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South nashville blues


by Steve Earle. Buy album CD: Just An American Boy


I went downtown, it was just to ease my pain
I ended up out walkin' in the rain

I took my pistol and a hundred dollar bill
I had everything I needed to get me killed

Southside girls, they suit me just fine
As long as I got money they don't whine

The devil lives on Lewis Street I swear
I seen him rockin' in his rockin' chair

I start way up top of Lewis Street
And I walk down to the end
I start way up top and I walk down to the end
I go way down in the bottoms
And I come back up again

Now Mama told me, Papa too
They both talked ‘til they turned blue
But I got them ol' South Nashville blues again
I won't be satisfied until they lock me up again



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Album: Just An American Boy (2003) Lyrics
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  1. Amerika v. 6.0
  2. Ashes to ashes
  3. Conspiracy theory
  4. I remember you
  5. Hometown blues
  6. The mountain
  7. Harlan man
  8. Copperhead road
  9. Guitar town
  10. Over yonder (jonathan's song)
  11. Billy austin
  12. South nashville blues
  13. Rex’s blues
  14. John walker's blues
  15. Jerusalem
  16. The unrepentant
  17. Christmas in washington
  18. What's so funny about peach, love, & understanding?
  19. Time you waste

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