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Willie Nelson
Willie Nelson


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Настоящее имя Willie Hugh Nelson
Дата рождения 30 апреля 1933 г.
Откуда Abbott, Texas, U.S.
Жанры Country
Country Rock
Outlaw country
Alternative Country
Годы 1956—н.в.
Лейблы RCA Records
Island Records
Columbia Records
Atlantic Records
Lost Highway Records
См. также Waylon Jennings
The Highwaymen
Johnny Cash
Kris Kristofferson
Roger Miller
Ray Price
Snoop Dogg
Merle Haggard
Kurt Nilsen
Faron Young
Emmylou Harris
Dolly Parton
Juice Newton
Toby Keith
Sheryl Crow
Norah Jones
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Альбом Willie Nelson


Moment Of Forever (29.01.2008)
29.01.2008
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Worry B Gone (with Kenny Chesney)
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I gotta get over you again
I gotta get over you again
I had my heart wide open
And you just walked right on back in

You can't imagine
Just how hard It's been
Now I gotta get over you
I gotta get over you again

We never really had a chance
We never really had a chance at all
I was carrying more luggage
Than U-haul truck could haul

And I had It all worked out
We'd only be the best of friends
Now I gotta get over you
I gotta get over you again

Maybe I never really got over you at all

And I've been looking in the mirror
Lying like a dog
Supposed to be so easy
Like falling off a log
And I started thinking
Thinking about things that might have been

Now I gotta get over you
I gotta get over you again
And I gotta get over you
I gotta get over you again

I gotta get over you
I gotta get over you again
I gotta get over you
I gotta get over you again
I had my heart wide open
And you just walked right on back in
And I gotta get over you
I gotta get over you again

. . .


Was it wonderful for you
Was it holly as it was for me
Did you feel the hand of destiny
That was guiding us together

You were young enough to dream
And I was old enough to learn something new
I'm so glad I got to dance with you
For a moment of forever

Sometimes when you're cryin you're happy
And sometimes you're just cryin
I know I know

And come whatever happens now
Ain't it nice to know that dreams still come true
I'm so glad that I was close to you
for a moment of forever

Sometimes when you're cryin you're happy
And sometimes you're just cryin
I know I know

And come whatever happens now
Ain't nice to know that dreams still come true
I'm so glad that I was close to you
For a moment of forever

. . .


[Originally by Big & Rich]

Well I once knew a Pirate named BOB
B-O-B Bob was a drunken old Slob
B-O-B Bob, 'bout as dumb as a rock
But Bob
He made it to the top

He said: You swing from your tree
And I'll swing from mine
You have your lemons and I'll have my lime
Funny we all act like monkeys sometimes
So you swing from your tree and I'll swing from mine
I'll Swing from mine

He said I'd rather make love than war
And I'd rather have millions than to ever be poor
But I'd rather be happy than to have anymore,
Guess I'm.... a lil tangled in the vine

Oh, You swing from your tree
And I'll swing from mine
You have your lemons and I'll have my lime
Funny we all act like monkeys sometimes
So you swing from your tree and I'll swing from mine
I'll Swing from mine

. . .


What has happened down here is the wind have changed
Clouds roll in from the north and it started to rain
Rained real hard and rained for a real long time
Six feet of water in the streets of Evangeline

The river rose all day
The river rose all night
Some people got lost in the flood
Some people got away alright
The river have busted through cleard down to Plaquemines
Six feet of water in the streets of Evangeline

[Chorus:]
Louisiana, Louisiana
They're tyrin' to wash us away
They're tryin' to wash us away
Louisiana, Louisiana
They're tryin' to wash us away
They're tryin' to wash us away

President Coolidge came down in a railroad train
With a little fat man with a note-pad in his hand
The President say, "Little fat man isn't it a shame
What the river has done
To this poor crackers land."

[Chorus]

. . .


Cyrus Jones 1810 to 1913
Made his great grandchildren believe
he could live to a 103
A hundred and three is forever when you’re just a little kid
So, Cyrus Jones lived forever

Gravedigger
When you dig my grave
Could you make it shallow
So that I can feel the rain
Gravedigger

Muriel Stonewall 1903 to 1954
She lost both of her babies in the second great war
Now, you should never have to watch your only children lowered in the ground
that means you should never have to bury your own babies

Gravedigger
When you dig my grave
Could you make it shallow
So that I can feel the rain
Gravedigger

Ring around the rosey
Pocket full o'posey
Ashes to ashes
{Musical intro}
We all fall down

Gravedigger
When you dig my grave
Could you make it shallow
So that I can feel the rain
Oh Gravedigger

Little Mikey Carson '67 to '75
He rode his bike like the devil until the day he died
When he grows up he wants to be Mr. Vertigo on the flying trapeze
Oh, 1940 to 1992...

Gravedigger
When you dig my grave
could you make it shallow
So that I can feel the rain
Grave digger
When you dig my grave
Could you make it shallow
So that I can feel the rain
I can feel the rain
I can feel the rain
Gravedigger
When you dig my grave
Could you make it shallow
So that I can feel the rain
Gravedigger
Grave digger

. . .


Well I spent my whole lifetime
In a world where the sunshine
Finds excuses for not hangin' 'round
I squandered emotions
On the slightest of notions
And the first easy loving I found
But soon all the good times
The gay times and play times
Like colors run together and fade
Oh Lord if you hear me
Touch me and hold me
And keep me from blowing away

There's times when I trembled
When my mind remembered
The days that just crumbled away
With nothing to show
But these lines that I know
Are beginning to show in my face

Oh Lord if you're listening
I know I'm no Christian
And I ain't got much coming to me
So send down some sunshine
Throw out your lifeline
And keep me from blowing away

Oh Lord if you hear me
Touch me and hold me
And keep me from blowing away

. . .


You ain't nothin' but trouble, far as I can tell
Just a wasted wish in the wishin' well
But you don't know, I've been here before
I'm just one too many miles from shore

And I'm takin' on water and I'm goin' down
Takin' on water, that's what I'm doin' now
Takin' on water with only one way out
I gotta get my heart to higher ground

Oh, I'm already in, in too deep
I know you won't be there to rescue me
I'm already feel it, right through my chest
I'm afraid if I taste it, I might not catch my breath

And I'm takin' on water and I'm goin' down
Takin' on water, that's what I'm doin' now
Takin' on water with only one way out
I gotta get my heart to higher ground

Why is a woman always thinkin'
Just because a man is sinkin'
He's gonna drown

But I'm takin' on water, goin' down
Takin' on water, that's what I'm doin' now
Takin' on water, there's only one way out
I gotta get my heart to higher ground

And I'm takin' on water, goin' down
Takin' on water, that's what I'm doin' now
Takin' on water with only one way out
I gotta get my heart to higher ground

Takin' on water, goin' down
Takin' on water, that's what I'm doin' now
Takin' on water with only one way out
I gotta get my heart to higher ground

Takin' on water, goin' down
Takin' on water, that's what I'm doin' now
Takin' on water with only one way out

. . .


It's always now
And nothing ever goes away
Everything is here to stay
And it's always now

It's always now
There never was a used to be
Everything is still with me
And it;s alawys now

So brace your heart
Save yourself some sanity
It's more than just a memory
And it's always now
And here's your part

Sing it like a melody
There's really only you and me
And it's always now

So brace your heart
Save yourself some sanity
It's more than just a memory
And it's always now
And here's your part
Sing it like a melody
There's really only you and me
And it's always now
There's really only you and me
And it's always now

. . .


It's so damn easy to say that life's so hard
Everybody's got their share of battle scars
As for me, I'd like to thank my lucky stars
That I'm alive and well

And it'd be easy to add up all the pain
And all the dreams you sat and watched go up in flames
You were on, on the wreckage as it smolders in the rain
But not me, I'm alive

And today you know that's good enough for me
Breathing in and out's a blessing, can't you see?
Today is the first day of the rest of my life
And I'm alive and well, God, I'm alive and well

Stars are dancing on the water here tonight
It's good for the soul when there's not a soul in sight
This boat has caught it's wind and brought me back to life
Now I'm alive and well

And today you know that's good enough for me
Breathing in and out's a blessing, can't you see?
Today is the first day of the rest of my life
And I'm alive and well, God, I'm alive and well

. . .


Front porch sittin in an old rockin chair
The sun is hot in the Texas sky
Garden growin clothes out on the line
Dusty road when a car goes by

Story tellin of days long ago
And the only place she'd ever been
Singin softly This World Is Not My Home
Memories take me back again

When I was young and Grandma wasn't old
When she guided me as I watched life unfold
Anything we didn't have we didn't really need to hold
When I was young and Grandma wasn't old

She'd throw a party and all of her friends
Would gather around the quilting frames
They'd always call out for me to come inside
And give me nickels and dimes to sing

It makes me happy that I can still go back
My memories are so clear
Of how It used to be when I never dreamed
Of ever lookin back from here

When I was young and Grandma wasn't old
When she guided me as I watched life unfold
Anything we didn't have we didn't really need to hold
When I was young and Grandma wasn't old
When I was young and Grandma wasn't old

. . .


Give me just one more sip of that Worry B Gone

I'm planning on feelin' much better before too long
Got a world of trouble, that I need to forget
I'm on my way, but I ain't there yet

Give me just one more sip of that Worry B Gone

Everywhere I look, trouble is all I see
Can't listen to the radio, I can't stand TV
I've got trouble with the air, trouble with the water
People ain't treating one and other like the other

Give me just one more sip of that Worry B Gone

Don't wanna hear no preacher preachin'
No more politician bitchin'
All those songs about love gone wrong,

Got me wonderin' where my baby's gone

Well I can't suffer for wastin' my time
Don't give me no advise that rime

Just give just one more puff of that Worry B Gone

Don't wanna hear no preacher preachin'
No more politician bitchin'
All those songs about love gone wrong,
Got me wonderin' where my baby's gone

Give me just one more hit of that Worry B Gone

Yeah, give me just one more sip of that Worry B Gone

Give me just one more puff of that Worry B Gone

. . .


You don't think I'm funny anymore
You used to laugh at all my jokes
Even though you'd heard them all before
But yoy think I'm funny anymore

I used to fake a heart attack
And fall down on the floor
But even I don't think that's funny anymore

I guess things change
And the more they change the more they stay
the same
And there ain't no blame
Sometimes the picture just don't fit the frame

And this is where the cowboy yields the floor
Cause you don't think I'm funny anymore

I guess things change
And the more they change the more they stay
the same
And there ain't no blame
Sometimes the picture just fit the frame
And this is where the cowboy yields the floor
Cause you don't think I'm funny anymore

Did you hear the one about the dirty whore
Oh I forgot... you don't think I'm funny anymore

. . .


[Originally by Bob Dylan]

You may be an ambassador to England or France
You may like to gamble, you might like to dance
You may be the heavyweight champion of the world
You may be a socialite with a long string of pearls.

But you're gonna have to serve somebody, yes indeed
You're gonna have to serve somebody,
It may be the devil or it may be the Lord
But you're gonna have to serve somebody.

Might be a rock'n' roll adict prancing on the stage
Might have money and drugs at your commands, women in a cage
You may be a business man or some high degree thief
They may call you Doctor or they may call you Chief.

But you're gonna have to serve somebody, yes indeed
You're gonna have to serve somebody,
Well, it may be the devil or it may be the Lord
But you're gonna have to serve somebody.

You may be a state trooper, you might be an young turk
You may be the head of some big TV network
You may be rich or poor, you may be blind or lame
You may be living in another country under another name.

But you're gonna have to serve somebody, yes
You're gonna have to serve somebody,
Well, it may be the devil or it may be the Lord
But you're gonna have to serve somebody.

You may be a construction worker working on a home
You may be living in a mansion or you might live in a dome
You might own guns and you might even own tanks
You might be somebody's landlord you might even own banks.

But you're gonna have to serve somebody, yes
You're gonna have to serve somebody,
Well, it may be the devil or it may be the Lord
But you're gonna have to serve somebody.

You may be a preacher with your spiritual pride
You may be a city councilman taking bribes on the side
You may be working in a barbershop, you may know how to cut hair
You may be somebody's mistress, may be somebody's heir.

But you're gonna have to serve somebody, yes
You're gonna have to serve somebody,
Well, it may be the devil or it may be the Lord
But you're gonna have to serve somebody.

Might like to wear cotton, might like to wear silk
Might like to drink whiskey, might like to drink milk
You might like to eat caviar, you might like to eat bread
You may be sleeping on the floor, sleeping in a king-sized bed.

But you're gonna have to serve somebody, yes indeed
You're gonna have to serve somebody,
It may be the devil or it may be the Lord
But you're gonna have to serve somebody.

You may call me Terry, you may call me Jimmy
You may call me Bobby, you may call me Zimmy
You may call me R.J., you may call me Ray
You may call me anything but no matter what you say.

You're gonna have to serve somebody, yes indeed
You're gonna have to serve somebody,
Well, it may be the devil or it may be the Lord
But you're gonna have to serve somebody

. . .


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