Jim Kilby

Jim Kilby

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Rock - Roots/Rock n' Roll | Vernon, New Jersey, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,069   
Member Since: 2009
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Plays:

261

Lyrics

Johnson's River-Kilby Taylor

*(REFRAIN)
I'm on the banks of Johnson's River
Drinking that bourbon bottle dry
I'm on the banks of Johnson's River
Drinking that bourbon bottle dry
I love the taste of the bourbon
But it can't kill the blues inside

I read the note that she wrote me
Taped to my refrigerator door
It said "we had something good, but I just don't love you anymore"

So I went down to the garden and layed by the riverside
There were thorns in the garden and rain clouds in my eyes

*(REFRAIN)
I'm on the banks of Johnson's river
Drinking that bourbon bottle dry
I love the taste of the bourbon
But it can't kill the blues inside

I hear the train whistle blowing
Look it's crossing Bracksters bridge
I could of sworn I saw my baby through the glass
Blowing me a farewell kiss

*(REFRAIN)
I'm on the banks of Johnson's river
Drinking that bourbon bottle dry
I love the taste of the bourbon but it can't kill the blues inside

Song Length
4:50
Genres
Blues - Rock, Blues - Country
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


Language
English

Lyric Credits Jim Kilby
Music Credits Jim Kilby
Producer Credits Kilby Taylor Band
Publisher Credits Jim Kilby
Performance Credits Jim Kilby-Lead Vocal & Acoustic Guitar / Joe Taylor-Bass / Ace Toye-Drums & Bkgd Vocals / Billy Mueller-Elec Guitar / Ray Ward-Keyboard & Fiddle / Jerry Fierro-Harmonica
Label Credits Romance Records