Troubadour w/Kerry Wallace
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September 28, 2014
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MP3 3.3 MB, bitrate 127 kbps.
3:40 minutes
Words/music
Lonnie Ratliff & Vic Holdroyd © Okie Acres Music
Lyrics
Troubadour When your last song's been sung and you're all alone When the music fades and the crowd's are gone You can ask yourself as they drift away Did the people hear what you had to say Did you touch their lives did you reach their soul Did you warm a heart that was growing cold Did you open eyes did you rattle bones Did you let 'em know they were not alone .. then (Chorus) Say goodnight troubadour Walk away .. there's nothing more Tonight you'll sleep the sleep of an honest man And tomorrow my friend .. you'll do it all again Say goodnight troubadour (Inst) How the miles fly by as your tires wear thin And your future lies beyond that next bend You're a troubadour who sings for their pay So say goodnight and walk away (Chorus) Say goodnight troubadour Walk away .. there's nothing more Tonight you'll sleep the sleep of an honest man And tomorrow my friend .. you'll do it all again Say goodnight troubadour (Repeat Chorus) (Repeat Chorus) to FADE Lonnie C. Ratliff (BMI) Victor Holdroyd (PRS) Okie Acres Music (BMI) Bravado Publishing (BMI)