Who Sang Lies? J.J. Cale

J.J. Cale Really cover art
writers: J. J. Cale
release date: 1972-12
genres: Rock Blues
styles: Blues Rock/Folk Rock/Louisiana Blues
length: 2:56
producer: Audie Ashworth
membranophone: Roger Hawkins
vocal: Joann Sweeney
trumpet: Bob Phillips and Donald C. Sheffield
engineer: Jerry Masters
bass: David Hood
guitar: Jimmy Johnson and J.J. Cale
trombone: Bill Humble
baritone saxophone: Norm Ray
electric piano: Barry Beckett
horn arranger: Bob Holmes
instrument: J.J. Cale
You told me this,
You told me that
You try to tell me,
Tell me where it's at
You said you loved me,
I can see through that
Lies, lies, lies
You left me hangin',
Hangin' from a limb
You said you loved me,
Then you left with him
Lord, you did it to me,
I see it in your eyes
Lies, lies, lies
Tell me baby,
Why you take my time
You get a thrill off
Playing with my mind
Lord, you did it to me,
I see it in your eyes
Lies, lies, lies

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Lies
  • 2 Everything Will Be Alright
  • 3 I’ll Kiss the World Goodbye
  • 4 Changes
  • 5 Right Down Here
  • 6 If You’re Ever in Oklahoma
  • 7 Ridin’ Home
  • 8 Going Down
  • 9 Soulin’
  • 10 Playing in the Street
  • 11 Mo Jo
  • 12 Louisiana Women

  • Album Information
    label: Shelter Records
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin