My only boss was the clock on the wall and my only friend, never really was a friend at all. I’ve traded love for pennies, sold my soul for less. Lost my ideas in that long tunnel of time. And I’ve turned inside out and around about and back and then found myself right back where I started again
Nobody ever had a rainbow baby until they had the rain
She might be nasty, she might be fat, but I never met a person who would tell her that.
Well I should be sitting in an air-conditioned office in a swivel chair, talking trash to the secretary. Saying, hey now mama, come on over here.
He’s bad, bad Leroy Brown, baddest dude in the whole damn town, badder than old King Kong, and meaner than a junk yard dog.
Moving ahead, so life won’t pass me by.
I’ve overcome the blow, I’ve learned to take it well. I only wish my words could just convince myself that it just wasn’t real. But that’s not the way it feels.
Tried to find me an executive position, but no matter how smooth I talked they wouldn’t listen to the fact that I was a genius.
After all, it’s what we’ve done that makes us what we are.
There’ something about universal truths with the simplicity of the acoustic guitar. You can take it anywhere and it helps me reach listeners of all ages and walks of life.
He cast his eyes upon her and the trouble soon began, cause Leroy Brown learned a lesson about messing with the wife of a jealous man.
A fool I am and I’ll always be. They can change their minds, but they can’t change me.