>1. WILD NIGHT
>2. (STRAIGHT TO YOUR HEART) LIKE A CANNONBALL
>3. OLD OLD WOODSTOCK
>4. STARTING A NEW LIFE
>5. YOU'RE MY WOMAN
>6. TUPELO HONEY
>7. I WANNA ROO YOU
>8. WHEN THAT EVENING SUN GOES DOWN
>9. MOONSHINE WHISKEY
1...WILD NIGHT... by Van Morrison
As you brush your shoes, and stand before the mirror.
And you comb your hair, and grab your coat and hat.
And you walk, wet streets, tryin' to re-member.
All the wild night breezes in your mem'ry, ever.
And ev'ry-thing looks so comp-lete,
When you're walkin' out on the street.
And the wind catches your feet; and sends you flyin', cryin'.
Ooh..ooh...ooh-wee, the wild night is calling.
And all the girls walk by, dressed up for each other.
And the boys do the Boogie-Woogie, on the corner of the street.
And the people passin' by, just stare in wild wonder.
And inside the juke-box roars out, just like thunder.
And the wind catches your feet;
And sends you flyin', cryin'.
Come on out and dance, come on out and make ro-mance.
The wild...night is calling,
The wild...night is calling.
2...STRAIGHT TO YOUR HEART LIKE A CANNONBALL... by Van Morrison
(Original Key: )
Well, you know, some-times, it gets so hard.
And everything, don't seem to rhyme.
I take a walk out in my backyard, and go;
Do do loo do do, do do loo do do,
Waiting for the sun to shine.
Well, you know, some-times, it gets so painful.
Just like talking, to your-self.
When everything don't seem to have,
No rhyme or reason, we all go;
We move a-long, keep singing our song;
Straight to your heart, like a cannonball.
La la ti da, la la ti da,
La la, la la la, la ti da.
Doo loo loo, loo loo loo loo, loo loo loo, loo.
Well, you know, every-day,
We hear it through the grapevine.
That's why I'm so tired of hearing it,
Through the grapevine any-more.
Because you hear it through the grapevine,
It's just a dirty rotten, waste of time, we go;
3...OLD OLD WOODSTOCK... by Van Morrison
Oh, don't it get you, get you when you're through?
Feel the breezes blow-ing, all around your coat.
Oh, don't it get you, when you gotta roam?
Hear the children sing-ing; "daddy's coming home".
Going down to old, old Wood-stock,
Feel the cool night breeze.
Going down to give my baby a squeeze.
Way behind the shady trees.
Here I come a swagger-ing, way on over the ridge.
See the water flow-ing, way beneath the bridge.
And my woman's wait-ing, by the kitchen door.
I'm driving a-long, in my old beat up car.
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4...STARTING A NEW LIFE... by Van Morrison
When I hear that robin sing, well, I know it's coming on spring;
Ooh-wee, and we're starting a new life.
I've been shovelling the snow away, working hard for my pay.
All I gotta say; is we're starting a new life.
We're gonna move, way on down the line.
Girl, we been standing in one place for too long a time.
When I hear that robin song, well, I know it won't be long.
Frank, I know we be-long, and we're starting a new life.
And we're starting a new life.
And we're starting a new life,
And we're starting a new life.
5...YOU'RE MY WOMAN... by Van Morrison
You're my woman,
And you're my woman.
You bore my child, Lord,
You bore my child, Lord.
I want to thank you,
I want to thank you.
And no one else will do, and no one else will do, and no one else will do.
Baby, it's you;
You are my sun-shine, I am your guiding light.
To like a ship out in the night, re-tur-ning for a light.
I love you,
I really love you.
My heart is for you,
My heart is for you.
I long to feel you,
I long to feel you.
And every time I do, and every time I do, and everytime I do.
And it's really real, the way I feel, it's really real. Lord have mercy.
Look in-to my eyes, look into my eyes, and you realise, and you realise,
It's really, really, really real.
In Kingston town, now,
In Kingston town now.
Walked up and down now,
Looked at the ground now.
You went in labour,
You went in labour.
And all our friends came through,
And all our friends came through,
And all our friends came through.
It's really, really, really real. Oh yeah.
And you're my woman,
6...TUPELO HONEY... by Van Morrison
You can take all the tea in China,
Put it in a big brown bag for me.
Sail right round all the seven oceans,
Drop it straight into the deep blue sea.
She's as sweet as Tupelo honey,
She's an angel of the first deg-ree.
Just like honey baby, from the bee.
You can't stop us on the road to freedom,
You can't keep us 'cos our eyes can see.
Men with insight, men in granite,
Knights in armor bent on chival-ry.
Sail it right round the seven oceans,
Drop it smack dab in the middle of the deep blue sea.
7...I WANNA ROO YOU... by Van Morrison
Twenty-third of De-cember, covered in snow,
You in the kit-chen, with the lights way down low.
I'm in the par-lour, playing my old gui-tar,
Speak-ing to you, dar-ling, to find out how you are.
I wanna roo you, wanna get through to you,
I wanna roo you, woo you to-night.
Come to me soft-ly, come to me quiet,
Know what I'm after; I'm gon -na try it.
Snow-storm's on the way, and we'll be stran-ded for a week,
Come o-ver to the wind-ow; look out-side, take a peek.
You know I am lonely, and in need of your company.
Oh, let your love light shine on; down on me.
And we can just sit here; look at the fire,
Watch the flames leap-ing, high-er and higher.
Tea on the stove, food in the pan,
Ain't going no-where and we don't have ma -ny plans.
Woo you to-night, pretty baby,
Woo you to-night, little darling.
Woo you to-night, alright,
Woo you to-night.
8...WHEN THE EVENING SUN GOES DOWN... by Van Morrison
I want you, be around, when that evening sun goes down.
I want you, be around, keep my both feet on the ground,
When that evening sun goes down.
I want you, understand, little girl take me by my hand.
I want you, understand; I wanna be your loving man,
If it's nice we'll go for a walk, a stroll in the clear moon-light;
Singing a song, won't take long, everything gonna be alright.
And I wanna hold you, oh so near, keep you, darling from all fear.
I wanna hold you, oh so near, nibble on your little ear,
When that evening sun goes down,
9...MOONSHINE WHISKEY... by Van Morrison
Oh, she give me moonshine whiskey, oh, she give me Southern love.
Deep in the heart of Texas; there beneath the stars above.
Oh, she give me Southern comfort, oh, she give me moonshine love.
Here I am riding on a train,
Just about thunderballs, down the line.
Just can't wait any longer:
See that little darling of mine,
See that little darling of...
She's my Texas sweetheart, part from Arkan-sas,
Then we're dancing across the floor.
And a band was playing, people were swayin' to and fro.
Streamline prome-nade, streamline prome-nade.
And I said; "wait a minute, wait a minute, wait a minute.
I'm gonna take a plane, come with me tonight".
Gonna put on my hot pants,
And promenade down Funky Broadway, 'till the cows come home.
La la la da, la da da, la la la da, la da da.
Oh, streamline prome-nade, promenade stream-line.
Streamline prome-nade, promenade stream-line.
Think I'm gonna promenade all night.
Listen, here we are, thinking about time,
When I re-sist, here and now.
And I just want to lie my feet on a river bed in-stead,
Can't wait any longer for the sign,
I want to get down some solid...
Time in the water.
Watch the fish, in the water.
Bubbles; watch the bubbles come up in the water.
Promenade stream-line, in the water,
Streamline prome-nade, get funky.
Promenade stream-line, funky as you want to be.
Streamline prome-nade, well, I feel alright to-night.
She give me... Southern love.
Southern love, Southern love.
Oh, she give me moonshine whiskey.
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