Steve Earle: Guitar Town | Song-Factsheet


Song «Guitar Town» von Steve Earle.


Veröffentlichungsdaten: 1986 03 05 (Album), 1986 06 02 (Single)
Label: MCA MCAD 5713, MCA 52856
Songwriter Steve Earle
Produktion: Tony Brown & Emory Gordy
Genre: Alternativerock - Alternativecountry


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Steve Earle
Steve Earle
Tony Brown
Emory Gordy


[Verse] Hey pretty baby, are you ready for me? Yeah it's your good rocking daddy down from Tennessee I'm just out of Austin, bound for San Antone With the radio blasting and the bird dog on There's a speed trap up ahead in Selma Town But no local yokel gonna shut me down Because me and my boys got this rig unwound And we've come a thousand miles from a Guitar Town Nothing ever happened around my hometown And I ain't the kind to just hang around But I heard someone calling my name one day And I followed that voice down the lost highway Everybody told me you can't get far On thirty-seven dollars and a Jap guitar Now I'm smokin' into Texas with the hammer down And a rocking little combo from the Guitar Town Hey pretty baby, don't you know it ain't my fault? I love to hear the steel belts humming on the asphalt Wake up in the middle of the night in a truck stop Stumble in the restaurant wondering why I don't stop Well I got to keep rocking while I still can I got a two pack habit and a motel tan When my boots hit the boards, I'm a brand new man With my back to the riser, I make my stand Hey pretty baby, won't you hold me tight? I'm loading up and rolling out of here tonight One of these days I'm gonna settle down And take you back with me to the Guitar Town