Daily Bread



Townes Van Zandt


Now this man down at the used car lot
Tried to sell me four wheels and a trunk.
I said, "man, there is no engine!",
He said, "the engine's just a bunch of junk.
You don't need no engine to go downhill
And I could plainly see, that that's the direction
You're headed in", and he handed me the keyes.


(I said) no deal; you can't sell this stuff to me
No deal, I'm going back to tennesee


Well, I went to a doctor of the highest order,
He said I couldn't have a drink for a year.
One glass of wine on my birthday
If my birthday wasn't too very near.
Lord, he must have put me in a state of shock
'cause I made it for about two weeks;
Then he sent me a bill
That knocked me flat off the wagon
And back down on my feet.


When true love knocked upon my door
She'd just barely turned fifteen
And I was a little bit nervous
If you know just what I mean.
But I've heard somewhere
That true love conquers all
And I figured that was that
Then I started having dreams 'bout
Being chased out of town
Wearing nothing but my cowboy hat.


Well, I come through this life a stumbler, my friends
I expect to die that way
It could be twenty years from now
It could be most any day.
But if there is no whiskey and women, lord,
Behind them heavenly doors
I'm gonna take my chances down below,
And of that you can be sure.

That 70's Shit


Tom Waits

Cold Water


Well, I woke up this morning with the cold water
With the cold water, with the cold water
Woke up this morning with the cold water
With the cold water, with the cold

Well, the police at the station and they don't look friendly
Well, they don't look friendly, well they don't look friendly
Police at the station and they don't look friendly
Well, they don't look friendly, well they don't

Blind or crippled, sharp or dull
I'm reading the Bible by a forty-watt bulb
What price freedom, dirt is my rug
Well, I sleep like a baby with the snakes and the bugs
Well, I

Stores are open but I ain't got no money
Well, I ain't got no money, well I ain't got no money
Stores are open but I ain't got no money
Well, I ain't got no money, well, I ain't

Found an old dog and he seems to like me
Seems to like me, well, he seems to like me
Found an old dog and he seems to like me
Well, he seems to like me, well, he seems

Seen them fellows with the cardboard signs
Scrapin' up a little money to buy a bottle of wine
Pregnant women and the Vietnam vets
I say beggin' on the freeway 'bout as hard as it gets

Well, I slept in the graveyard, it was cool and still
Cool and still, it was cool and still
Slept in the graveyard, it was cool and still
Cool and still and it was cool

Slept all night in a Cedar grove
I was born to ramble, born to rove
Some men are searchin' for the Holy Grail
But there ain't nothin' sweeter than ridin' the rails

I look forty-seven but I'm twenty-four
Well, they shooed me away from here the time before
Turned their backs and they locked their doors
I'm watchin' TV in the window of a furniture store

And I woke up this morning with the cold water
With the cold water, with the cold water
I woke up this morning with the cold water
With the cold water, with the cold

Well I woke up this morning with the cold water
Cold water, with the cold water
Woke up this morning with the cold water
Cold water, with the cold

Victorio's Shovel...CCC Paint

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