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One Fair Summer Evening, Nanci Griffith
One Fair Summer Evening
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1990

 
Duration: 49:50  
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1
Once In A Very Blue Moon Lyrics
I'll Never Miss That Girl
(Reed Nielsen/Jeff Steel)

Hey guys, what's going on?
Man, do you even own a watch?
Glad you could make it
Sorry I'm late
Let's hit the road

Well, there's that tree where I carved her name
(Aw that's sweet)
Over there's the place where we used to eat
(You and her, and what, 400 other boyfriends?)
And there's the road that leads down to the lake where I kissed her for the first time
(Aw, what a guy)
Here's where she left me

You know, I admit that it got to me a little
(A little? Oh come on!)
I guess there for a while I didn't know what to do
(Man, will you shut up? Turn on the radio)
But I know true love is gonna come around again someday
(Yeah, maybe in another 12, 5, uh never, or, ok, yeah sure, ok)
Well this is just something I have to work through
(Shut up!)

Other than her always being on my mind
And even though I think about her all the time
I never miss, I never miss that girl
Except for the occasional falling all apart
It's pretty much only when every day stars
I'll never miss, I'll never miss
I might reminisce but I'll never miss that girl

(I think something just fell out of your wallet, man)
Yeah, that's her picture
(Oh man, I think it scared my dog, and he's blind! Oh wow!)
You know, I've been meaning to put that thing away
(Please do man, cause it's killing me)
Hey is that my cell phone ringing?
(Yeah, here you go)
Tell me, what does that number say on the caller ID anyway?
(Your MOM!)

Other than her always being on my mind
And even though I think about her all the time
I never miss, I never miss that girl
Except for the occasional falling all apart
It's pretty much only when every day stars
I'll never miss, I'll never miss
I might reminisce but I'll never miss that girl

Other than her always being on my mind
And even though I think about her all the time
I never miss, I never miss that girl
Except for the occasional falling all apart
It's pretty much only when every day stars
I'll never miss, I'll never miss
I might reminisce but I'll never miss that girl
03:08 192 4,30 0.10
2
Looking For The Time (Workin' Girl) Lyrics 03:10 192 4,37 0.10
3
Deadwood, South Dakota Lyrics 05:15 192 7,22 0.10
4
More Than A Whisper Lyrics 03:46 192 5,17 0.10
5
I Would Bring You Ireland Lyrics 03:37 192 4,99 0.10
6
Roseville Fair Lyrics
Oh, the night was clear and the stars were shinin'
and the moon came up,... so quiet in the sky
And all the people gathered round while the band was a-tunin'
I can hear them now ... playin' 'Comin' Through the Rye'

She was dressed in blue and she looked so lovely
just a gentle flower of a small town girl
Then he took her hand and they danced to the music
with a single smile ... she became his world

(chorus)
And they danced all night ... to the fiddle and the banjo
their driftin' tunes, seemed to fill the air
so long ago, but they still remember ...
when they fell in love, at the Roseville Fair
Now, they courted well, and they courted dearly
They'd rock for hours in the front porch chair
Then a year went by ... from the time that he met her
and he made her his, at the Roseville Fair

(repeat chorus)

So here's a song for all of the lovers
and here's a tune ... that you can share
May you dance all night ... to the fiddle and the banjo
Oh, the way they did at the Roseville Fair
Oh, the way they did ... at the Roseville Fair
03:46 192 5,18 0.10
7
Workin' In Corners Lyrics 04:10 192 5,72 0.10
8
Trouble In The Fields Lyrics 04:01 192 5,54 0.10
9
The Wing And The Wheel Lyrics 03:30 192 4,79 0.10
10
From A Distance Lyrics 04:48 192 6,60 0.10
11
Love At The Five And Dime Lyrics
(Spoken with picked guitar background)

One of my greatest fascinations in life has always been a little store where you can go in and get a vanilla coke, and listen to the popcorn machine go 'pop pop pop,' and dig through the record bin and find a record for 69 cents that you've always wanted, all your life.

When I was in high school, the only way you could get from north Austin to south Austin on the bus was to get off the bus in central Austin and get on another bus.

And where you changed the bus at 6th and Congress was a place called a Woolworth's store. And I always had just enough time to run into the Woolworth store and get myself a vanilla coke, dig through the record bin wink at the boys and get back on the bus.

And Woolworth stores are the same everywhere in the world. They have this wonderful smell to 'em - they smell like popcorn and chewing gum rubbed around on the bottom of a leather-soled shoe.

And the first time we went to Europe we landed in London and we were driving through central London and we came to a corner and by golly there was a Woolworth store. And I wanted them to stop the car and let me out so I could fill up my suitcase with unnecessary plastic objects.

And if you've ever been in a big Woolworth store, where there's an elevator, or a lift as they say in Europe, every time the doors open on the elevator they make a little noise like this: {ding}... and I've often been asked what that little noise was... {ding} and that's what it is, it's the elevator doors {ding}...


(Sung)

Rita was sixteen years... hazel eyes and chestnut hair
she made the Woolworth counter shine
Eddie was a sweet romancer, and a darn good dancer
they'd waltz the aisles of the five and dime

(chorus)
They'd sing, "Dance a little closer to me... dance a little closer now
Dance a little closer tonight
Dance a little closer to me... it's closing time
And love's on sale tonight at this five and dime

Eddie played the steel guitar and his mama cried 'cuz he played in the bars
And kept young Rita out late at night
So, they married up in Abilene... lost a child in Tennessee
still, that love survived

(repeat chorus)

One of the boys in Eddie's band... took a shine to Rita's hands
so, Eddie ran off with the bass man's wife
Oh' but he was back by June... singin' a different tune
And sportin' Miss Rita back by his side

{And he sang}
(repeat chorus)

Eddie travelled with the barroom bands... till arthritis took his hands
now he sells insurance on the side
Oh Rita's got her house to keep... she writes dimestore novels of a love so sweet
and they dance to the radio late at night

(repeat chorus)
(repeat 1st verse)

{and they lived a life, a simple life}
They'd waltz the aisles of the five and dime
{and we can all go take a date}
And they'd waltz the aisles of the five and dime
07:30 192 10,29 0.10
12
Spin On A Red Brick Floor Lyrics
I could use a little spin on a red brick floor
in that crazy 'ol bar when Tim locks the door
Where the walls are gonna ring and the strings are gonna bend
and it's a buss on the cheek from all my old lovers again

Oh. the Blue Ridge mountains at the fall of the night
it sure feels good when you cross that line
I'll tip my cup and holler at the moon
I'll say-a-Great White North ... honey here's to you sleep tight ...

(chorus)
I've gone crazy on this road ... with all of this travellin alone,
but the asphalt is burnin' tonight ...
The New England Spring's been good to me
there's been warmth to lend and good lines to sing
But, how I miss my native tongue
'cause ... New York City sorta brings out the stupids in me

I've got one more stop down in Tennessee
My sweetheart is there just a-waitin' on me
Then it's on down the road kickin' East Texas dust
I'll catch my breath with that hot Houston neon buzzin'

(repeat chorus)

Oh, here comes a little spin on a red brick floor
it's a crazy 'ol bar and Tim's locked the door
The wall's are ringin', the strings are gonna bend
and it's a buss on the cheek from all my old lovers again
03:11 192 4,39 0.10