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The Road Demos CD


I'll still love you in the morning

 

So many days and nights without you- It’s my job it’s what I do- Out on the road I’m makin’ my pay- Travelin’ these highways from day to day- Another town, in another place- Another hotel, another empty space- And late at night when I’m feelin’ blue- I’ll fall asleep and I’ll know it’s true- I’ll still love you in the morning- I’ll still love you in the morning- To many days and lonely nights- Out on the road I’m thinking of you- No matter where I go or what I do- My road to home always leads to you- And late at night when I call you on the phone- When I’m sittin’ in a hotel all alone- I hope to be home in the next day- And before you go to sleep there’s something I want to say- I’ll still love you in the morning- I’ll still love you in the morning- I spend so much time out on the road- But I’ll drive all night just to let you know- I’ll still love you in the morning- I’ll still love you in the morning- I’ll still love you in the morning- I’ll still love you in the morning- (C) Copyright 2006


West Texas Wind (Dedicated to Waylon Jennings)

 

He was a poor boy from Texas, raised on West Texas land- Growin’ up in the fields, pickin’ cotton with his dad- And dreaming of singing old country songs- And who would have believed, that’s where legends come from- He loved his heroes, old Hank don’t you know- And Bob Wills, and his “Rose of San Antone”- But it was a Texas “Buddy” that gave him his start- And he believed in him until the day they had to part- Now the West Texas winds are calling his name- All the way from Lubbock to the Littlefield plains- Yeah the West Texas winds are calling his name- All the way from Lubbock to the Littlefield plains- He went on to Nashville to sing country songs- He had a few hits but something was wrong- They had somethin’ called the “Nashville sound”- But he had other plans so he laid them down- He wrote his own songs and did them his own way- And created a new sound that still stands today- He knew what he wanted and what he wanted to be- He became a wanted outlaw for the whole world to see- And the West Texas winds are calling his name- All the way from Lubbock to the Littlefield plains- Yeah the West Texas winds are calling his name- All the way from Lubbock to the Littlefield plains- Now his name’s in the hall in Nashville Tennessee- Where all the people can go to feel his memory- An outlaw singer who did things his own way- And the people still love Waylon, like it was yesterday- And the West Texas winds are calling his name- All the way from Lubbock to the Littlefield plains- Yeah the West Texas winds are calling Waylon’s name- All the way from Lubbock to the Littlefield plains- (C) Copyright 2006


Time Changed Everything

 

There’s a good man that I know, and he just stays at home- He’s had a hard life, broken dreams and been busted down to the seams- He lost his wife and their wedding rings the cancer devil took everything- Now he sits alone in his rockin’ chair, sometimes life can be so unfair- He said he could’ve been a guitar man- Singin’ his songs out on the road- But he loved his wife she was his true friend- And that’s how time changed everything- That’s how time changed everything- He worked his hands down to the bone, tryin’ save their happy home- He paid all them Doctors well, but in the end only time would tell- Every night he’d sing her to sleep, sittin’ on the bed at her feet- She loved to listen to him sing, and she wanted him to have his dream- He said he could’ve been a guitar man- Singin’ his songs out on the road- But he loved his wife she was his true friend- And that’s how time changed everything- That’s how time changed everything- She hung on for many years, through the happiness and all the tears- But the day they knew would come, found her dead at forty-one- He said they started out with big plans, of being a Mom and being a Dad- But the devil dealt them an early blow, and they never saw their dreams grow- He said he could’ve been a guitar man- Singin’ his songs out on the road- But he loved his wife she was his true friend- And that’s how time changed everything- That’s how time changed everything- (C) Copyright 2006