It’s a long way back It’s a heart attack It’s a long way back To you You leave your home Seeking sights unknown Finally on your own For a while So this young man fights Put his name up in lights Let him sign away his life For a song Teenage Idol Teenage Idol You’re […]
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You told me many times Watch out for what you got Hold on to what you want But I folded easily When it got to me I just couldn’t see I don’t know what I’d do If it got back to you And you felt it too Jealousy Envy You’re no stranger to me But […]
I can’t believe we thought it Would be alright to do it I have to say I’m surprised You seem so mild mannered While all the while we were Plotting behind kind eyes Shame on you, shame on you Shame on you, shame on me too What’s done is past now Myself I ask how […]
Almost done I’ve been waiting since Monday or Tuesday at least For some fun I think I see a little light at the end of the week Whatever happened to the endless summer and all the time in the world Fridays finished we can starting unwinding Saturday morning we’re free Sunday will be sorry to […]
If you ever wander down to the old part of town There’s a marquee that leans to one side And a box office window cloudy and dark in a lobby where an old usher hides There the street may suddenly fall silent And you might feel a faint tinge of fear Where once stood a […]
The flowers don’t grow unless she says they can The sun won’t rise until she waves her hand Electricity is in her veins And it pulls at me like that When I walk away I walk right back Horses and castles and stories of distant lands Move in her lips and the fingers on her […]
How does love survive How does love get by So many broken hearts and bitter memories How does love survive Does it worry does it cry Late at night when no one else can hear You promise you’ll be true And you do the things you do To make love grow into something strong and […]
This is one of the less obscure songs Paul Mahern and I chose for the ECHOES record. I knew the song from the Rolling Stones version. Paul played me the Marianne Faithfull version, which I’m sure I had heard at some point but didn’t remember. I’m not sure but this might be one of the […]
In Her Veins is a song I wrote for my lovely wife. Fortunately, she likes it. 🙂 Here is a video of me performing it live in the studio. Thank you to Jim Krause and his video production team at IU!
by Jason Wilber Summer vacation, North Ontario An old man telling stories To his young grandson CHORUS The Northern Lights might find a child And carry him away To the shining spiral arms of the milky way Aurora Borealis, Aurora Illinois That’s where my Dad lives Lied the lonely boy Go and tell your Dad […]
I see a long fence row and a house I know And a worn out path down a long dusty road I’m moving real slow, I don’t hear a sound Is it finally time to lay my body down I can smell the cooking a half a mile away I can see the yard where […]
I love to watch the wind in the locust trees And the way the sun feels so warm on me And on you too, and everyone who has come to sit Out in this lazy afternoon You swear you can smell those flowers bloom I believe you can I smell them too And the grass […]
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Much appreciation and big Thank You's to those of you who helped make this music video possible: Jim Jard, John Prine Band and Crew, Fiona Whelan Prine, Andrew Primus, Chris Drosin, Mitchell Drosin, Lemesa Erdman Jacques' talented husband Dave Jacques, Vance Buchanon, Patrick Boyle, Kenneth Blevins, Pat McLaughlin, Norman Wong & Jeannie Wong at 22O5 Promotions, Richard Leader, The Dorset Arms East Grinstead, Willie, Sandra, and everyone at Campbell's Tavern, the wonderful staff at The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Mahan Kalpa, Kate Siefker, White Arc Studios, Ben Lumsdaine, Glenn Myers, and anyone else I may have accidentally omitted. You all ROCK!