Stoney Lyrics

Jerry Jeff Walker

credits


album: Track 2 in album Bein' Free
release date: 1970
popularity : 15 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock Folk, World, & Country
styles: Country Rock/Folk Rock/Psychedelic Rock

Album Information

country(area): United States
script: Latin

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Jerry Jeff Walker Bein' Free cover art

Lyrics

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Suitcase to suitcase. . . we started him talking,
Finding out about the things we've shared in the miles we've been.

He had a gray pillowcase full of books by Durrell,
And he had this old concertina, all beat up and she played like hell,
Until you got him started singing those Gospel songs,
Well, he drank all night for nothing, he told his stories till dawn.

And he said, "Come on, get your bag, boy! Sun's up now and it's time to roll!
Hell, you know there ain't no better time than early in the morning
To be out walking down that road!
Just feeling another day beginning while some fools just rushing on by,
We'll be like some Mr. Independence: we're taking our own sweet time!"

We walked on out that highway under a clear blue sky,

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Track Listing

  • 1 I'm Gonna Tell on You
  • 2 Stoney
  • 3 Where Is the D.A.R. When You Really Need Them
  • 4 A Secret
  • 5 Nobody's
  • 6 Some Go Home
  • 7 But for the Time
  • 8 Vince Triple-O Martin
  • 9 Harmonica Talk
  • 10 Please Let Me Be
  • 11 More Often Than Not