"Suicide Blues" as written by and Cody Jay Canada....
I go downtown
Lay by the railroad tracks
I'm gonna go downtown
Lay down by the railroad tracks
You see I don't want nothin'
Since my baby, she ain't comin' back

My lady she's gone
Took all my reason to live
My baby she gone
Took all my reason to live
Since she don't want me
I got nothin' left to give

She won't see me
Won't pick up the telephone
I wonder if she knows
She's the reason that I'll be gone

Lay in my bed
Stare at the ceiling for a while
I'm gonna lay in my bed
Stare at the ceiling for a while
My baby gonna miss me
My lady gonna miss me when I die

She won't see me
Won't pick up the telephone
I wonder if she knows
She's the reason that I'll be gone

Got my pills
Got my bottle of gin
I'm gonna swallow my pills
Swallow my bottle of gin
When I close my eyes
I won't see the sun again

She won't see me
Won't pick up the telephone
I wonder if she knows
She's the reason that I'll be gone

Get me a gun
Go back into my room
I'm gonna get me a gun
One with a barrel or two
You know I'm better off dead than
Singing these suicide blues


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"Suicide Blues" as written by Cody Jay Canada

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    General CommentI love this song! It's my second favorite cross canadian ragweed song. It's catchy. I guess I love the blues so maybe that's why I love the guitar riffs and music behind the lyrics. Even though the lyrics are sad the music and his voice aren't. It's like a happy suicide song. Like he is hysterical.
    NutzyPixeon October 01, 2008   Link

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