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Slow Rollin' Low lyrics

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Billy Joe Shaver – Slow Rollin' Low lyrics

I've got a slow rollin' low
Ain't a mother would want me
Done got me so down, bent out of round
Don't know my head from my toes

There ain't a hand here to hold
Ain't a shoulder to cry on
Then a lesson to learn or a corner to turn
Twist the dyin' and me

Lord, I wanted to be
Something you could depend on
Lordy, Lord, woe and me
There ain't nobody would care

I've got a slow rollin' low
Forgot the words to my song
I ain't that just like a fool, who wanna ride
On them trains when the train is all gone

Lord, I wanted to be
Something you could depend on
Lordy, Lord, woe and me
There ain't nobody would care

I've got a slow rollin' low
Forgot the words to my song
I ain't that just like a fool, who wanna ride
On them trains when the train is all gone



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