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I Watched the Devil Die

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lyrics

Well I went out last night. Well I went out last night. That moon was shining but something wasn’t right,
but It don’t matter anymore.
The Devil gets drunk all the time. The Devil gets drunk all the time. He ask you for a nickel and he’ll end up with all your dimes,
but I ain’t worried anymore.
I don’t mind all those things that you say, You want my soul mother - stay away! I don’t mind all those things you do,
cause today’s your dyin’ day.
I watched the devil die. Well I watched the devil die. Came down from his house with his Presidential eye,
and I ain’t worried anymore.
That Devil tried to get to me, devil tried to get to me. But it don’t matter cause I wasn’t listening,
and I ain’t worried anymore.
I don’t mind all those things that you say, You want my soul mother - stay away!
I don’t mind cause things gonna change,
today’s your dyin’ day.
If that devil tried to get to you, devil tried to get to you. Tell him you ain’t worried cause you know just, what he do.
It don’t matter anymore
I don’t like the way you do. No one likes the way you do. It’s too small for Satan like you,
I aint worried anymore.
I don’t mind all those things that you say, You want my soul mother - stay away! I don’t mind all those things you do,
cause today’s your dyin’ day.

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from I Watched the Devil Die, released March 8, 2005

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Chris Cotton San Francisco, California

Harkening back to the days when the distinction between blues and country was hopelessly blurred, rising Americana / blues guitarist Chris Cotton places his own stamp on roots styles ranging from the Piedmont to North Mississippi.

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