me when I’m gone
    Don’t want nobody to sing no melancholy song
    Don’t want your partin’ words to become my eulogy
    Just have a ragtime band to play when you say goodbye to me

    Keep that whiskey flowin’, boys, and raise your glasses high
    I’m pleased to see you’re here to say “Farewell” and not “Goodbye”
    Keep that whiskey flowin’, boys and raise your glasses high
    And damn the man that dares to let my farewell party die

    Don’t want no organ music bringin’ people down
    Don’t want no long-faced mourners always hangin’ ’round
    Don’t want no candles, ah, but let the flowers stay
    Girls can wear them in their hair when they see me on my way

    Keep that whiskey flowin’, boys, and raise your glasses high
    I’m pleased to see you’re here to say “Farewell” and not “Goodbye”
    Keep that whiskey flowin’, boys and raise your glasses high
    And damn the man that dares to let my farewell party die

    Roll the carpet back, my boys, and let the dancin’ start
    Sing all the good old songs and don’t forget my part
    Invite all the girls I’ve known and make sure they have fun
    Hug and kiss ’em all for me like you know I would have done

    Keep that whiskey flowin’, boys, and raise your glasses high
    I’m pleased to see you’re here to say “Farewell” and not “Goodbye”
    Keep that whiskey flowin’, boys and raise your glasses high
    And damn the man that dares to let my farewell party die

    Keep that whiskey flowin’, boys, and raise your glasses high
    I’m pleased to see you’re here to say “Farewell” and not “Goodbye”
    Keep that whiskey flowin’, boys and raise your glasses high
    And damn the man that dares to let my farewell party die

    (written by Bob Gibson and Bob Connelley)

Side One
  1. Here There And Everywhere

    Here There And Everywhere

    To lead a better life I need my love to be here…

    Here, making each day of the year
    Changing my life with a wave of her hand
    Nobody can deny that there’s something there

    There, running my hands through her hair
    Both of us thinking how good it can be
    Someone is speaking but she doesn’t know he’s there

    I want her everywhere and if she’s beside me
    I know I need never care
    But to love her is to need her everywhere
    Knowing that love is to share

    Each one believing that love never dies
    Watching her eyes and hoping I’m always there

    I want her everywhere and if she’s beside me
    I know I need never care
    But to love her is to need her everywhere
    Knowing that love is to share

    Each one believing that love never dies
    Watching her eyes and hoping I’m always there

    To be there and everywhere
    Here, there and everywhere

    (written by Lennon & McCartney)

  2. Ann

    Ann

    I know I’ll never find another hunk of woman like my Ann
    She makes me feel like a great big man
    I’m gonna go tell her momma what I think about her, say thank you ma’am
    For giving me your daughter Ann

    She sure is stacked from her toes to the pretty little nape
    Of her neck she’s packed like a seed in a grape
    She’s smooth as marble skin
    When I see her I believe I’m a real young guy
    And when I go to work I think I might die
    If I can’t hurry home again
    If the good Lord works a hundred years at makin’ me a female plan
    I’d say, no, thanks, Lord, I’ll just keep Ann

    How could I ever look at any other woman when I’ve got Ann
    I feel so good when she takes my hand
    I’m gonna go tell her daddy what I think about her, say thank you, man
    For giving me your daughter Ann

    When I come home and feel like I’ve been run over
    By a ten ton truck she can rub my shoulder
    And ease my aches and pains
    When I lose my job and I’m down to a silver dollar
    And I feel like a dried up gourd in a holler
    She soothes my brow like summer rain
    If the good Lord works all night at makin’ me a female plan
    I’d say, no, thanks, Lord, I’ll just keep Ann
    One more time!

    I know I’ll never find another hunk of woman like my Ann
    She makes me feel like a great big man
    If the good Lord worked a hundred years at makin’ me a female plan
    I’d say, no thanks, Lord, I’ll just keep Ann
    I’d say, no thanks, Lord, I’ll just keep Ann
    Yeah!

    (written by Billy Edd Wheeler)

  3. Babe I Hate To Go

    Babe I Hate To Go

    All my bags are packed, I’m ready to go, I’m standing here outside your door,
    I hate to wake you up to say good-bye.
    But the dawn is breaking, it’s early morn, the taxi’s waiting He’s blowing his horn.
    Already I’m so lonesome I could die.

    So kiss me and smile for me, tell me that you’ll wait for me, hold me like you’ll never let me go.
    ‘Cause I’m leaving on a jet plane, don’t know when I’ll be back again. Oh, babe, I hate to go.

    There’s so many times I’ve let you down, so many times I’ve played around,
    I tell you now they don’t mean a thing.

    Every place I go I’ll think of you, every song I sing I’ll sing for you,
    when I come back, I’ll bring your wedding ring.

    So kiss me and smile for me, tell me that you’ll wait for me, hold me like you’ll never let me go.
    ‘Cause I’m leaving on a jet plane, don’t know when I’ll be back again. Oh, babe, I hate to go.

    Now the time has come to leave you, one more time let me kiss you,
    then close your eyes, I’ll be on my way.

    Dream about the days to come when I won’t have to leave alone,
    about the times I won’t have to say:

    kiss me and smile for me, tell me that you’ll wait for me, hold me like you’ll never let me go.
    ‘Cause I’m leaving on a jet plane, don’t know when I’ll be back again. Oh, babe, I hate to go.
    I’m leaving on a jet plane, don’t know when I’ll be back again. Oh, babe, I hate to go.

    (written by John Denver)

  4. When I Was A Cowboy

    When I Was A Cowboy

    When I was a cowboy
    Out on the western plains
    When I was a cowboy
    Out on the western plains
    I made a half a million
    Pullin’ on the bridle reins
    Come a cow ki–yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah
    Come a cow ki–yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah
    Oh, the hardest battle
    Was it ever on the western plains
    Oh, the hardest battle
    Was ever on the western plains
    When me and a bunch of cowboys
    Run into Jesse James
    Come a cow ki-yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah
    Come a cow ki–yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah
    When me and a bunch of cowboys
    Run into Jesse James
    When me and a bunch of cowboys
    Run into Jesse James
    The bullets was a-fallin’
    Just like a shower rain
    Come a cow ki–yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah
    Come a cow ki–yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah
    Oh, de hardest battle
    Was it ever on Bunker’s Hill
    Whoa, de hardest battle
    Was a-ever on Bunker’s Hill
    When me an a bunch of cowboys
    Run into Buffalo Bill
    Come a cow ki-yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah
    Come a cow ki-yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah
    Huddie spoken:
    The boys had it all in for a man on the outskirts a-town.
    And they had made the hosses drunk.
    They had made them .45’s drunk. ha.
    And the boys is already then they got drunk.
    And all around that man’s house
    Them hosses was a-walkin’
    And them .45’s was-a talkin’.
    And they shot out ‘best regards’
    To that man and here what they says:
    De house catch de fire
    And they ain’t no water ’round
    If yo’ house catch de fire
    And they ain’t no water ’round
    Throw yo’ jelly out de window
    Let de doggone shack burn down
    Come a cow ki–yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah
    Come a cow ki–yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah
    Come all you cowboys
    Don’t you wanna go?
    Come all you cowboys
    Don’t you wanna go?
    Come meet de Lone Ranger
    On a range of Buffalo
    Come a cow ki–yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah
    Come a cow ki–yicky
    Come a cow ki-yicky-yicky-yeah.

    (written by Huddie Ledbetter)

  5. Yesterday

    Yesterday

    Yesterday, all my troubles seemed so far away
    Now it looks as though they’re here to stay
    Oh, I believe in yesterday.

    Suddenly, I’m not half to man I used to be,
    There’s a shadow hanging over me.
    Oh, yesterday came suddenly.

    Why she had to go I don’t know she wouldn’t say.
    I said something wrong, now I long for yesterday.

    Yesterday, love was such an easy game to play.
    Now I need a place to hide away.
    Oh, I believe in yesterday.

    (written by Lennon and McCartney)

  6. Blues My Naughty

    Blues My Naughty

    -All right. Stand by. Here we go. Blues My Naughty take seventy-four.
    -Oh, shit. I hope I don’t screw up.

    Now there are blues that you get from happiness
    There are blues that you get from pain
    There’re blues when you are lonely for your one and only
    Blues that are hard to explain

    And there are blues that you get from waitin’
    But the meanest, the meanest blues that be
    They’re kind that I got on my mind
    Blues there are all very meanest kind
    Blues my naughty sweetie gives to me
    Oh, yeah

    Oh, they’re blues you get from women when you see ’em goin’ swimmin’ and you haven’t got a bathin’ suit yourself
    There are blues that start to flicker when you had a lot of liquor and someone goes and takes it off the shelf
    There are blues you get from waitin’ on the dock, and you wonderin’ if your little boat is gonna rock
    Blues you keep a gettin’ in a taxicab a pettin’ every time you hear the meter jump the clock

    And there are blues you get from cryin’ when your uncle Will is dyin’ and he afterwards forgets you in his will
    There are blues you get from kisses when you are walkin’ with the missus and another baby shouts, “Hey, Bill!”
    Blues that kinda make you hop and really shake and shiver, kinda make you want to end it all in the river
    Blues my naughty sweetie gives to me
    Oh, play that thing!

    Now there are blues you get from women when you see ’em goin’ swimmin’ and you haven’t got a bathin’ suit your own self
    There are blues that start to flicker when you had a lot of liquor and someone goes and takes it off the shelf
    There are blues you get from waitin’ on the dock, and you wonderin’ if the boat’s gonna rock
    Blues you keep a gettin’ in a taxicab a pettin’ every time you hear the meter jump the clock

    And there are blues you get from cryin’ when your uncle Will is dyin’ and he afterwards forgets you in his will
    There are blues that get from kisses when you are walkin’ with the missus and another baby shouts, “Hey, Patrick!!”
    Blues that kinda make you hop and really shake and shiver, kinda make you want to end it all in the river
    Blues my naughty sweetie gives to me
    Let me hear it again
    Oh, blues my naughty sweetie gives to me
    Just one more time!
    Blues my naughty sweetie gives to me

Side Two
  1. What’s That I Hear Now?

    What’s That I Hear Now?

    What’s that I hear now ringing in my ear
    I’ve heard that sound before
    What’s that I hear now ringing in my ear
    I hear it more and more
    It’s the sound of freedom calling
    Ringing up to the sky
    It’s the sound of the old ways falling
    You can hear it if you try
    You can hear it if you try

    What’s that I see now shining in my eyes
    I’ve seen that light before
    What’s that I see now shining in my eyes
    I see it more and more
    It’s the light of freedom shining
    Shining up to the sky
    It’s the light of the old ways a dying
    You can see it if you try

    What’s that I feel now beating in my heart
    I’ve felt that beat before
    What’s that I feel now beating in my heart
    I feel it more and more
    It’s the rumble of freedom calling
    Climbing up to the sky
    It’s the rumble of the old ways a falling
    You can feel it if you try

    (written by Phil Ochs)

  2. And I Love Her

    And I Love Her

    I give her all my love
    That’s all I do
    And if you saw my love
    You’d love her too
    I love her

    She gives me everything
    And tenderly
    The kiss my lover brings
    She brings to me
    And I love her

    A love like ours
    Could never die
    As long as I
    Have you near me

    Bright are the stars that shine
    Dark is the sky
    I know this love of mine
    Will never die
    And I love her

    Bright are the stars that shine
    Dark is the sky
    I know this love of mine
    Will never die
    And I love her

    (written by Lennon and McCartney)

  3. When Will I Be Loved?

    When Will I Be Loved?

    I’ve been cheated
    Been mistreated
    When will I be loved

    I’ve been pushed down
    I’ve been turned down
    When will I be loved

    When I find a new girl
    That I want for mine
    She always breaks my heart into
    It happens every time
    Every time
    Every time

    I’ve been lied to
    I’ve been made blue
    When will I be loved

    When I find a new girl
    That I want for mine
    She always breaks my heart into
    It happens every time
    Every time
    Every time

    I’ve been cheated
    Been mistreated
    When will I be loved
    When will I be loved
    Just one more time
    When will I be loved
    Oh, let me hear it again
    When will I be loved

    (written by Phil Everly)

  4. Darcy Farrow

    Darcy Farrow

    Where the walker runs down to the Carson Valley Plain
    There lived a maiden, Darcy Farrow was her name
    The daughter of old Dundee and a fair one was she
    The sweetest flower that bloomed oer the range

    Her voice was as sweet as the sugar candy
    Her touch was as soft as a bed of goose down
    Her eyes shone bright like the pretty lights
    That shone in the night out of Yerrington town

    She was courted by Young Vandamere
    A fine lad was he as I am to hear
    He gave her silver rings and lacy things
    And she promised to wed before the snows came that year

    But her pony did stumble and she did fall
    Her dyin touched the hearts of us one and all
    Young Vandy in his pain put a bullet through his brain
    And we buried them together as the snows began to fall

    They sing of Darcy Farrow where the Truckee runs through
    They sing of her beauty in Virginia City too
    At dusky sundown to her name they drink a round
    And to young Vandy whose love was true

    (written by Steve Gillette)

  5. Minor Swing

    Minor Swing

    -That’s what I call spastication at its finest.

  6. In My Life

    In My Life

    There are places I remember
    All my life, though some have changed
    Some forever not for better
    Some have gone and some remain
    All these places have their moments
    With lovers and friends I still can recall
    Some are dead and some are living
    In my life I’ve loved them all

    But of all these friends and lovers
    There is no one compares with you
    And these memories lose their meaning
    When I think of love as something new
    Though I know I’ll never lose affection
    For people and things that went before
    I know I’ll often stop and think about them
    In my life I love you more

    Though I know I’ll never lose affection
    For people and things that went before
    I know I’ll often stop and think about them
    In my life I love you more
    In my life I love you more

    (written by Lennon and McCartney)

  7. Farewell Party

    Farewell Party

    Don’t want no tears shed for me when I’m gone
    Don’t want nobody to sing no melancholy song
    Don’t want your partin’ words to become my eulogy
    Just have a ragtime band to play when you say goodbye to me

    Keep that whiskey flowin’, boys, and raise your glasses high
    I’m pleased to see you’re here to say “Farewell” and not “Goodbye”
    Keep that whiskey flowin’, boys and raise your glasses high
    And damn the man that dares to let my farewell party die

    Don’t want no organ music bringin’ people down
    Don’t want no long-faced mourners always hangin’ ’round
    Don’t want no candles, ah, but let the flowers stay
    Girls can wear them in their hair when they see me on my way

    Keep that whiskey flowin’, boys, and raise your glasses high
    I’m pleased to see you’re here to say “Farewell” and not “Goodbye”
    Keep that whiskey flowin’, boys and raise your glasses high
    And damn the man that dares to let my farewell party die

    Roll the carpet back, my boys, and let the dancin’ start
    Sing all the good old songs and don’t forget my part
    Invite all the girls I’ve known and make sure they have fun
    Hug and kiss ’em all for me like you know I would have done

    Keep that whiskey flowin’, boys, and raise your glasses high
    I’m pleased to see you’re here to say “Farewell” and not “Goodbye”
    Keep that whiskey flowin’, boys and raise your glasses high
    And damn the man that dares to let my farewell party die

    Keep that whiskey flowin’, boys, and raise your glasses high
    I’m pleased to see you’re here to say “Farewell” and not “Goodbye”
    Keep that whiskey flowin’, boys and raise your glasses high
    And damn the man that dares to let my farewell party die

    (written by Bob Gibson and Bob Connelley)

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