Songs of the ERIC BURDON

The House Of The Rising Sun – Eric Burdon

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They call the Rising Sun And it’s been the ruin of many a poor boy And God I know I’m one My mother was a tailor She sewed my

I Used To Be An Animal – Eric Burdon

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Once upon a time There were five young guys Hanging in and out of Newcastle, Playing Rhythm and Blues They had nothing to lose They didn’t need that tin-pan

Red Cross Store – Eric Burdon

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Baby you know I don’t wanna go Justine I ain’t goin’ Down to no Red Cross store She come down Justine, tell me I wanna talk with you in

Roadhouse Blues – Eric Burdon

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Yeah, keep your eyes on the road, your hands upon the wheel Keep your eyes on the road, your hands upon the wheel Yeah, we’re goin’ to the Roadhouse

Sixteen Tons – Eric Burdon

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A poor man’s made outta’ muscle and blood Muscle and blood and skin and bones A mind that’s a-weak and a back that’s strong You load sixteen tons, what

When I Was Young – Eric Burdon

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My father was a soldier then And times were very hard When I was young, when I was young I smoked my first cigarette at ten And for girls

Power Company – Eric Burdon

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For the Power Company Turning night into day, yeah Yeah, for the Power Company You know that he can still recall when the company was God, Man was a

Bring It On Home To Me – Eric Burdon

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About leaving, leaving me behind Oh, bring it to me, bring your sweet loving Bring it on home to me, oh yeah You know I laughed, when you left

I Just Want To Make Love To You – Eric Burdon

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I don’t want you work all day I don’t want ’cause I’m sad and blue I just want to make love to you, baby Love to you, baby Love

P. o. Box 500 – Eric Burdon

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Than to try it a second time, in the state of Alabama. I’m gonna miss your Midnight shows, and miss your early mornin’ tokes, your big buddha face smilin’