"Movin' On Down the Line" as written by and Christopher Mark/robinson Robinson....
It's all right sisters
It's all right brother

It's all right sisters
It's all right brother

It's all right sisters
It's all right brother
It's all right brothers
It's all right

It's all right sisters
It's all right brother

The wheel within the wheel
The water below the well
Keep the curtain drawn and the record on
And the curtain what do you say
Bring the bottle here
Make the real unreal
And lets go out and play

[Chorus]
It's all right sisters
It's all right brother
We all get down sometimes
Starting to show me
Starting to know me
Starting to feel the shine
Starting to let go
Now that we know
Time to move it on down the line

The exit marks the hex
That moves from next to next
Keep your head on tight
To make it through the night
You got to make a friend along the way
So cover up your tracks
And avoid a tax
And you'll live to love another day

[Chorus: x2]

Time to move it on down the line [x3]


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"Movin' on Down the Line" as written by Christopher Mark Robinson Chris Robinson

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    General CommentNo comments? What in the hell? This is the second best song on Warpaint, next to Wounded Bird. This song is unbelievably incredible, and great to listen to in any mood.
    up to uson June 20, 2008   Link
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    My OpinionWow! You know what? You're absolutely right! I don't know how I had "Warpaint" for well over a year now and not gravitate towards this song instantly! But I have now, and I would rate it as the second best on the album (below "Wounded Bird") as well.

    Hitherto, I thought "Whoa Mule" was the second best track.
    PinsNeedleson September 03, 2009   Link

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