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Neil Young, Neil Young
Neil Young
Release type: Album
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Release date:

1968

 
Duration: 36:08  
Size, Mb: 82,91  
Bitrate:

320

 
Price for album: 0.80 (discount 20%)  

 
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Title / Artist     Duration Bitrate Size (Mb) Price Download
1
The Emperor Of Wyoming Lyrics 02:21 320 5,36 0.10
2
The Loner Lyrics
He's a perfect stranger,
Like a cross
of himself and a fox.
He's a feeling arranger
And a changer
of the ways he talks.
He's the unforeseen danger
The keeper of
the key to the locks.
Know when you see him,
Nothing can free him.
Step aside, open wide,
It's the loner.

If you see him in the subway,
He'll be down
at the end of the car.
Watching you move
Until he knows
he knows who you are.
When you get off
at your station alone,
He'll know that you are.
Know when you see him,
Nothing can free him.
Step aside, open wide,
It's the loner.

There was a woman he knew
About a year or so ago.
She had something
that he needed
And he pleaded
with her not to go.
On the day that she left,
He died,
but it did not show.
Know when you see him,
Nothing can free him.
Step aside, open wide,
It's the loner.
03:53 320 8,92 0.10
3
If I Could Have Her Tonight Lyrics
All of a sudden she was on my mind
I wasn't ready for her kind
And she was taking her time.

What if she came to me
Would she be kind?
And if she stayed with me
Do you think that she'd like to do anything
I would, or would she leave me?

Lately I've found myself losing my mind
Knowing how badly I need her
It's something hard to find.

What if she came to me
Would she be kind?
And if she stayed with me
Do you think that she'd like to do anything
I would, or would she leave me?

If I could have her tonight
Does she want to go?
Look at those eyes
Does she want it?
If I could have her tonight

If I could have her tonight
If I could have her tonight.
02:22 320 5,43 0.10
4
I've Been Waiting For You Lyrics 02:36 320 5,92 0.10
5
The Old Laughing Lady Lyrics
Don't call Pretty Peggy,
She can't hear you no more.
Don't leave no message
'Round her back door.
They say the Old Laughing Lady's
Been here before.
She don't keep time
She don't count score.

You can't have a cupboard
If there ain't no wall.
You got to move
There's no time left to stall.
They say the Old Laughing Lady
Dropped by to call.
And when she leaves
She leaves nothing at all.

See the drunkard of the village
Falling on the street.
Can't tell his ankles
From the rest of his feet.
He loves his Old Laughing Lady
Cause the taste is so sweet.
But his Laughing Lady's loving
Ain't the kind he can keep.

There's a fever on the freeway
Blacks out the night.
There's a slipping on the stairway
Just don't feel right.
And there's a rumbling in the bedroom
And a flashing of light.
Here's the Old Laughing Lady
Everything is all right.
05:59 320 13,69 0.10
6
String Quartet From Whiskey Boot Hill Lyrics 00:57 320 2,21 0.10
7
Here We Are In The Years Lyrics
They say there's a wave that's coming someday
to send all the Ferris wheels washing away.
The seashells succumb to a watery grave
in the sands of the sunken empire.
You've heard of a flame that's rising around
to burn all the brothels of Babylon down.
Collapsing the kingdoms and twisting the towns
into playgrounds of children on fire.
And we're just walking on by preoccupied with the fairy tale life
that saps the last breath from the lungs of the lonely;
Lifts up the desperate then tears them down slowly.
Blessed are the blasphemous; blind are the holy
who's altars will alter the tribes as they're walking on by
There's talk of a storm that's brewing on high.
It won't leave a rainbow it won't leave a sky;
just mannequins frozen with fear in their eyes
where the shadows evade the sundials.
You're taking a pill that's keeping you ill
while puppeteers tell you it's making you well.
When Munchausen syndrome hits biblical scales
and the snakes in the cradle all smile.
But we're just walking on by lost on the wind as the hurricane cries.
The song of the wrecking ball sings in the distance;
crumbling hope in the face of resistance;
filling the void with the ghost of existence when everything clear disappears
as we're walking on by.
Oh, where have all the angels gone
they know not where they roam?
They've choked on all the breadcrumbs
and erased the trail back home.
There're bruises on the fruit again; the lights have lost their glow.
The rats are in the cornfield where we all reap what we sow.
They've planted a plague that grows from a seed
in the unguarded garden the gardeners asleep.
They'll spread the disease through the birds and the bees
to the innocent standing on trial.
So line up the casualties all in a row
and carry them down where the horses won't go.
We'll scatter the ashes with silver and gold
while the wolves of redemption run wild.
When no one's walking on by you'll pay the piper for paying no mind.
So turn every time bomb into an alarm clock.
Blend all the colors like feathers on peacocks.
Build up the bridges around all the roadblocks
and maybe we'll meet on the way.
Someday when we're walking on by.
03:28 320 7,90 0.10
8
What Did You Do To My Life Lyrics 02:29 320 5,66 0.10
9
I've Loved Her So Long Lyrics 02:41 320 6,16 0.10
10
The Last Trip To Tulsa Lyrics
Well, I used to drive a cab, you know
I heard a siren scream
Pulled over to the corner
And I fell into a dream
There were two men eating pennies
And three young girls who cried
"The West coast is falling,
I see rocks in the sky."
The preacher took his bible
And laid it on the stool.
He said: "With the congregation running,
Why should I play the fool?"

Well, I used to be a woman, you know
I took you for a ride,
I let you fly my airplane
It looked good for your pride.
'Cause you're the kind of man, you know
Who likes what he says.
I wonder what's it's like
To be so far over my head.
Well, the lady made the wedding
And she brought along the ring.
She got down on her knees
And said: "Let's get on with this thing..."

Well, I used to be a folk singer
Keeping managers alive,
When you saw me on a corner
And told me I was jive.
So I unlocked your mind, you know
To see what I could see.
If you guarantee the postage,
I'll mail you back the key.
Well I woke up in the morning
With an arrow through my nose
There was an Indian in the corner
Tryin' on my clothes.

Well, I used to be asleep, you know
With blankets on my bed.
I stayed there for a while
'Til they discovered I was dead.
The coroner was friendly
And I liked him quite a lot.
If I hadn't 've been a woman
I guess I'd never have been caught.
They gave me back my house and car
And nothing more was said.

Well, I was driving down the freeway
When my car ran out of gas.
Pulled over to the station
But I was afraid to ask.
The servicemen were yellow
And the gasoline was green.
Although I knew I couldn't
I thought that I was gonna scream.
That was on my last trip to Tulsa
Just before the snow.
If you ever need a ride there,
Be sure to let me know.

I was chopping down a palm tree
When a friend dropped by to ask
If I would feel less lonely
If he helped me swing the axe.
I said: "No, it's not a case of being lonely we have here,
I've been working on this palm tree
For eighty seven years."
I said: "No, it's not a case of being lonely we have here,
I've been working on this palm tree
For eighty seven years."
He said: "Go get lost!"
And walked towards his Cadillac.
I chopped down the palm tree
And it landed on his back.
09:27 320 21,66 0.10