Country Wednesdays

by Farrow and the Peach Leaves

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We like to play Country music on Wednesdays.

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released January 1, 2017

Graham Farrow Knibb-Guitars, Banjo, Vocals
Leif Bo Bonfils-Bass, Vocals
Zach Peach- Drums, Vocals

Mixed and mastered by Zach Peach

Produced by Farrow and the Peach Leaves

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Track Name: Heart on Fire
Early in the evening as the sun’s going down
I’m looking for my baby but she can’t be found
My mind starts to run like a river
I get to wishing she would come around

Love ain’t nothing but a heart on fire
Love ain’t nothing but a burning flame
You can pour a little water, try to contain it
You can pour a little whiskey, it’s all the same

Leaves on the trees start turning colors
My little lover starts turning on me
When is the last time I seen my baby
All the way back when the leaves were green

Love ain’t nothing but a heart on fire
Love ain’t nothing but a burning flame
You can pour a little water, try to contain it
You can pour a little whiskey, it’s all the same
Track Name: Whiskey and Wine
I woke up feeling lonesome
I woke up feeling mean
I woke up in a hotel
Without her next to me

It is not the first time
Sure as hell won’t be the last
Got to get myself together
Got to put her in the past

I was drinking whiskey, she was drinking wine
No we wasn’t driving, but we chased down them white lines
I heard the devil was a woman, with whiskey and cocaine
She’ll rob you of your slumber, split your head like lumber, send you on your way

Set out with the sunrise
Twenty dollars and bloodshot eyes
I suppose that it don’t matter
What anyone implies
But I can not attest to, anybody else
Other people’s business is best kept to themselves

I was drinking whiskey, she was drinking wine
No we wasn’t driving, but we chased down them white lines
I heard the devil was a woman, with whiskey and cocaine
She’ll rob you of your slumber, split your head like lumber, send you on your way

Take me away train
To a land that’s far away
Maybe up to Virginia
Maybe down to L.A.

I got to get me somewhere
Nobody knows my name
Got to find me some shelter
Get me out of the pouring rain

I was drinking whiskey, she was drinking wine
No we wasn’t driving, but we chased down them white lines
I heard the devil was a woman, with whiskey and cocaine
She’ll rob you of your slumber, split your head like lumber, send you on your way
Track Name: Let it Roll
Well I know, I should just take a toke and let it go
But I think, take my money out the bank and just let it roll

Let it roll down the highway
Well I got a heavy load
This old wheel’s on fire
Going up in smoke
I’m gonna open it up and let it roll

It was all a dream, since you’re gone it seems it just ain’t real
Well I ain’t got much, but I got enough to just let it roll

Let it roll down the highway
Well I got a heavy load
This old wheel’s on fire
Going up in smoke
I’m gonna open it up and let it roll
Track Name: One Beer at a Time
The first come like rain
The next one it comes like a flood
And the last like a wave, crashing down upon the shore

Spend my last dollar
To pay off all of my debt
Well they take all my money, life’s a payday for everyone else

I couldn’t catch a break, like a runaway train
I couldn’t catch a cold in the winter rain
I couldn’t hold your hand, if you put it in mine
But life’s getting better, one beer at a time

Punch that time clock
Right down to my very last breath
That clock keeps on ticking, and I’m one day closer to death

Sun shining outdoors
But I just can’t get out of bed
That smoke and that drinking, it’s going straight to my head

I couldn’t catch a break, like a runaway train
I couldn’t catch a cold in the winter rain
I couldn’t hold your hand, if you put it in mine
But life’s getting better, one beer at a time
Track Name: Sweet Josephine
Saw you at the saloon
Sitting on your barstool
I was by the jukebox with my beer

Just looking at your brown hair
I didn’t mean to stare
At your tan skin shining like gold

Started with a sundress, ended with a caress
Down by that old oak tree in the shade
Blue jean country queen, right out of 1973
That’s my sweet Josephine

Smiling like a sunbeam
Kissing on the cheek
This old life feels more like a dream
The sound that’s in your mind
It might get lost sometimes
But you can always find it if you just get high

Started with a sundress, ended with a caress
Down by that old oak tree in the shade
Blue jean country queen, right out of 1973
That’s my sweet Josephine

Sweet Josephine
Don’t you ever leave
I’m down on my knee
Sweet Josephine
Track Name: Hollerin'
What you hollerin’ about sweet mama, you know I’m a fool
Only take one slip up for you to blow your cool

What you hollerin’ about sweet mama, don’t seem to matter none
Got to let your man out once in a while to have a little fun

What you hollerin’ about sweet mama, you know I’m your man
You’re like a horse to water that I got to lead by hand

What you hollerin’ about sweet mama, I’m about to take off and run
Gonna catch a ride on a freight train, lay out in that sweet Texas sun

What you hollerin’ about
Track Name: Small Town Way
The life that we were living, sure did get us down
Got so god damn busy, couldn’t put the bottle down

The drinking didn’t do nothing, except prolong the pain
Got to feeling like water, swirling down the drain

The pattern just continued, over and over I found
And like a carousel, that shit will come back around

And boy did it ever, like waking up from a dream
Suddenly I realized, I’d come apart at the seams

Well I want to get back, to that old home town
Highway 49, bring me on down
On the dashboard it says 110
Damn thing ain’t worked right, since I don’t know when
Well I’m driving to Nevada County today
I want to get treated in a small town way

Seems it don’t mean nothing, unless it’s made by yourself
In life those are the lessons, that offer the most help

People are so different, it’s what makes us beautiful
When them differences scare you, your true colors show

You gotta turn that mirror inward, take a hard look at yourself
Is it shortcomings in your own life, make you want to hold back someone else

It’s becoming disheartening, too much to withstand
So I’m a make for them foothills, just as fast as I can

Well I want to get back, to that old home town
Highway 49, bring me on down
On the dashboard it says 110
Damn thing ain’t worked right, since I don’t know when
Well I’m driving to Nevada County today
I want to get treated in a small town way

I want to kiss my mama, want to hug my pa
Want to see my brother, I miss them all

I want to see my cousins, my aunt and uncle too
Tell them all I love them, just because I do

I want to go fishing, I can just picture it
On the bank of that river, I’m already there in my mind

Want to go to the saloon, want to howl at the moon
Want to be with my good friends, until the night ends

Want to sit on the veranda, on a sunny day
Want to go to the Yuba, want to lay in the shade

Well I want to get back, to that old home town
Highway 49, bring me on down
On the dashboard it says 110
Damn thing ain’t worked right, since I don’t know when
Well I’m driving to Nevada County today
I want to get treated in a small town way
Track Name: Dreams Like Honey
Dreams like honey, dreams like honey when I sleep
All night I dream of you, you don’t even think about me

Dreams like honey, dreams like honey to me
It glows like amber, honey tastes so sweet

Dreams like honey, dreams like a honey bee
Flying from flower to flower, why can’t that be me