Quantum Entanglement
 
 
Quantum Time
Meet me quantum time
Meet me quantum time
Meet me quantum time
Meet me quantum time

Mi machacho, you hardly know me
I just crossed the quantum line
Get up early tomorrow morning
You can meet me in my prime
Meet me quantum time

One dimension you're a barroom mother
Another one you're the queen of rhymes
I could be your baby's daddy
If you'd meet me in my prime
Meet me quantum time

Love will cause you to spend your fortune
Bust you flat and steal your time
I don't think that you will leave me
I don't think that you will fly
If you meet me in my prime
Meet me quantum time

Meet me quantum time
Meet me quantum time
Meet me quantum time
Meet me...

Sweet machacho, you hardly know me
I just crossed the quantum line
Get up early tomorrow morning
You can meet me in my prime

Meet me quantum time
Meet me quantum time
Meet me quantum time
Meet me quantum time...
 

 
Really Got A Knack For The Rhythm and Blues
I was down in New Orleans in a Bourbon Street Bar
Just a Mississippi boy with my momma guitar
I said to the owner, "won't you give me a chance
I can play that guitar I can make people dance"

Little waitress boppin' by with her gumbo and spoon
Said "you outta take a listen to that boy's tunes
Heard him jammin' down by the Audubon Zoo
And he's really got a knack for the rhythm and blues
The boy's got the knack for the rhythm and blues"

Rhythm and blues, rhythm and blues
The boy's got a knack for the rhythm and blues
Rhythm and blues, rhythm and blues
He's really got a knack for the rhythm and blues
The boy's got the knack for the rhythm and blues

I grabbed that guitar with a lightnin' flash
And I hit that stage with a thunder crash
People shooting pool had to put down their cues
They said "the boy's got a knack for the rhythm and blues
He's really got a knack for the rhythm and blues"

Hurricane Camile was hittin' the coast
While down in New Orleans they were drinking a toast
"If the wave breaks the levee it will drown me and you
But that boy's got a knack for the rhythm and blues
He's really got a knack for the rhythm and blues "


Rhythm and blues, rhythm and blues
The boy's got the knack for the rhythm and blues
Rhythm and blues, rhythm and blues
He's really got a knack for the rhythm and blues
The boy's got the knack for the rhythm and blues
Really got a knack for the rhythm and blues.
 

 

 
Walk Out In The Wind
When you came into my life
I was stranded on a ledge
But you talked me back inside
And you took me to your bed

When I lie inside your arms
And you look into my eyes
Something leaves me a little cold
And I can't yet answer why

Something always wakes you up
Like a voice calls your name
And there's an echo in my heart
That nothing here remains

If the things I should have done
Are not the things I did
Then won't you tell me now
And I'll walk out in the wind

Sometimes I need a rest
Or just to talk to friends
But I've got to have these dreams
For this life to make sense

I hear music playing loud
From that joint just down the street
I've got ashes in my eyes
From the fire beneath my feet

If the things I should have done
Are not the things I did
Then won't you tell me now
And I'll walk out in the wind

Christ stood up in a boat
When only he believed
If you do not fear the storm
You can walk out on the sea

If the things I should have done
Are not the things I did
Then won't you tell me now
And I'll walk out in the wind

Shooba doo shooba doo
Shooba dooba dooba doo...
 
 

 
Water
Woke up this morning
Water everywhere
When I went to sleep last night
The world was still there
Now everything I ever had is gone

Mary's on the roof top
Brother John is dead
He held that little girl's hand
Til the water covered his head
Everything he ever had is gone

When time deceives me
And all's been won or lost
I'll still remember
A place called Holy Cross

Woke up this morning
Water everywhere
We had the world on a string
Now we're hangin' by a hair
Everything I ever had is gone
Everything we ever had is gone
 
 

 
Easter In The Jungle
It's Easter in the jungle
Nineteen hundred sixty-eight
There are angels flying somewhere
Man I hope that they ain't late

It's been raining since Good Friday
On this hilltop made of mud
We call The Devil's Mountain
A name we've written here in blood

Somewhere choirs are singing
Bells ring in a square
But here on Devil's Mountain
All you hear are warrior's prayers

It's Easter in the jungle
Charlie's rising over there
We got angels on our shoulders now
Smell of napalm in the air
Yeah, we got angels on our shoulders now
Sweet smell of napalm in the air
 
 

 
Dusty Road
Dusty road you have taken me way down
Dusty road you have taken me way down

Shake out my jacket
Knock out my shoes
Dust off my soul
Get rid of these blues

Dusty road you have taken me way down

Luci gave me a little red guitar
Luci gave me a little red guitar

I played on the porch
I sang in the choir
I did everything the devil desired

Dusty road you have taken me way down

Jack Bone grins, his teeth are in the sunshine
Oh Jack Bone grins, his teeth are in the sunshine

I see the mansion
Up on top of the hill
Please tell sweet Luci
I'm breakin' the deal

Dusty road you have taken me way down

The water's risin', it's up around my necktie
The water's risin', it's lappin' at my necktie

It's sink or swim
I've got to get to a shore
Got a skeleton key
That would open the door

Dusty road you have taken me way down
Dusty road you have taken me way down...
 
 

 
Big Jed's Bar Room
Hey ho, hey hey
Hey, ho ho, hey
Hey ho, hey ho ho
Ho ho, ho ho hey

I was down in big Jed's Bar Room
Drinking up a lot of beer
Wondering how I could forget you
And wishing you were near

I leaned down over my table
I see you sitting there
You and that football player
He had his fingers in your hair

I lit up a long cigarette
And I smoked it to the butt
I drank up the rest of my good Dixie
Then I stomped on my paper cup

I goes over to your table
You didn't even give me a glance
Then you and that flatfooted athlete
You got up and started to dance

Well the band was getting louder
As I knocked him to the floor
He came back up like a ballplayer would
And threw me through the door

I climbed back in through the window
He come at me with a knife
And as I passed out he tripped over me
Accidentally taking his life

Hey ho, hey hey
Hey, ho ho, hey
Hey ho, hey ho ho
Ho ho, ho ho hey

Well Jed, he called the policemen
And I can hear those sirens whine
Soon I've got to be leaving
Goodbye old gal of mine
 
 

 
Baby
Baby, when you stand so close beside me
And I feel your arms around me,
Baby, it's so new.

Maybe you will dream tonight about me
When you're not right here beside me
Baby, I'm so blue

Baby, they say you're just a baby
But baby, I think you're old enough
To fall in love

Maybe you will dream tonight about me
When you're not right here beside me
Baby, I'm so blue
 
 

 
Goodnight My Friend
Goodnight my friend
Goodbye my friend
Though I'm afraid I'd wake you
I'd like to shake your hand

Goodnight my friend
Goodbye my friend
The glass too dark to see you
Your soul is shining in

The barrel's been rolled
The crops have been sold
The profits to spend
The season's at end
With tomorrow a new one begins

Goodnight my friend
Goodbye my friend
Though I will have to leave you
I'll leave you what I can
 
 
 

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