Jesse Woodward

Jesse Woodward

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i wouldn't say a thing, i would sing 30 seconds of a song

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The Way I Fell For You

Written By: Jesse Woodward


Zippity do I was feeling blue
Did you see me around with out a clue?
Everyday was met with no comfort
Until the day I fell for you

Well now that I knew what a fool could do
When the whole world has you out of tune
Seems I must confess since the day that we met
This Poor boys had to pay his dues

Falling down like the sun into the ocean,
It ain’t a want I need what I found
Then the feeling so sweet over came the commotion
I swam into the moonlight and drowned

At the bottom you’ll see im full of emotion
I don’t have that old attitude
On the night we met, that moment I tripped
On my way I fell for you,
All the way I fell for you

Falling down like the sun into the ocean,
It ain’t a want I need what I found
Then the feeling so sweet over came the commotion
I swam into the moonlight and drowned

Now Love is on me im full of devotion
I don’t have that old attitude
On the night we met, that moment I tripped
On my way I fell for you,
All the way I fell for you

Honey(You've Got Me On My Knees)

Written By: Jesse Woodward

Alarm bells ringing
police car rolling down the street
now your lovin' is a crime
caught me running, running tryin' to hide

Honey you've got me on my knees
I'm cryin' back to my old used to be

Off to the station ain't no reasoning
to my my baby i didn't mean a thing
Now that your loving is a crime
found me guilty wearing chains im crying

Stepped right up to knock upon your door
instead i peeked through the window and i thought i saw
my baby honey, laying alone and cryin'
Laying alone and crying for me

Come on Be a Pal of Mine

Written By: Jesse Woodward

When i was in your town last week
i mean while i was in your town
fell like a fool as i lay next to you
i swore you'd be mine somehow

Lou-ou-ise it put my heart as ease
to see you come the mornin' light
When im in your town i mean
oh come on be a pal of mine

Workin' up the nerve no talkin' about it
i bet it crossed your mind
My debts ive settled so Explode out of your clothes
Oh come on be a pal of mine

When i was in your town last week
i mean while i was in your town
When im in your town i mean
oh come on be a pal of mine

When im in your town i mean
oh come on be a pal of mine
we'll do just fine
oh come on be a pal of mine

Locked-Up

Written By: Jesse Woodward

Up town they got a good old place
where all the men go to have their fun
all the women dance, they throw out their pants
but trouble you dont want none

Cuz downtown they got a big old jail
fit to home a hundred men
and if you fight you gonna spend the night
say thats where you'll end up in

now trouble seemed to follow old man Jones
everywhere he goes
he went up down when the sun went down
but then got himself into trouble you know

He locked-up Mama, He locked-up Mama
He locked-up way down town
then they locked him down
i believe he's found, in that jail-house

Now Suzie Sue was Jones' good gal
She's always lookin' out for him
she went uptown and she asked around
"Say, Fellas have you seen my man?"

All the boys said "Jones he sure was here
drinkin' that whiskey again,
Til he got in a fight early late last night
now he's down town in the pen"

Whatever You Will

Written By: Jesse Woodward

Love untold, Lies to be evolved, inside out of the old.

Do your eyes believe, all your mind perceives,
Can you conceive more than this world?

Blind to the whole, how long can it be ignored?
Lo and behold, hear the unheard

It is in your soul, you'll know the unknown

Well i don't mind the rain, I love you just the same
my darlin' dear even when i pours
i find calm in the heart of your storm

though i hope to hold peace
no matter what good i receive
a truth to keep hold
believe and its already so

It's in your soul, in the moment you'll know

Or call it too soon
but im already over the moon
has this ever happened to you?

It's something you can try to explain
but never quite tell
like a place without any name
call it whatever you will..

Winterful

Written By: Jesse Woodward

Swallowed pills to make me sane
But I can hear those voices still
All they do is make me ill
Why won’t they just go away?
So I close my eyes to see another day

Paranoid I hear a knock up on my door
But come sunshine or rain I don't wake at all

Winter seeps in and im stone cold
But In my sleep I wake into a different world
Such a magical place
All is wonderful
The dream im in I hope never fades
Felt the world beneath me crumble but I landed safe
What a way to fall
All is wonderful when winter falls

Wallowed in my wicked ways
Hollow now I’ve had my fill
I ain’t got nothing or time to kill
After you it’s all in vain
So I close my eyes don’t ever make me wake

The night you left, I cursed the day
When you wake up I’ll be dreaming so far away`
Such a magical place
All is wonderful

The rain keeps me in, it’s something strange
Underneath the sheets, I slip away
to escape it all
All is wonderful when winter falls
Wallowed in my wicked ways
Hollow now I’ve had my fill
I ain’t got nothing or time to kill
After you it’s all in vain
But I hope in time you’ll see something change
Paranoid I hear a knock up on my door
But come sunshine or rain I don't wake at all
Winter seeps in and I’m stone cold
But In my sleep I wake into a different world
All is wonderful when winter falls
There I’ll dream my youth away
So I close my eyes to see another day

Winterful

Written By: Jesse Woodward

Swallowed pills to make me sane
But I can hear those voices still
All they do is make me ill
Why won’t they just go away?
So I close my eyes to see another day

Paranoid I hear a knock up on my door
But come sunshine or rain I don't wake at all

Winter seeps in and im stone cold
But In my sleep I wake into a different world
Such a magical place
All is wonderful
The dream im in I hope never fades
Felt the world beneath me crumble but I landed safe
What a way to fall
All is wonderful when winter falls

Wallowed in my wicked ways
Hollow now I’ve had my fill
I ain’t got nothing or time to kill
After you it’s all in vain
So I close my eyes don’t ever make me wake

The night you left, I cursed the day
When you wake up I’ll be dreaming so far away`
Such a magical place
All is wonderful

The rain keeps me in, it’s something strange
Underneath the sheets, I slip away
to escape it all
All is wonderful when winter falls

Wallowed in my wicked ways
Hollow now I’ve had my fill
I ain’t got nothing or time to kill
After you it’s all in vain
But I hope in time you’ll see something change

Paranoid I hear a knock up on my door
But come sunshine or rain I don't wake at all

Winter seeps in and I’m stone cold
But In my sleep I wake into a different world
All is wonderful when winter falls
There I’ll dream my youth away
So I close my eyes to see another day

Goodbye Society

Written By: Jesse Woodward

I hear the reasons, the seasons are warm
I don’t believe ya, it’s not my problem
They’ve predicted a change it the air
From that pollution in the atmosphere

It’s the problems see I don’t understand
When you took so easily the solution from his hands

What of propriety?
And Stanley Meyers dream
If all your fuel was free
You could go where you please
You wouldn’t have to work
Wear that tie and shirt and Shovel no man’s dirt
Until your back it hurts!

Good bye society, Goodbye society
The man who hires me, you work and tire me
Good bye society, goodbye society,
Why don’t you fire me, I was born to break free

Mayans say there’s a change in the earth
The time has come for its re-birth
Now as it stands, as the times roll on
All I can hear, the same sad song being sung
Until we’re secrets, buried in the sand
And so far from what he had planned

When your plans lay foiled, And your tower falls,
Like the Telsa coil, and you can’t console
Another barrel of oil, And everyone revolts
then you’ll recoil, It’s out of your control

Goodbye society, goodbye society
We’re the minority, and the majority
Goodbye society, goodbye society,
Hey do you follow me, don’t you wish to be free?

The bird is still humming, when im outside
Hear him when im strumming June and July
Free the meter to save your sun
setting on the last generation

The same old story told, Now you’re boring me,
It aint news at all, how we can’t agree
On a single cause, Love for humanity
At least a peaceful war
That’s fought with words

We’re all carved on the same anvil
Why do we judge when we are all of just one blood?

When will you learn?

We fight a fight against the same evil
First for our freedom, and then to keep it from those who need love

It’s not just your earth

The precedence of all involved
Claimed they were not at fault

We’re more than your worth

So tired and tired of the same old song
And those who thought that they were never wrong
Fraught with despair and isolation,
The people prepared their own declaration

I hear the reasons, the seasons are warm,
But I don’t believe ya, it’s not my problem