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Farmer and The Devil ~ Rudy jr. & Lace (Cover Nix & PRD Vocals)

Traces Of Lace on March 06, 2013 06:10

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    My appreciation to Rudy jr. for joining me in this little bit of Heaven and Hell. Thank you for singing with me, Rudy, and for that killer bass line! POPPY!!!

    You may find Rudy jr. of Rudy jr. & The LovePirates @ Rudy jr. &The LovePirates.

    Farmer and The Devil - Cover by Rudy jr. & Lace
    (Original track by NIX/PRDVocals)
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    Lyrics

    The tired aged devil sat by the road
    He must have been more than ten thousand years old
    His clothes were dusty, his whiskers a mess
    He looked so bored and oozed distress

    He yelled at a woe-man,
    hey where do you go with such haste?

    My husbands plow is broken and needs replaced

    No need to hurry while the sun is still high
    Come on over here and rest for a while

    No good can come of this
    the farmer's wife thought to herself
    this poor guy needs a friend
    and so it happened then
    she sat and listened when
    the devil started telling his tale

    You see in the beginning, I was a good friend with God
    I made the wild wolfs, he created the swans
    All worked fine till I messed up with a lie
    then he got mad and shut me out of his life

    What will come out of this
    the farmer's wife thought to herself
    How will this story end
    and so it happened then
    she sat and listened while
    the devil kept telling his tale

    I'm sick of my mansion, that big fire place
    of loud chamber music and slaves wrapped up in chains

    our lives are just hard work, said the farmer's wife
    all day with bent back, just constantly more strife

    So why don't we switch our live’s starting today
    You guys tend the fire, make mischief and play…all day

    OK then lets make this deal
    but be aware our dog Gabby
    she barks at times
    all the time
    I told you
    and sometimes she bites
    ouch!
    i told you
    yeah

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