About "Never Been Rocked Enough" album:
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"Never Been Rocked Enough" by Delbert McClinton, which consists of 7 songs.
Can I Change My Mind
She didn't bat an eye
As I packed my bags to leave
Thought she would start to cry
And sit around my room and weep
But, oh, the girl, she fooled me this time
She acted like I was the last thing on her mind
I would like to start all over again
Baby, can I change my mind?
I just want to change my mind.
Good Man, Good Woman (Duet With Bonnie Raitt)
Hey, hey, hey, hey
Midnight, I'm wound up tight
Slowly comin' down in the daytime
I been lyin' low from work, hangin' over from the hurt from you, babe
But I'm gonna suffer through the strain 'til I get a
Better thing with you, Darlin', me and you
So hard to see so far ahead
When I can't seem to drag myself out of bed
Have A Little Faith In Me
When the road gets dark
And you can no longer see
Just let my love throw a spark baby
And have a little faith in me
And when the tears you cry
are all you can believe
Just give these loving arms a try baby
and have a little faith in me
I Used To Worry
Well, I used to worry where all my money had gone
'Til I wound up with nothing to spend my money on
I used to guard my time like diamonds and pearls
'Til I wound up with nothing but all the time in the world
Just to think I used to worry about things like that
I used to worry 'bout rich and skinny 'til I wound up poor and fat
Now days I kind of worry about things like that
Miss You Fever
Midnight, I stare at the ceiling.
For a long time
I can't get comfortable, girl.
Moonlight, like a spotlight,
Shining down on this
tangled mess I'm in, girl.
Oh, oh, oh,
I'm begging you please come back.
Oh, oh, oh,
Stir It Up
Stir it up, little darlin',
Stir it up, oh, yeah
Stir it up, little darlin'
It's been a long long time
Since I had you on my mind
Now you are here, it's so very clear
There's so much we can do
Just me and you
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