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When the icy winds they blow You’ll hang your head down low You’ll be wishing for that home That sweet home you used to know When you wander all the time With a ragged and a worried mind When you walk a crooked line Then your troubles will be like mine Then your troubles will be like mine…So Long Blues I’ve been waiting forever now I’ve been waiting so long Guess I’ll wait my whole life out And honey it just seems wrong It’s been so long since your kissing So long since holding you All your loving I’ve been missing I’ve got the so long blues You can’t make up your mind about me It’s been taking you so long First it’s yes, then maybe And then you’re up and gone Since the day that we first met My life’s got no reason or rhyme Ain’t no telling what to expect Well so long peace of mind But some fine day I’ll get my senses back Someday I’ll dust my broom I’ll tip my hat, head down the tracks And say so long blues Gotta Get Right Hear you talking, Hear you talking, babe.Jewell Boundary County Say hello to Boundary County If you make it up that way I don’t get around as much As I did in my younger days I was raised in that country So pure and so fair But I took too hard to the whiskey And I wandered away from there.I miss the barbed wire and the sage On that wild northern range The giant, staring sky Like a bright, tragic blue eye Why I left I can’t say why I can’t say why Say hello to Boundary County for me She’s prettier than dreams If you’ve been someplace so far away Then you’ve really seen some things Those miles and miles of steel rails Are a one-way track And no matter how hard I try I never make it back I never make it back I miss those violet hills And the sweet smell of the fields Reach their arms out so wide Like heaven’s only bride Why I left I can’t say why I can’t say why Every man serves his time I know I’ve done my share And when that old roll is called You will find me there In Boundary County, If you make it up that way I don’t get around as much As I did in my younger days Till You Lay Down Your Heavy Load It’s a hard, and it’s a rough road It’s a hard, and it’s a rough road It’s a long, long ways to go Till you lay down your heavy load You will walk it all alone, You will walk it all alone None will save your weary soul Till you lay down your heavy load Seasons come and seasons go Seasons come and seasons go Still so little any will know Till we lay down our heavy load Angels calling soft and low Angels calling soft and low They will guide me safely home Till I lay down my heavy load Hey Hey Hey Everything’s empty in this lonesome old town If I could find the river I’d follow it down To someplace with some life still left Go out dancing in my Sunday best I need to forget Shake off this regret What I need’s a grand piano to do things right Cool my fingers in its pools of black and white I need time, clear to eternity Half of it to set it straight and the other just to sleep I need to forget Sleep off this regret I never seem to catch things as they’re coming my way I go chasing them down crying hey come back hey Hey what were you hey Hey hey hey Fourth Degree Once upon a starry night I had a little boy was the light of my life And I know that I never can stay away Oh my god I pray Well I follow you down, I follow you down I won’t do nothing till I follow you down And I go so far astray That it takes years to find my way The first degree, the second degree I can’t stop baby till the fourth degree And I go all outta my way Just to chase all my blues away Mess Around Feel like messing up, cutting my teeth On stolen candy, chewing on something sweet I don’t know what, what I came here for Stumbling down these streets, trying to find your door Take the long way ‘round, long walk across this town If I was any good at painting, I’d paint it up and down But I’m not, I’m just trying not to make a sound Whistling to myself the Fourth Street Mess Around Mess around, mess around, mess around…

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Sundown Over Ghost Town Queen of the Minor Key Sea of Tears Letters From Sinners and Strangers Boundary County All songs by Eilen Jewell Worried Mind Been all around this world Just to come back to you Oh my love My sweet love It’s a long and lonesome highway It’s a bitter shade of blue Oh my love My sweet love And I never had much money I never been quite satisfied But you can weave the unraveled strings And you ease my worried mind You ease my worried mind Tell you what I’ll do When I come back to you Oh my love My sweet love Gonna wrap myself around you And sing to you this tune Oh my love My sweet love And I never had much money I never been quite satisfied But you can weave the unraveled strings And you ease my worried mind You ease my worried mind Hallelujah Band I stood next to the tracks Just to feel something pushing back Tearing through each doubt and sin The train was an iron wind I climbed down underground To listen for a new sound Found a river underneath our feet Dark and silent, deep I’m an old guitar, won’t stay in tune Worn-out, faded, not fit for you But I want to be played by the unseen hand To make a good noise in the hallelujah band There was a place in the pines A little spot, I called it mine Just a child but I knew somehow I know I’d never find it now I’m an old guitar with broken strings And tarnished surface, not fit for kings But I want to be played by the unseen hand To make a good noise in the hallelujah band I stood next to the tracks Just to feel something pushing back Tearing through each doubt and sin The train was an iron wind Rio Grande This place plays tricks on me I don’t know why I’m here So peaceful and serene But it only brings me tears, Good lord it only brings me tears My bad luck boots And my hard luck hand My coal black thoughts Reappear, reprimand And hold my head To the silt, to the sand, To the bone-white dead Of the Rio Grande I return every last time With a strong and a hopeful heart But under a mocking blue sky Somehow it all just crumbles apart Oh it all just crumbles apart My bad luck boots And my hard luck hand My coal black thoughts Reappear, reprimand And hold my head To the silt, to the sand, To the bone-white dead Of the Rio Grande The pines have lost their green Now they stare without a sound The wind’s too cold to sing Snow is heavy on the ground Heavy on the ground Half-Broke Horse Stolen from the desert In the lost part of the state Just a half-broke horse He waits by the gate No bridled horse can stand him Or any of his kind Their hidden laws condemn him They’re so rigid and refined He watches on the edge Dirty coat, shaggy mane Too wild for this world, Too tame for mustangs Grew up in the desert In the lost part of the state Cut our teeth on promises And empty plates Single-wides and ranches Disappear before our eyes These folks here don’t come around They’re so rigid and refined We stand on the edge Dirty coats, ragged hands We’re strangers to this world And this new breed of man And we just got our notice This whole place is going under The bank’s whip is on us We won’t last another summer They’ll have to come and take us With the force of ten trains ‘Cause it’s no life worth living If we don’t hold the reins Like half-broke horses From the lost part of the state We watch in silence And wait by the gate On both sides of these bars We’re one and the same Too wild for this world, Too tame for mustangs My Hometown If sweetness had a sound It would sound like my hometown The summer sprinklers turning on The endless ice cream song Cold river rushing by The ducks and geese in flight The silence in between All the sights unseen It would sound like my hometown If sweetness had a sound If kindness could be held It would feel like where I’m from The soft greeting of a neighbor The warm hand of a stranger Patience each with the other Embracing a sister or brother If I could hold it in my palm To the world I’d pass it on Or to any who might not have found The kindness of my hometown If sweetness had a sound It would sound like my hometown The summer sprinklers turning on The endless ice cream song Cold river rushing by The ducks and geese in flight The silence in between All the sights unseen It would sound like my hometown If sweetness had a sound Needle and Thread Just one horse shy of a one-horse town This ain’t the first time it tried to burn itself down And the American girls in their American dreams Never put themselves here, so undone at the seams Seven bars, one church, heaven is no match for hell In these four blocks of rust piles and abandoned motels Old men flick quarters in the cracks of the boardwalk And the little boys learn to cuss before they can talk Home is the needle and thread For the hole in the lifeboat That it put you in And it leaves its mark All stamped with lead In the lines and the grime Inside your skin No one here’s been famous in a very long time But you can count the stars for days on a cold, clear night It pierces me slowly, pulling me through It’s the pain of undoing the tearing in two Home is the needle and thread For the hole in the lifeboat That it put you in And it leaves its mark All stamped with lead In the lines and the grime Inside your skin Down the Road Though my way is rough and rocky And the night is bitter cold Still I see a warm light Ahead on down the road Down the road Down the road I know I’ll be guided onward down the road, down the road The winds they may be howling And my cares too much to hold Yet I know there’ll be a wayside To rest my weary soul Down the road Down the road I know I’ll be good and rested down the road, down the road I might be lost somehow Have strayed from the fold But just as sure as the sun will rise I’ll find my way back home Down the road Down the road I know I’ll be guided onward down the road, down the road Some Things Weren’t Meant to Be A lucky horseshoe in a pile of junk An old gold strike returned to the dust A hot rod decaying in the thorns and the weeds Some things weren’t meant to be Some things weren’t meant to be Daisy seeds planted in paint chips and ashes Of yesterday’s sages and dried-up old cactus No matter if you watered them faithfully Some things weren’t meant to be Some things weren’t meant to be There’s no use in trying to change all we’ve done You’ve said it all clearly, I’m just not the one My best was less than you wanted from me Some things weren’t meant to be Some things weren’t meant to be Pages Pages fall like drops from melting eaves Pages underfoot like autumn leaves While I search for the words to make things right Buried words always hidden from sight I don’t know how to tell you all that’s here In my flooded mind just the wrong way is clear Ever underneath, sunk down too deep The right words are somewhere, always out of reach But let me string together a few at a time And hope it can suffice with these few lines To say I love you sounds far too weak But it’s the strongest thing I know how to speak My heart goes with you every day So walk carefully here or far away But walk proudly too, knowing you’re loved My dear one, my flesh and my blood Green Hills I’ve seen your sad towns, Too barren for ghosts Empty silos on state highways Five o’clock light, signposts I’ve seen your old tracks Like scars on your hands Giving nothing to no one Dried vines, iron brands For dollar bills our great green hills Sink down into wasteland And when they’re gone they leave you alone To hide your face in the sand I’ve seen your front porches Sour, peeling paint Fences grown pointless, Graffiti, fallen, faint I’ve seen your junkyards Of tractors and barbed wire Pantry shelves slanting sideways Whistle blows, no buyer For dollar bills our great green hills Sink down into wasteland And when they’re gone they leave you alone To hide your face in the sand To hide your face in the sand Here with Me If you were here with me You would love the stars I see Ancient city in the sky You would love the way they shine I know just how you’d be looking at me With that smile that says why be melancholy If you were here with me If you were here with me If you were here with me You would tell me patiently Not to miss you so much Or your sweet gentle touch I know you would want for me All the happiness you would bring If you were here with me If you were here with me Songbird Oh songbird in my darkest night You sing so sweetly I can’t be afraid Over my path your song casts a light So bright, so real I won’t lose my way I set true north by you And so all directions too Songbird what did I do before you What did I do before you Oh songbird in my weariest day A few clear notes is all I need And I see without warning a precious ray Of magic in each ordinary thing You illuminate, renew, Take the sad out of the blue Songbird what would I do without you What would I do without you How’d you get so strong, such a little thing Is it your song that makes you brave My whole world rests on those tiny wings But you don’t seem to mind the weight I set true north by you And so all directions too Songbird what did I do before you What did I do before you You illuminate, renew, Take the sad out of the blue Songbird what would I do without you What would I do without you All songs written by Eilen Jewell I Remember You I remember you You were full of broken bones I tried to bring you cigarettes You said just leave me alone I remember you You were locked in a padded room I tried to teach you solitaire You just hollered at the moon I remember you I remember you I remember you We were Bonnie and Clyde We thought we’d go down in history I guess we changed our minds You’re a hundred worlds away now I’m sure it’s for the best You’re practically a stranger now But you stand out from the rest ‘Cause I remember you I remember you I remember you You told the stories of your scars We kept each other’s secrets And slept in empty cars I remember you I showed you how to kiss I let you shoot my hats off ‘Cause I knew you wouldn’t miss And I remember you I remember you I remember you We would’ve died intertwined We talked in tongues of a kinship We could only deny Now you think you’re anonymous, A masked face without a name But I know you’re one of us Underneath you’re still the same And I remember you I remember you Queen of the Minor Key The day I was born a gypsy looked at me She told my mama she could easily see Just how bright my future would be For I was gonna be royalty No crown will sit on her poor head A barstool will be her throne she said Instead of riches and finery She’ll have a wealth of sad songs and whiskey She’ll be the queen, the queen, the queen, The queen of the minor key And so you see I play the part Before empty glasses and broken hearts You’re in the right court if blue’s what you need But if it’s sunshine you’re after don’t bother me I’m the queen, the queen, the queen, The queen of the minor key I’m the queen of lonely tunes, The queen of the high shelf booze The queen of melancholy Queen of the minor key That’s Where I’m Going My baby waits by the river He says come on home When I’m done with my rambling That’s where I’m going All of the people in the city Wish they could take it slow Time stands still in the country That’s where I’m going Leave a light in the window I’ll find my way by its glow My heart is there by the river That’s where I’m going The city will go to your head Like a hundred dollar gin You can drink the water in the country That’s where I’m going That’s where I’m going That’s where I’m going Santa Fe You picked up a broken bottle In case anyone gave us any trouble And we walked all the way back to Cortez You sang help me dear doctor At the top of your lungs You’d been soaking up drink like a sponge Little boy down the street We all heard you mournfully Call again and again for Roberta Roberta…Blow It All Away Let’s just keep driving you and me I like your soft voice and your pleasant company We can pull each other out of this dusty little town Make a new start somewhere maybe settle down I wanna get me a mean little bike Black and chrome or anything you like You can teach me how to ride it in style Put it on the pike and head south a million miles I asked the wind as it blew on by What we should do and it replied Blow it all away All these burdens needn’t stay I wanna fix up a row boat for you We could row it out at sunset and you know what we could do Doesn’t it feel like this is how it should be These stars, these dreams, and you and me Sometimes I feel like the world’s on my back Like there’s so much to lose and so much I lack But the truth is the world’s at my command The way you love me it’s all in my hands A breath and a wish, and we’re gone Someone’s Arms Snow blankets the city in a cover of white I wish someone’s arms were holding me as tight But the devil wind blows harder on me, cold and bare And someone’s arms won’t be reaching for there’s nobody there.