Nancy Chancey

Nancy Chancey

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Blues - Country | Blue Ridge, Georgia, United States
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Member Since: 2007
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Lyrics

Met an old man named Red Bear
IN the mountains up in Tennessee
Came walking up on Flat Top Ridge,
This is what he said to me

He said the sun is going down child
and the phoenix is on the rise
there won't be a man in this old town
won't have fear in his eyes
He said you better go and get your soul clean
Sister if you know what I mean
This time you can't run and hide
from the destruction that I've seen

Old Mr. Redbear bent down real slow
he picked up an old tin can and said
this is what you need to know
He said now one day soon on the next full moon
you'll see the sky turn red
the earth will shake and the water will rise
and you'll remember what I said

I looked around, he was gone
He left without a sound
Up on that old mountain top
I went to kneel down
I prayed real hard for a minute or two
and looked up in the sky
old Red Bearn found me just in time
as that Red moon began to shine

He said the sun is going down child
the Phoenix is on the rise
there won't be a man in this old town
won't have fear in his eyes
You better go and get your sould clean
sister if you know what I mean
cause this time you can't run and hide
from the destruction that I've seen.

Song Length
5:51
Genres
Blues - Country, Blues - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Mood
Distressed


Lyric Credits Nancy Chancey
Music Credits Nancy Chancey
Producer Credits Eric Smith