Mr. Bad Luck

Album: Valleys of Neptune (2010)
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  • Look over yonder here come the blues
    The thirteenth of any time, powered by fools
    I can see 'em comin'
    Wearing a blue armoured coat
    You're sittin' here with your violins
    Hittin' wrong notes
    Look over yonder, he's comin' my way
    When he's around, I never have a happy day
    (you even bust my guitar strings)

    Look over yonder, look over yonder, look over yonder etc.

    Look over yonder
    Well, he's talkin' to my baby
    They found my peace pipe on her
    Now they're draggin' her away
    Lord knows we don't need a devil like him beatin' us around
    Well, he's knockin' on my door
    How my house is tumblin' down

    Now don't you come no closer
    The path is keepin' me bolder
    Wait by my door baby
    Unless you want to start another war
    Look over yonder, hey
    Look over yonder
    Look over yonder
    Look over yonder Writer/s: JIMI HENDRIX
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