Telephone Road Lyrics

Rodney Crowell

credits


publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
album: Track 1 in album The Houston Kid
release date: 2001-2-13
popularity : 15 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock Folk, World, & Country
styles: Country Rock
length: 3:53

Album Information

label: Sugar Hill Records
country(area): United States
format: CD
barcode: 015891106526
script: Latin

Cover Art

Rodney Crowell The Houston Kid cover art

Lyrics

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Rain came down in endless sheets of thunder
Lightning bolts split pine trees down to the roots
In the shadow of the Astrodome
With a hurricane coming on strong
We used to hit the streets and go swimming in our birthday suits

Skiing in a bar ditch behind a moped
13 stitches on the corner of a sardine can
We were dirt poor Houston kids
Our whole family living on the skids
But we always had a nickel for the coming of the ice cream man

Mosquito truck blowing up DDT
Barefoot heathens running wild and free
Air raid buzzer at a noon-day scream

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Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 Telephone Road
  • 2 The Rock of My Soul
  • 3 Why Don't We Talk About It
  • 4 I Wish It Would Rain
  • 5 Wandering Boy
  • 6 I Walk the Line (Revisited)
  • 7 Highway 17
  • 8 U Don't Know How Much I Hate U
  • 9 Banks of the Old Bandera
  • 10 Topsy Turvy
  • 11 I Know Love Is All I Need