Who Sang A Little More Like Me (The Crucifixion)? Kenny Rogers

Kenny Rogers The Gambler cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1978
Genre: Rock Folk, World, & Country
Style: Country Rock
length: 2:55
producer: Larry Butler
engineer: Billy Sherrill
composer: Sonny Throckmorton
lyricist: Sonny Throckmorton
It was an April night and I was right
Then out on the town
The show was at the Palace
So we all went on down.

We all had a ball as I recall
But now it seems absurd
As the madness raged upon the stage
He didn't say a word.

He was a little weird and we all feared
He wasn't one of us
He didn't drink, he didn't smoke
And he didn't even cuss.

You'll see him now and then
With a bunch of men hanging 'round the sea
And I'm sure I would have liked him more
If he were a little more like me.

It was a Spring each day
The clouds were gray
Look like it might rain
We thought about the night before
I was so ashamed.

When I heard what they had done to him
Stranger I have known
But as drunk as we all got last night
It's a wonder we got home.

He was a little weird and we all feared...

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 The Gambler
  • 2 I Wish That I Could Hurt That Way Again
  • 3 (The) King of Oak Street
  • 4 Making Music for Money
  • 5 The Hoodooin' of Miss Fannie DeBerry
  • 6 She Believes in Me
  • 7 Tennessee Bottle
  • 8 Sleep Tight, Goodnight Man
  • 9 A Little More Like Me (The Crucifixion)
  • 10 San Francisco Mable Joy
  • 11 Morgana Jones