Songs of the WALKABOUTS THE

Shelter for an Evening – Walkabouts, The

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Don’t you know it’s me at your back door I’m wounded and scared with no place to go Won’t you give me home for the night Shelter for an

Feel Like Going Home – Walkabouts, The

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I’ve tried and I fell and I’m tired and weary Everything I’ve done is wrong And I feel like going home Lord, I tried to see you through But

Free Money – Walkabouts, The

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I find a ticket and I win a lottery I scoup them pearls up from the sea I cash them in and buy you all the things you need

Rebecca Wild – Walkabouts, The

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the current pulls 100 years each way savin’ souls and singin’ songs They beg and smile, but murder just the same watch me slip into the trees breakin’ brush

Fairground Blues – Walkabouts, The

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the coat I wore that day yellow as a plastic moon with a weave as thick as chains walkin’ past the sideshow tents drunker than we knew could never

Loom of the Land – Walkabouts, The

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Along the loom of the land When I walked with sweet Henry Hand upon hand And the wind it bit bitter For a girl of no means With no

Blown Away – Walkabouts, The

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Just an empty gas station, left to me in a will Just a plate of bad habits and plenty of salt for the wounds Just a plate of bone

The Stopping-Off Place – Walkabouts, The

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and the fire burns deep in the hole my conscience a wound with no salve it betrays me wherever I go said the best way a man can go

Medicine Hat – Walkabouts, The

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Medicine hat she wore Mother’s protection Protection from the open sun What is gone was never here And what is here is second-hand Trust in only shadows ‘Cause they

The Leaving Kind – Walkabouts, The

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it seems so faraway all choked up by the heat and the dust it seems so faraway I’m gonna give you a call, from this air conditioned bar gonna