Jeff Doering

Jeff Doering

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Unique - General | Marsden, Saskatchewan, Canada
Total Song Plays: 2,876   
Member Since: 2007
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Plays:

28

Lyrics

I was part of a two-man band that never played a show
On the way to a one-night stand, just had to stop before we go
We had to get 200 miles across the land to the west of Saskatoon
We didn?t have roadies at our command, we loaded up just before noon


In a little car we ride, but the heat, would we survive


Kleppe pulled in right beside the hose and I wandered off inside
Got some water cause everybody knows, the heat is killer in July
Paid an arm and leg but that?s the way it goes, I took it on the chin
I had paid to fill the gas tank that was low, neither Klep nor his wallet had come in


In a little car we ride but the heat, would we survive


I bit my lip just for a little while but I couldn?t hold it back
I asked Klep if he didn?t like my style, he asked if I had just smoked crack
Then why?d you leave me standing solo in the aisle, did you think the gas was free
Klep started laughing hard for quite a while and said JD you must be fooling me


In a little car we ride, but the heat would we survive


Klep looked at me with teary eyes and said I didn?t get any gas
You think I?d pump and then not cough, I outta kick your sorry ass
My heart missed a beat, it felt like I was dead, turns out that it was me
Who paid forty-two dollars for a water and the debt
of some other chump whose gasoline was free


In a little car we ride, but the heat would we survive


Song Length
3:18
Genres
Country - General, Folk - Country
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


Language
English

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