Rob Redwine

Rob Redwine

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Rock - Americana | Fort Worth, Texas, United States
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Member Since: 2017
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   Sounds Like: Hayes Carll, Langhorne Slim, Ben Nichols, Joe Purd, Amos Lee, David Grey, Ray Lamontagne, James McMurt

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Song Description

Bob Dylan back in Greenwhich Village days of playing clubs and bars. The Devil invites Bob Dylan to come play at his bar called Heaven's Roadhouse.

Story Behind the Song

Bob Dylan back in Greenwhich Village days of playing clubs and bars. The Devil invites Bob Dylan to come play at his bar called Heaven's Roadhouse.

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Lyrics

Dylan and The Devil - Rob Redwine

Well he bought the ticket and he took the ride,
There were five dollar bills right by his side,
Tried to tell the truth but I guess he lied,
But seem like he's doing alright...

He's been around the block a time or two,
Found himself tangled up in blue,
Playing on a stage til they close at 2,
But now I guess he's doing alright...

Chorus,
Well the devil pulls up in a bright red car,
Says youre the kind of man that needs to play in my bar,
There's flames on the stage and a loaded tip jar,
And in there you'll be doing alright.

He's got one more show on broken strings,
Got no time to change those damn things,
Devil's in his head every time he sings,
And I wonder where he's playing tonight...

There's a craps table standing where there should be pool,
On the stage there's a microphone beside an old stool,
Its a Hundred damn degrees so it's nice and cool,
And I guess the place doing alright...

Chorus
Well the bar is called Heaven, but it's not so nice,
Yeah they traded firewater in for the ice,
There's twenty damn bouncers and loaded dice,
In Heaven's Roadhouse tonight.

Well it's snake eyes, sevens, and whatever you choose,
You roll the dice and I bet you'll lose,
Jukebox in the corner that's playing the blues,
and he'll be playing all the hits tonight...

Yeah the curtains pulled back the song began to flow,
He was singing bout life on Desolation Row,
His fedora shades his face from the spotlight glow,
And ya know that he's doing alright...

Chorus
Well the place started rocking, they screamed for more,
They were knock knock knockin on heaven's door,
Goodnight, They drew the curtains and they yelled encore,
And I guess now he's doing alright.

Down At Heaven's Roadhouse tonight
With Dylan and the Devil tonight


Song Length
4:06
Genre
Folk - Americana
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Mood
Joyful

Subject Matter
Famous People

Language
English

Lyric Credits Rob Redwine
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