Thirsty Boots

John Denver2013年8月12日

歌詞

Thirsty Boots - John Denver (約翰·丹佛)

Written by:Eric Anders

You've long been on the open road

Sleepin in the rain

 

From dirty words and muddy cells

 

You're clothes are soiled and stained

 

But the dirty words the mud of cells

 

Will soon be judged insane

 

So only stop and rest yourself

 

And you'll be off again

 

Oh take off your thirsty boots

Stay for awhile

 

Your feet are hard and weary

 

From a dusty mile

 

And maybe I can make you laugh

And maybe I can try

 

Lookin for the evening

 

And the morning in your eyes

 

Then tell me of the ones you saw

As far as you could see

 

Across the plains from field to town

 

Marchin to be free

 

And of the rusted prison gates

 

That tumbled by degree

Like laughing children one by one

 

They look like you and me

 

So take off your thirsty boots

And stay for awhile

 

Your feet are hard and weary

 

From a dusty mile

 

And maybe I can make you laugh

 

And maybe I can try

 

Just looking for the evening

 

And the morning in your eyes

 

I know you are no stranger now

 

A crooked rainbow trail

 

From dancing cliffheads shattered sills

 

To slander shackled jails

 

Where the voices drift up from below

 

Its walls are being scaled

 

Yes all of this and more my friend

Your song shall not be failed

 

Oh take off your thirsty boots

And stay for awhile

 

Your feet are hard and weary

 

From a dusty mile

 

And maybe I can make you laugh

And maybe I can try

 

Lookin for the evening

 

And the morning in your eyes

 

Your feet are hard and weary

 

From a dusty mile

 

And maybe I can make you laugh

And maybe I can try

 

Lookin for the evening

 

And the morning in your eyes

 

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