Songs of the RICKIE LEE-JONES

Up From The Skies – Rickie Lee Jones

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I just want to talk to you I won’t do you no harm I just want to know about your different lives On this is here people farm I

Company – Rickie Lee Jones

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But I’ll survive another day Conversations to share When there’s no one there I’ll imagine what you’d say I’ll see you in another life now, baby I’ll free you

Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most – Rickie Lee Jones

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Like a horse that never left the post I lie in my room Staring up at the ceiling Spring can really hang you up the most Morning’s kiss wakes

We Belong Together – Rickie Lee Jones

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You were aiming your best friend That you wear like a switchblade on a chain around your neck I think you picked this up in Mexico from your dad

Woody And Dutch On The Slow Train To Peking – Rickie Lee Jones

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To find the Stax and Sun They were reaching to get to They was a rapping the flat scat Diamond dialectos of points and taps Between the chicken and

Pirates ( So Long Lonely Avenue ) – Rickie Lee Jones

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We got places to go A ’57 Lincoln you got a radio that hurts And the girls like to touch it Just to find out if it works But

Juke Box Fury – Rickie Lee Jones

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Polly got hit with a rolling pin We got even with the circus We bought tickets but we didn’t go in… You won’t like it here When I first

It Must Be Love – Rickie Lee Jones

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It must be love that we keep trying to hear Cuz I imagined this kind of vvonderful choice I imagine you hear the very same voice When I speak

Letters From The 9th Ward / Walk Away Renee – Rickie Lee Jones

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And when I see the sign that points one way The lot we used to pass by every day Just walk away Renee You won’t see me follow you

Rodeo Girl – Rickie Lee Jones

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The quiet, endless still Where the wild S. S. I Whispers from these hills It’s a petrified forest Trailer parks and fords And there ain’t no goin’ back Rodeo

Magazine – Rickie Lee Jones

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Calling from the corners Station to station For the magazine But her pages are turning Out the lights in the windows And all that you’re reading Is the braille

Tigers – Rickie Lee Jones

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Shaped like the curtain and the floor Like the stars they once were wild and cold Your turn to see me I can’t believe its really you Sharpening your

Hi-Lili-hi-lo – Rickie Lee Jones

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On every tree there is a bird singing a song of love… On every tree there is a bird and every one I’d ever heard Could brake my heart

Satellites – Rickie Lee Jones

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We are twinned in a fugitive mind Friends should stay together and Light the world with the fugitive kind So you keep talking in many languages Telling us the

Show Biz Kids – Rickie Lee Jones

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After closing time At the country Fair I detect the El Supremo In the room at the top of the stairs Well I’ve been around the world And I’ve

The Ballad Of The Sad Young Men – Rickie Lee Jones

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Glasses full of rye All the news is bad again so Kiss your dreams goodbye All the sad young men Sitting in the bars Knowing neon nights Missing all

Comin’ Back To Me – Rickie Lee Jones

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The summer had inhaled and held its breath too long The winter looked the same as if it never had gone And through an open window where no curtain

Living It Up – Rickie Lee Jones

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that turns him into a cartoon wahen a pretty girl comes by and there’s nothin’ here to do anymore he sits on the stoop all day like there’s something

Little Yellow Town – Rickie Lee Jones

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Green life teems up from the underground Glows in the dark, sifts the sands of garbage Reach hard in for the ragged star fish And only her lipstick bleeds,

Gravity – Rickie Lee Jones

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A cold that will wipe the hope from your eyes Young girl standing underneath the “;L”; train Standing there, watching the trains go by… You think that nobody knows

Just My Baby – Rickie Lee Jones

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There’s something in my neighborhood It’s getting stronger every day There’s a rumor that lights up all of me And it whispers from the rooftops up above I must

Trouble Man – Rickie Lee Jones

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I’ve come of heart, baby, but now I’m cool I didn’t make it surely, playin’ by the rules I’ve come of heart, but now I’m fine I’m checkin’ trouble,

The Last Chance Texaco – Rickie Lee Jones

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Bends into I-9 Tiptoe into truck stops And sleepy diesel eyes Volcanoes rumble in the taxi And glow in the dark Camels in the driver’s seat A slow, easy

Something Cool – Rickie Lee Jones

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Something cool I’d like to order something cool It’s so warm here in town And this heat gets me down And I’d like something cool My, it’s nice Just

Road Kill – Rickie Lee Jones

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What’s the matter with it? what’s it trying to say? What’s that on its back? where’s it trying to go? A mystical vision got dressed up one night Locked