VOODOO KINGS

VOODOO KINGS

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Rock - Roots/Rock n' Roll | Boulder, Colorado, United States
Total Song Plays: 657   
Member Since: 2003
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Plays:

78

Lyrics

She said I'd love to tell you how I feel
But I couldn't tell you tonight
She said I think we could be friends
But I'd rather be lovers here on the side
As I lit another cigarette and checked the clock on the wall
Well my expectations start to rise again,
as her dress starts to fall

And I said, Don't tell me now we'd be better off dead
Cause I can see the lights now of New York City ahead

Philadelphia's callin', yeah you got yourself a friend in need
You got a friend in Pennsylvania,
Yeah you got yourself a friend indeed
Now Pittsburgh's thunder seemed to rumble through Ohio
And I'm fallin' cross the heartland, with a million miles in my soul

And I said, Don't tell me now we'd be better off dead
Cause I can see the lights now of Chicago screamin' ahead

Rollin' through Nebraska, I got the Mississippi in my mirror
And I'm watching the starlight weep across the dashboard
On a winter night that's so clear
When I hit Denver baby I could tell you I was so high
And the mountains took my soul and I just can't seem to think tonight

And I said, don't tell me now we'd be better off dead
Cause I can see the lights now of Vegas screamin' ahead

Rollin' through the desert, I got an angel right by my side
As I pick a star off your skin and watch your dreams begin to smile
With my foot in the ocean, I think I hit the promised land tonight
And I'm Calfornia Dreamin' as the sun begins to rise

And I said, Don't tell me now, we'd be better off dead
Cause I can see the lights now of the city of angels ahead

I want to burn out
I want to shoot out
I want to fade out
like a shootin' star tonight

I want to be one of the beautiful people
In a Hollywood legend tonight

Song Length
5:56
Genre
Rock - Roots/Rock n' Roll


Lyric Credits Michael Kranicke
Music Credits Michael Kranicke
Producer Credits Rick Barnes, Michael Kranicke