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One of Us - Patti Page Peak: #31 Lyrics by: ??? Year: 1960 Week peaked: Two men have quarreled, so two men will fight Oh, stop them before its too late Lord, stop them from doing this terrible thing For the sake of two women who wait. Or one of us will weep tonight, One of wont sleep tonight, One of us will walk forth tomorrow, Out of a happy life, Into a lonely life, Wearing the black dress of sorrow Out is the street now they reach for their guns, Please stop them before its too late But a bullet rings out and the pain can be felt In ...
Ode To Billie Joe ( Bobbie Gentry ) It was the third of June, another sleepy, dusty Delta day I was out choppin' cotton and my brother was balin' hay And at dinner time we stopped and walked back to the house to eat And Mama hollered out the back door "y'all remember to wipe your feet" And then she said "I got some news this mornin' from Choctaw Ridge" "Today Billy Joe MacAllister jumped off the Tallahatchie Bridge" And Papa said to Mama as he passed around the blackeyed peas "Well, Billy Joe never had a lick of sense, pass the biscuits, please" "There's five more acres in the lower forty I've got to plow" And Mama said it was shame about Billy Joe, anyhow Seems like nothin' ever comes to no good up on Choctaw Ridge And now Billy Joe MacAllister's jumped off the Tallahatchie Bridge And Brother said he recollected when he and Tom and Billie Joe Put a frog down my back at the Carroll County picture show And wasn't I talkin' to him after church last Sunday night? "I'll have another piece of apple pie, you know it don't seem right" "I saw him at the sawmill yesterday on Choctaw Ridge" "And now you tell me Billie Joe's jumped off the Tallahatchie Bridge" And Mama said to me "Child, what's happened to your appetite?" "I've been cookin' all morning and you haven't touched a single bite" "That nice young preacher, Brother Taylor, dropped by today" "Said he'd be pleased to have dinner on Sunday, oh, by the way" "He said he saw a girl that looked a lot like you up on Choctaw Ridge" "And she and Billy Joe was throwing somethin' off the Tallahatchie Bridge" A year has come 'n' gone since we heard the news 'bout Billy Joe And Brother married Becky Thompson, they bought a store in Tupelo There was a virus going 'round, Papa caught it and he died last Spring And now Mama doesn't seem to wanna do much of anything And me, I spend a lot of time pickin' flowers up on Choctaw Ridge And drop them into the muddy water off the Tallahatchie Bridge
Ohio - Neil Young Tin soldiers and Nixon coming, We're finally on our own. This summer I hear the drumming, Four dead in Ohio. Gotta get down to it Soldiers are cutting us down Should have been done long ago. What if you knew her And found her dead on the ground How can you run when you know? Gotta get down to it Soldiers are cutting us down Should have been done long ago. What if you knew her And found her dead on the ground How can you run when you know? Tin soldiers and Nixon coming, We're finally on our own. This summer I hear the drumming, Four dead in Ohio.
One More Suicide by Marcy Playground from the album Marcy Playground Christopher O' Malley went out on a bridge Down in Chehalis And clutching his bible and a letter from her Fell into the river Pity no one was there No angels in the air And the morning paper ran One more suicide His mama stayed by the river side Down in Chehalis And clutching her bible and a letter from him Fell into crying Pity no one was there No angels in the air And the morning paper ran One more suicide Pity no one was there No angels in the air And the morning paper ran One more suicide One more suicide One more suicide
Old Shep - Elvis Presley When I was a lad And old Shep was a pup Over hills and meadows we'd stray Just a boy and his dog We were both full of fun We grew up together that way I remember the time at the old swimmin' hold When I would have drowned beyond doubt But old Shep was right there To the rescue he came He jumped in and then pulled me out As the years fast did roll Old Shep he grew old His eyes were fast growing dim And one day the doctor looked at me and said I can do no more for him Jim With hands that were trembling I picked up my gun And aimed it at Shep's faithful head I just couldn't do it I wanted to run I wish they would shoot me instead He came to my side And looked up at me And laid his old head on my knee I had struck the best friend that a man ever had I cried so I scarcely could see Old Shep he has gone Where the good doggies go And no more with old Shep will I roam But if dogs have a heaven There's one thing I know Old Shep has a wonderful home
Think - Once You Understand (Things get a little easier, once you understand) [repeated in background over and over and over until the end of the song] [spoken dialog] [Dad] I'll be expecting you to get a haircut by Friday [Boy] Forget it dad, that won't change anything [Dad] Forget, nothing, you'll do as I say as long as you are living in my house. [Mom] He knows I'm not feeling well And yet he doesn't take out one second out to help his mother His only concern is for himself [Boy] Come on ma, what do you want from me [Dad] Don't argue with your mother, just shut up and listen [Girl] But mom, all my friends will be there [Mom] I said no, you can't go [Girl] But why [Mom] I don't want you in that neighborhood [Girl] Why, what's wrong with that neighborhood [Mom] I don't like the kind of people living there [Girl] What's wrong with them [Mom] Never mind, some day you will thank me [Mom] Are you sure nobody kept you company tonight while you were baby sitting [Girl] What's that supposed to mean [Mom] Just curious [Girl] Admit it mom, you don't trust me [Mom] Where are you going now [Son] To my friend's house [Mom] Don't you have things to do in the house Don't you have homework Why don't you sit down and read a book [Son] Oh ma [Mom] Don't oh ma me You're wasting your life away with foolish things [Son] What are you talking about How about your bridge club and your ladies groups and your parties and your daytime programs How about all that [Mom] That's different [Girl] Ma, I'll be home at 11 [Mom] You better be home at 10 or don't bother to come home at all [Dad] When I was your age, I was working 12 hours a day 6 days a week helping to pay for the food and the rent [Son] I don't understand, what's that got to do with me [Dad] If you can't figure that out for yourself, you're stupid [Boy] Hey dad, did you see my new guitar, I joined a group [Dad] Son, there's a little more to life than joining a group and playing a guitar [Boy] Yeah dad, what is there to life (life, life) [Music and background singing stop] [Police officer] Mr Cook, [Dad] Yes [Police officer] Do you have a son named Robin, Robin Cook age 17 [Dad] Yes [Police officer] I'm sorry Mr Cook, you better come down to the station house Your son is dead [Dad] Dead? How [Police officer] He died of a overdose [Dad] Oh my god [crying] [music starts again and the 'things get a little easier singing too]
One Last Time - Dusty Drake When she picked up the telephone His voice came on the line She said this can't be happening And tears fell from her eyes She said 'What am I supposed to do I can't handle losing you?' He said 'I just had to call and say goodbye One last time' He said 'There are some things in this life That are out of our control Like who we fall in love with And when it's time to go' She said 'What about the plans we had' He said 'This connection's gettin' bad Now, c'mon baby let me hear you smilev One last time' She started to apologize for All the things that she'd done wrong She said 'I would've loved you better If only I'd known' He said 'You were the perfect wife Promise me you'll go on with your life' She says 'The boys won't understand' He says 'Tell them Daddy loves them and Be strong' He said 'Hon, I've gotta go' She said 'Don't you dare hang up There's so many things I need to say "I love you so much" It was almost like she felt him leave She cried out 'Can you still hear me' She fell down on the kitchen floor When the signal died As the pilot tried to pull out of the dive One Last ....
100% by Sonic Youth I can never forget you The way you rock the girls They rule the world and love you A blast in the underworld I stick a knife in my head Thinkin' about your eyes But now that you've been shot dead I got a new surprise I've been awaitin' for you just to say The zoftig chick is mine All I know is you got no money But that's got nothing to do with a good time Can you forgive the boy who shot you in the head Or should you get a gun and go and get revenge A hundred percent of my love up to you, true star It's hard to believe you took off I always thought you'd go far I've been around the world a million times And all you men are slime Gun to my head, goodbye I am dead Wastewood rockers it's time for crime, hey!
Meat Loaf - Objects in The Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer Than They Are The skies were pure and the fields were green And the sun was brighter than it's ever been When I grew up with my best friend kenny We were close as any brothers than you ever knew It was always summer and the future called We were ready for adventures and we wanted them all And there was so much left to dream and so much time to make it real But I can still recall the sting of all the tears when he was gone They said he crashed and burned I know I'll never learn why any boy should die so young We were racing, we were soldiers of fortune We got in trouble but we sure got around There are times I think I see him peeling out of the dark I think he's right behind me now and he's gaining ground But it was long ago and it was far away, oh God it seems so very far And if life is just a highway, then the soul is just a car And objects in the rear view mirror may appear closer than they are And objects in the rear view mirror may appear closer than they are And when the sun descended and the night arose I heard my father cursing everyone he knows He was dangerous and drunk and defeated And corroded by failure and envy and hate There were endless winters and the dreams would freeze Nowhere to hide and no leaves on the trees And my father's eyes were blank as he hit me again and again and again I know I still believe he'd never let me leave, I had to run away alone So many threats and fears, so many wasted years before my life became My own And though the nightmares should be over Some of the terrors are still intact I'll hear that ugly coarse and violent voice And then he grabs me from behind and then he pulls me back There was a beauty living on the edge of town And she always put the top up and the hammer down And she taught me everything I'll ever know About the mystery and the muscle of love The stars would glimmer and the moon would glow I'm in the back seat with my julie like a romeo And the signs along the highway all said, caution! kids at play! Those were the rights of spring and we did everything There was salvation every night We got our dreams reborn and our upholstery torn But everything we tried was right She used her body just like a bandage She used my body just like a wound I'll probably never know where she disappeared But I can see her rising up out of the back seat now Just like an angel rising up from a tomb And objects in the rear view mirror may appear closer than they are And objects in the rear view mirror may appear closer than they are She used her body just like a bandage She used my body just like a wound I'll probably never know where she disappeared But I can see her rising up out of the back seat now
Motley Crue - On With The Show Frankie died just the other night Some say it was suicide But we know How the story goes With his six string knife And his street wise pride The boy was a man before his time And she knew All their dreams would come true But ya see, frankie was fast Too fast to know He wouldn't go slow Until his lethal dose And she knows He'll finally come too close (chorus) Well, on with the show Going on with the show Come on baby No, no, no Oh my, my, my......(repeat) He was bad He was never good But one thing that he understood And she knew All those lies would come true The time has come and He's paid his dues Suzy finally got the news She always knew This day would come soon (chorus)(chorus) He was stopped on a dime With a switchblade knife Some damn punk went and Took frankie's life And she knew She'd have to pull through Broken down, with his broken dreams With a wink of an eye Said suzy, listen to me You must go On with the show Go on with the show Going on with the show Come on baby No no no Oh my my my my......(repeat) Oh baby
Def Leppard - Only The Good Die Young I saw you on a screen An icon, a legend, a king I heard it in a song That's still goin' strong A shooting star across the sky You kiss the earth and say goodbye Only the good die young Only the good die young Crashing into the sun Only the good die young You'll always be here I saw you in a dream Fallin' apart at the seams I heard it in your voice That you had no choice This genius is a heavy load (not sure) That leads you down the lonely road Where love never dies Only the good die young Only the good die young Crashing into the sun Only the good die young Livin inside out, oh turn this chariot Like a dimond in the sky You take me so far away A shooting star across the sky You kiss the earth and say goodbye Only the good die young Only the good die young Crashing into the sun Only the good die young Only the good die young Only the good die young
Only The Good Die Young - Billy Joel Come out Virginia, don't let me wait You Catholic girls start much too late aw But sooner or later it comes down to fate I might as well be the one well, They showed you a statue, told you to pray They built you a temple and locked you away Aw, but they never told you the price that you pay For things that you might have done..... Only the good die young thats what i said only the good die young x2 You might have heard I run with a dangerous crowd We ain't too pretty we ain't too proud We might be laughing a bit too loud aw But that never hurt no one So come on Virginia show me a sign Send up a signal I'll throw you the line The stained-glass curtain you're hiding behind Never lets in the sun Darlin' only the good die young woah i tell ya only the good die young x2 You got a nice white dress and a party on your confirmation You got a brand new soul mmmm, And a cross of gold But Virginia they didn't give you quite enough information You didn't count on me When you were counting on your rosary (oh woah woah) They say there's a heaven for those who will wait Some say it's better but I say it ain't I'd rather laugh with the sinners than cry with the saints the Sinners are much more fun... you know that only the good die young oh woah baby i tell ya only the good die young, X2 You say your mother told you all that I could give you was a reputation Aww She never cared for me But did she ever say a prayer for me? oh woah woah Come out come out come out virgina dont let me wait, You catholic girls start much too late Sooner or later it comes down to fate I might as well be the one, You know that only the good die young I'm telling you baby You know that only the good die young Only the good die young Only the gooooooooooooooood Only the good die young Only the gooooooooooooooood Only the good die young Ooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooo oooooooooo... (Only the good die young)x2
"Out the Window" - Violent Femmes Life was fun Life was great Til I made my big mistake Oh no itll never happen to me Life was short And life was sweet I was thinking as I hit the street I could hardly beleve I could scarcely conceive But I had gone out the window I had gone out the window I had gone out the window She was fine She looked great And so we made our big mistake I swear I swear I swear Itd never happen to her But the pavement knocked her head around When she hit the solid concrete ground From 30 flights above And she was thirty something loving nothing Gone out the window She had gone out the window She had gone out the window Catch me if Im falling, Catch me if Im calling He was smart he was wise Hed profoundly philosophize Empathy for all humanity til one day by an open window Theres a note that read Ive gone out the window - Im dead He said yes to life for all of his life But then one day he said no I gotta go out the window We all go out the window Catch me I am falling Catch me I am calling Catch me we are falling Catch me we are calling
The Old ballad of Little Musgrave and the Lady Barnard (or Mattie Groves (or Matty Groves)) Asit fell one holy-day, hay downe, As manybe in the yeare, When young men and maids together did goe, Their mattins and masse to heare, Little Musgrave came to the church dore, The preist was at private masse; But he had more minde of the faire women Then he had of our ladys grace. The one of them was clad in green, Another was clad in pall; And then came in my lord Bernards wife, The fairest amonst them all. She cast an eye on Little Musgrave, As bright as the summer sun, And then bethought this Little Musgrave, "This lady's heart have I woonn." Quoth she, "I have loved thee, Little Musgrave, Full long and many a day:" "So have I loved you, fair lady, Yet never word durst I say." "I have a bower at Buckelsfordbery, Full daintyly it is deight; If thou wilt wend thither, thou Little Musgrave, Thou's lig in mine armes all night." Quoth he, "I thank yee, faire lady, But whether it be to my weal or woe, This night I will lig with thee." All that heard, a little tinny page, By his ladyes coach as he ran: [Quoth he,] "Allthough I am my ladyes foot-page, Yet I am Lord Barnards man. "My lord Barnard shall knowe of this, Whether I sink or swimm:" And ever where the bridges were broake He laid him downe to swimme. "Asleepe, awake! thou Lord Barnard, As thou art a man of life; For Little Musgrave is at Bucklesfordbery, Abed with thy own wedded wife." "If this be true, thou little tinny page, This thing thou tellest to mee, Then all the land in Bucklesfordbery I freely will give to thee. "But if it be a ly, thou little tinny page, This thing thou tellest to me, On the hyest tree in Bucklesfordbery There hanged shalt thou be." He called up his merry men all:- "Come saddle me my steed; This night must I to Buckellsfordbery, For I never had greater need." And some of them whistl'd, and some of them sung, And some these words did say, Ever when my lord Barnards horn blew, "Away, Musgrave, away!" "Methinks I hear the thresel-cock, Methinks I hear the jaye; Methinks I hear my lord Barnard,- And I would I were away." "Lye still, lye still, thou Little Musgrave, And huggell me from the cold; Tis nothing but a shephards boy, A driving his sheep to the fold. "Is not thy hawke upon a perch? Thy steed eats oats and hay, And thou [a] fair lady in thine armes,- And wouldst thou bee away?" With that my lord Barnard came to the dore, And lit a stone upon; He plucked out three silver keys, And he open'd the dores each one. He lifted up the coverlett, He lifted up the sheet; "How now, how now, thou little Musgrave, Doest thou find my lady sweet?" "I find her sweet," quoth Little Musgrave, "The more 'tis to my paine; I would gladly give three hundred pounds That I were on yonder plaine." "Arise, arise, thou Littell Musgrave, And put thy clothes on; It shall ne'er be said in my country I have killed a naked man. "I have two swords in one scabberd, Full deere they cost my purse; And thou shalt have the better of them, And I will have the worse." The first stroke that Little Musgrave stroke, He hurt Lord Barnard sore; The next stroke that Lord Barnard stroke, Little Musgrave ne're struck more. With that bespake this faire lady, In bed whereas she lay; "Although thou'rt dead, thou Little Musgrave, Yet I for thee will pray. "And wish well to thy soule will I, So long as I have life; So will I not for thee, Barnard, Although I am thy wedded wife." He cut her paps from off her brest; (Great pity it was to see,) That some drops of this ladies heart's blood Ran trickling downe her knee. "Woe worth you, woe worth [you], my mery men all You were ne're borne for my good; Why did you not offer to stay my hand, When ye see me wax so wood! "For I have slaine the bravest sir knight That ever rode on steed; So have I done the fairest lady That ever did womans deed. "A grave, a grave," Lord Barnard cryd, To put these lovers in; But lay my lady on [the] upper hand, For she came of the better kin."
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