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John Mellencamp – Stones In My Passway lyrics

Well, I've got stones in my passway
And my road, it's black as night
Yeah, I got stones in my passway
And my road, it's black as night
I got some pains in my heart
And they're stealing my appetite

Well, I got a bird to whistle
I got a bird to sing
Yes, I got a bird to whistle
I got a bird to sing
I got a woman that I'm lovin'
But she don't mean a thing

You trying to take my life
All my money too
I say to you lady
What you trying to do?
I say please, hey let us be friends
You hear me howlin' in your passway, baby please let me in

Well, I got three legs to walk on
Baby, please don't block my road
Yes, I got three legs to walk on
Baby, please don't block my road
All of my friends have betrayed me
And I'm booked and I got to go



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