"Waitin for the Bus/Jesus Just Left Chicago" as written by and Billy F Gibbons Joe Michael Hill....
Have mercy, been waitin' for the bus all day
Have mercy, been waitin' for the bus all day
I got my brown paper bag and my take-home pay

Have mercy, old bus be packed up tight
Have mercy, old bus be packed up tight
Well, I'm glad just to get on and home tonight

Right on, that bus done got me back
Right on, that bus done got me back
Well, I'll be ridin' on the bus till I Cadillac

Jesus just left Chicago and he's bound for New Orleans
Well now, Jesus just left Chicago and he's bound for New Orleans
Yeah, yeah
Workin' from one end to the other and all points in between

Took a jump through Mississippi, well, muddy water turned to wine
Took a jump through Mississippi, muddy water turned to wine
Yeah, yeah then out to California through the forests and the pines
Ah, take me with you, Jesus

You might not see him in person but he'll see you just the same
You might not see him in person but he'll see you just the same
Yeah, yeah, you don't have to worry 'cause takin' care of business is his name


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"Waitin’ for the Bus/Jesus Just Left Chicago" as written by Dusty Hill Billy Gibbons

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