i've gone a bit country since i met you baby
i used to be so rock 'n' roll
it's a question of confidence, maybe
wandering off down a long, dusty road

banjo and violin

once i was lost in the crush of the crowd
and drums coming up through the floor
now it's lone strings that cry out loud
in minor keys whispered
through the cracks in the door

you walked in like a lonesome highway
tumbleweed at your heel
the question is, 'how big does the skey get?'
and am i alone in what i feel

if this is the state you find me in
blame it on the banjo and violin
blame it on the way i've been travelling
blame it on the banjo and violin


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    General Commenti've gone a bit country since i met you baby
    i used to be so rock 'n' roll
    :D
    adeleineeon February 26, 2008   Link

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