The Devil Is a Lie
It's a solo acoustic guitar song that mentions the song Death Valley Rain which as far as I know is the song released in by Steve Wynn. Terri Tarantula wrote this song and released it inbut I prefer Barzelay's version because of his slight changes to the melody that make the song soar. Chorus Shaker shaker, start the car Shaker, shaker star Shaker shaker, start the car Shaker, shaker star Let's fall in love with a song Drums and guitar Drive around singin' Death Valley Rain Again Sky might drench tomorrow Flood the whole damn week Biblical commandment Ingnition contact with you with you Chorus This might sound unteathered The rope's got two ends like we do Take one and I'll take the other Ignition to contact with you with you Chorus. Straddled that Greyhound, rode him past Raleigh, On across Caroline. We had motor trouble it turned into a struggle, Half way 'cross Alabam, And that 'hound broke down and left us all stranded In downtown Birmingham. This is a great indie hard rocker from Black Francis of the Pixies about several Los Angeleses - one in So Cal, one in Chile, one in the futureand one in old movies. Sailin' and shorin' dancing the beta can-can making me foreign, aaaah yeah.
Adhere to The Devil Off. The Devil's all the rage the Details. Devil's Right Hand. The Devil's Right Hand. Ride Out [Deluxe Edition]. Driven By The Devil. Ball With the Devil. Devil, Get Along. Nes Tarot's Psycho Tropics.
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This song is currently unavailable in your area. If it wasn't for the east coast All these brothers wouldn't carry no piece, Joe What the fuck have you been tucking all the rage that cheap coat? You ain't by no means buck at shit, you a anaemic joke And I'm quick to accede to a G know I give a fuck - 'cuz I'm bigger than the streets, yo Bigger than those broke-ass heaters he tote Keep accurate, I suppose in a little bit, I'll be bigger than Jesus' banshee I'm this far, better than these rich star veterans Turn on my TV, and I be thinking where's the talent?