Who Sang Suite for 20 G? James Taylor

James Taylor Sweet Baby James cover art
publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
writers: James Taylor, James V Taylor
release date: 1970-2
genres: Rock Folk, World, & Country
styles: Folk Rock/Acoustic/Soft Rock
length: 4:42
producer: Peter Asher
engineer: Bill Lazerus
lead vocals: James Taylor
Slipping away what can I say
Won`t you stay inside me month of May
And hold on to me golden day, slipping away

Sunshine on my wall
To keep my mind on the things I`m saying
Footsteps in the hall
To tell me I`ve been this way before, nevermore

Let it rain sweet Mary Jane
Let it wash your love down all around me
Come inside and put it down
Let it rain

I`ve been trying hard to find a way to let you know
That we can make it shine most all the time
This time `round I`m searching down to where I used to go
And it`s been on my mind to make it shine

You can say I want to be free
I can say someday I will be

You can say I want to be free
I can say someday I will be

When I catch a common cold
want to hear a saxophone
When I let the good times roll, baby
Slide me a bass trombone

Walk me down old Funky Street
Lord knows I feel good enough to eat (now)
Hold my soul. Now, I`m sure enough fond of my rock `n roll

When I go to sleep at night
want to hear a slide guitar
When I`m feeling loose and right
Riding in my automobile
Boney Maroney and Peggy Sue
Got the rocking pneumonia, got the boogey-woogey flu
Baby, hold my soul. Said, I`m sure enough fond of my rock `n roll
Good God

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Sweet Baby James
  • 2 Lo and Behold
  • 3 Sunny Skies
  • 4 Steamroller
  • 5 Country Road
  • 6 Oh, Susannah
  • 7 Fire and Rain
  • 8 Blossom
  • 9 Anywhere Like Heaven
  • 10 Oh Baby, Don’t You Loose Your Lip on Me
  • 11 Suite for 20 G

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