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Devil In A Sleeping Bag lyrics

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Willie Nelson – Devil In A Sleeping Bag lyrics

We were headed home in Austin caught pneumonia on the road
Taking it home to Connie and the kids
A wheel ran off and jumped a railroad then ran through a grocery store
If you want to buy a bus I'm taking bids
And the devil shivered in his sleeping bag
He said traveling on the road is such a drag
If we can make it home by Friday we can brag
And the devil shivered in his sleeping bag
[ guitar ]
Well I just got back from New York City Kris and Rita done it all
Raw perfection there for all the world to see
Lord I heard an angel singing in the Philharmonic Hall
Rita Coolidge Rita Coolidge cleft for me
And the devil shivered...
And the devil shivered in his sleeping bag



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