Audio Files from Hoots Show
December 10, 2013
Lubricate the Death Machine - Song Notes
December 6, 2013
Blood on the Cotton Song Notes
Skooterz Show - Dec 7
Hoots Show Info 12.6.13
Like the Devil's Chasing Me - Song Notes
November 28, 2013
Seven Spanish Angels – Song Notes
Another Like You - Song Notes
My Days are Numbered - Song Notes
Whiskey and Blow
Entire Song in E other than the solos where we do a standard walk up to A and B for a typical 1-4-5 solo feel.
I was born on the Mason Dixon line
where the Klan still marched down Main Street and the rebel flag still flies.
And I guess a hundred fifty years just ain't enough damn time
to heal the hearts and mend the scars and leave it all behind.
Blood on the cotton sweat in in the dirt.
Chains that still bind, wounds that still hurt.
So hard for me to figure barely 50 years ago,
the greatest country in the world's in the shadow of Jim Crow.
A white man treat a black man like he ain't no man at all.
And if God made me and made you too, ain't no man should have to crawl.
When....when will it end? Lord, Lord set us free from all that sin!
Goddamn that Blood on the cotton sweat in in the dirt.
I pray my child's child knows a world without this fight.
This ignorance gone on too long. It's wrong on every side.
White man can you understand just how much from you done?
Black man will you take my hand and we can all move on?
From that blood on the cotton, sweat in the dirt.
Chains that still bind...wounds that still hurt.
Blood on the cotton, sweat in the dirt.
Chains that still bind... wounds that still hurt.