Audubon Lyrics

C.W. McCall

credits


album: Track 2 in album Rubber Duck
release date: 1976
popularity : 24 users have visited this page.
genres: Folk, World, & Country
length: 3:42

Album Information

label: Polydor
country(area): United States
format: Vinyl
script: Latin

Cover Art

C.W. McCall Rubber Duck cover art

Lyrics

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Well, I was born in a town called Audubon
Southwest Iowa, right where it oughta been
Twenty-three houses, fourteen saloons,
And a feed mill in nineteen-thirty.
Had a neon sign, said "Squealer Feeds"
And the bus came through when they felt the need
And they stopped at a place there in town called The Old Home Cafe

Now my daddy was a music lovin' man
He stood six-foot-seven, had big ol' hands
He'd lost two fingers in a chainsaw but he could still play the violin
And Mom played piana, just the keys in the middle
And Dad played a storm on his three-fingered fiddle
'Cause that's all there was to do back there folks, except ta go downtown and watch haircuts

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Track Listing


Vinyl 1
  • 1 'Round the World With the Rubber Duck
  • 2 Audubon
  • 3 Super Slab Showdown
  • 4 Windshield Wipers in the Rain
  • 5 Sing Silent Night
  • 6 Ratchetjaw
  • 7 Nishnabotna
  • 8 Two-Way Lovin'
  • 9 Camp Bird Mine
  • 10 Niobrara