Paul Boatright

Paul Boatright

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Unique - Unclassified | Fayetteville, Arkansas, United States
Total Song Plays: 188   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Charlie was tough as a turpentine camp
A cherokee from Tennessee
He played the six-string, and he shot the pistol
And everybody would run come see

Him drink the wine and dance on tables
And sing like the birds
He took the poison with killers and kings
He made a sound nobody heard

Rough in the saddle, he did ride
Charlie please keep your wheels on the road
Keep out of Texas, and look out West Memphis
He's just too crazy to know

When he'd drink the wine and dance on tables
Fly so high he never come back
They say he was like heaven on his guitar
But he was hell up on them tracks

Playing one for the red man

Good southern boys ought to know not to move so fast
In a land so keen on crucifixion
The heroes quickly pass

So sing one for Charlie, and play one for the red man
'Cause he knew how to make 'em crawl
He did the Sideways Pony

He was a way-out, on the west side
And I can hear him singing...

He was running on West Memphis time.

Song Length
Blues - Rock, Rock - Modern
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

2000 and later

Lyric Credits Boatright
Music Credits Boatright
Producer Credits Boatright
Publisher Credits Sideways Pony
Performance Credits Paul Boatright- guitar/drums/keyboards/vocals/percussion, Jason Davis- guitar
Label Credits Sideways Pony