Trouble With The Blues

Album: BLUES / ROCK'N'ROLL

Trouble With The Blues
Title Trouble With The Blues
Filename CAR307_13_Trouble With The Blues_Full Mix Vocal
Description Up tempo exciting driving rock and roll rhythm features electric guitars male vocals shuffle drums twangy guitars driving train rhythm mid 1950's
ComposerBear Phillips
PublisherCRML Limited
ISRC GBBCE0030713
Usage Drama
Era 1950s
Released December 31, 2000
Tempo Medium Fast
BPM 108
Lyrics

I quit one eyed Jacks and headed down the tracks
racin' that midnight train
I'm nearly out of luck and I can't let up
until I'm five hundred miles away
I'm in trouble, been living too fast to pay my dues
Never stopped to face the music, now I'm in trouble with the blues

The cards we're dealt, a rat was smelt
and the scent led to my sleeve
It was a hit and run, I left a smokin' gun
Now I'm rollin' like new years eve
And this time tomorrow, I won't be around to read the news
goodbye Jackson, Mississippi, I'm in trouble with the blues

If I had the chance to do it all again,
I'd have took another road instead
That flash of light above a line of white
blocking up the road ahead
Means I'm in trouble, can't go back and I can't get through
Wish I was back in Carolina, now I'm in trouble with the blues

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109 BPM00:34
Up tempo exciting driving rock and roll rhythm features electric guitars male vocals shuffle drums twangy guitars driving train rhythm mid 1950's
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