Me & Bobby McGee (Live at Fillmore East, New York, NY, April 27, 1971) (Remastered LP Version) 1971 Grateful Dead

TrekMe & Bobby McGee (Live at Fillmore East, New York, NY, April 27, 1971) (Remastered LP Version)

Artis: Grateful Dead

Album: Grateful Dead [Skull & Roses] [Live]

Waktu rilis: 01-10-1971

Me & Bobby Mcgee (Remastered LP Version) - Grateful Dead

Busted flat in baton rouge,

 

waitin' for a train,

 

feelin'g nearly faded as my jeans,

 

Bobby flagged a diesel down,

 

just before it rained,

 

Took us all the way to new orleans.

 

I took my harp on out of

 

my dirty red bandanna,

 

I was blowin' sad while

bobby sang the blues,

 

With them windshield wipers slappin time,

 

bobby clappin hands,

We sang every song that driver knew.

 

Freedoms just another

word for nothin' left to do.

 

nothin' ain't worth nothin' but it's free.

 

feelin' good was easy lord,

when bobby sang the blues.

 

feelin' good was good enough for me,

 

good enough for me and bobby mcgee.

 

From the coal mines of

 

kentucky to the california sun,

 

Bobby shared the secrets of my soul,

 

Standing right beside me,

lord, in everything I done,

 

Bobbys body kept me from the cold.

 

Then somewhere near salinas,

 

lord, I let her slip away,

 

Lookin' for that home,

I hope she finds,

 

And I'd trade all my

tomorrows for a single yesterday

 

Holding bobbys body close to mine.

 

Freedoms just another

word for nothin'' left to lose.

 

nothin'' was all she left for me.

 

feelin'' good was easy lord,

when bobby sang the blues.

 

feelin' good was good enough for me,

 

good enough for me and bobby mcgee.

 

Freedoms just another

word for nothin'' left to do.

 

nothin'' ain't worth nothin'' but it's free.

 

feelin'' good was easy lord,

when bobby sang the blues.

 

feelin'' good was good enough for me,

 

good enough for me and bobby mcgee.

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