33. Have You Ever Seen The Rain? -- Creedence Clearwater Revival
34. Jet Airliner -- Steve Miller Band
35. The Twist -- Chubby Checker
36. Johnny B. Goode -- Chuck Berry
37. Over The Rainbow -- Judy Garland
38. Y’all Come Back Saloon -- Oak Ridge Boys
39. Big Wheels In the Moonlight -- Dan Seals
40. Big John -- Jimmy Dean
 
                                                           
33. Have You Ever Seen The Rain?by Creedence Clearwater Revival
        Biography    Buy at Creedence website
Someone told me long ago
there's a calm before the storm
I know, it's been comin' for some time
When it's over, so they say
it'll rain a sunny day
I know, shinin' down like water
 
I wanna know, have you ever seen the rain?
I wanna know, have you ever seen the rain Comin' down on a sunny day?
 
Yesterday and days before
sun is cold and rain is hard
I know, been that way
for all my time
'Til forever, on it goes through the circle,
fast and slow I know, it can't stop, I wonder
 
I wanna know, have you ever seen the rain?
I wanna know, have you ever seen the rain
Comin' down on a sunny day?
 
Yeah, I wanna know, have you ever seen the rain?
I wanna know, have you ever seen the rain
Comin' down on a sunny day?
 
 
34.  Jet Airliner   by Steve Miller Band 
Leavin' home, out on the road
I've been down before
Ridin' along on this big ol' jet plane
I've been thinkin' about my home
But my love light seems so far away
And I feel like it's all been done
Somebody's tryin' to make me stay
You know I've got to be movin' on
 
 
Oh oh, big ol' jet airliner
Don't carry me too far away
Oh oh, big ol' jet airliner
'Cause it's here that I've got to stay
 
 
Goodbye to all my friends at home
Goodbye to people I've trusted
I've got to go out and make my way
I might get rich, you know I might get busted
 
 
But my heart keeps calling me backwards
As I get on the 707Ridin' high, I got tears in my eyes
You know you got to go through hell before you get to heaven
 
 
Big ol' jet airliner
Don't carry me too far away
Oh oh, big ol' jet airliner
'Cause it's here that I've got to stay
 
 
Touchin' down in New England town
Feel the heat comin' down
I've got to keep on keepin' on
You know the big wheel keeps us spinnin' around
 
 
And I'm goin' with some hesitation
You know that I can surely see
That I don't want to get caught up in any of that
Funky kicks goin' down in the city
 
 
Big ol' jet airliner
Don't carry me too far away
Oh oh, big ol' jet airliner
'Cause it's here that I've got to stay
 
 
Oh oh, big ol' jet airliner
Don't carry me too far away
Oh oh, big ol' jet airliner
'Cause it's here that I've got to stay
 
 
Yeah, yeah yeah, yeahBig ol' jet airliner
Don't carry me too far away
Oh oh, big ol' jet airliner
'Cause it's here that I've got to stay
 
 
Oh oh, big ol' jet airliner
Carry me to my home
Oh oh, big ol' jet airliner
'Cause it's there that I belong



35. The Twist by Chubby Checker

Come on, baby, let's do the twist
Come on, baby, let's do the twist
Take me by my little hand and go like this
 
Yeah, twist, baby, baby
Twist, ooh yeah, just like this
Come on, little miss, and do the twist
 
My daddy is sleepin' and mama ain't around
Yeah, daddy's just sleepin' and mama ain't around
We're gonna twisty, twisty, twisty
Till we tear the house down
 
Come on and twist, yeah, baby
Twist, ooh yeah, just like this
Come on, little miss, and do the twist, yeah
 
Yeah, you should see my little sis
You should see my, my little sis
She really knows how to rock
She knows how to twist
 
Come on and twist, yeah, baby
Twist, ooh yeah, just like this
Come on, little miss, and do the twist
 
Yeah, rock on now
Yeah, twist on now, twist
 
 
36. Johnny B. Goode – Chuck Berry
 
Deep down in Louisiana close to New Orleans
Way back up in the woods among the evergreens
Stood a log cabin made of earth and wood
Where lived a country boy named Johnny B. Goode
He never ever learned to read or write so well
But he could play the guitar just like ringing a bell
 
Go go, go Johnny go go
Go Johnny go go,go Johnny go go
Go Johnny go go,
Johnny B. Goode
 
He use to carry his guitar in a gunny sack
And sit beneath the trees by the railroad track
Oh, the engineers used to see him sitting in the shade
Stroming with the rhythm that the drivers made
People passing by they would stop and say
Oh my, that little country boy could play
 
Go go, go Johnny go go
Go Johnny go go, go Johnny go go
Go Johnny go go, Johnny B. Goode
 
His mother told him someday you will be a man
And you will be the leader of a big old band
Many people comin' from miles around
To hear you play your music when the sun go down
Maybe someday your name will be in lights
Saying Johnny B. Goode tonight
 
Go go, go Johnny go
Go go Johnny go
go go go Johnny go
Go go Johnny go
go, Johnny B. Goode
 
 
 
37. Over The Rainbow   by Judy Garland
        Biography   Buy on Itunes      
Somewhere over the rainbow, way up high
There's a land that I heard of, once in a lullaby
 
Somewhere over the rainbow, skies are blue
And the dreams that you dare to dream,
really do come true
 
Someday I'll wish upon a star
And wake up where the clouds are far behind me
Where troubles melt like lemon drops
away above the chimney tops
That's where you'll find me
 
Somewhere over the rainbow, bluebirds fly
Birds fly over the rainbow, why then, oh why can't I?
 
Somewhere over the rainbow, bluebirds fly
Birds fly over the rainbow, why then, oh why can't I?
 
If happy little bluebirds fly beyond the rainbow
Why, oh why can't I?
 
38. Y’all Come Back Saloon  by Oak Ridge Boys
        Biography   Buy on Itunes      
She played tambourine with a silver jingle
And she must have known the words to at least a million tunes
But the one most requested by the man she knew as Cowboy
Was the late night benediction at the Y'all Come Back Saloon
 
In a voice soft and trembling, she'd sing her song to Cowboy
As a smoky halo circled round her raven hair
And all the fallen angels and pinball playing rounders
Stopped the games that they'd been playing for the losers evening prayer
 
Faded love and faded memories
How they linger in her mind
Miles and years played the Cowboy
Like an old melody out of tune and out of time
 
Every night in the shadows thinking back on Amarillo
He'd dream of better days and ask for faded love
Lifting high his glass in honor of the lady and her song
He paid his check then lonely walked that broken cowboy home
 
She played tambourine with a silver jingle
And she must have known the words to at least a million tunes
But the one most requested by the man she knew as Cowboy
Was the late night benediction at the Y'all Come Back Saloon
 
She played tambourine with a silver jingle
And she must have known the words to at least a million tunes
But the one most requested by the man she knew as Cowboy
Was the late night benediction at the Y'all Come Back Saloon
 
She played tambourine with a silver jingle
And she must have known the words to at least a million tunes
But the one most requested by the man she knew as Cowboy
Was the late night benediction at the Y'all Come Back Saloon
 
 
39. Big Wheels In the Moonlight by Dan Seals
I came from a town that was so small
You look both ways, you could see it all
All I wanted was some way out
Every evening I'd slip into town
And stand around by the caution light
And watch the big trucks rolling by
For me it was a beautiful sight
Big wheels in the moonlight
 
I had a case of wanderlust
I'd lie awake with the windows up
Out on Highway Fifty Nine
I could hear some big old diesel whine
She was going through all the gears
And headed out to who knows where
I fell asleep 'most every night
Dreaming about big wheels in the moonlight
 
And I want to put my life on the centerline
And I want to see the world before I die
And I know that there's a peace I'll never find'
Cause those big old wheels keep rolling through my mind
 
How I got here, it's hard to say
So many things got in my way
Can't complain about all I've got
Kids and a wife and a regular job
But at night when I'm sitting here
All alone in a living room chair
Sometimes I close my eyes
And see big wheels in the moonlight
 
And I want to put my life on the centerline
And I want to see the world before I die
And I know that there's a peace I'll never find
'Cause those big old wheels keep rolling through my mind
 
And I want to put my life on the centerline
And I want to see the world before I die
And I know that there's a peace I'll never find
'Cause those big old wheels keep rolling through my mind
'Cause those big old wheels keep rolling through my mind
 
40. Big John  by Jimmy Dean
        Biography    Buy on Itunes
 
Big John
Big John

Ev'ry mornin' at the mine you could see him arrive
He stood six foot six and weighed two forty five

Kinda broad at the shoulder and narrow at the hip
And everybody knew, ya didn't give no lip to Big John
(Big John, Big John)Big Bad John(Big John)
 
Nobody seemed to know where John called home
He just drifted into town and stayed all alone
He didn't say much, he kinda quiet and shy
And if you spoke at all, he just said, "Hi" to Big John
 
Somebody said he came from New Orleans
Where he got in a fight over a Cajun Queen
And a crashin' blow from a huge right hand
Sent a Louisiana fellow to the Promised Land, Big John
(Big John, Big John)Big Bad John(Big John)
 
Then came the day at the bottom of the mine
When a timber cracked and men started cryin'
Miners were prayin' and hearts beat fast
And everybody thought that they'd breathed their last, 'cept John
 
Through the dust and the smoke of this man made hell
Walked a giant of a man that the miners knew well
Grabbed a saggin' timber, gave out with a groan
And like a giant Oak tree, he just stood there alone, Big John
(Big John, Big John)Big Bad John(Big John)
 
And with all of his strength he gave a mighty shove
Then a miner yelled out, "There's a light up above"
And twenty men scrambled from a would-be grave
Now there's only one left down there to save, Big John
 
With jacks and timbers they started back down
Then came that rumble way down in the ground
And then smoke and gas belched out of that mine
Everybody knew it was the end of the line for Big John
(Big John, Big John)Big Bad John(Big John)
 
Now they never reopened that worthless pit
They just placed a marble stand in front of it
These few words are written on that stand
At the bottom of this mine lies a big, big man, Big John
(Big John, Big John)Big Bad John(Big John)
(Big John)Big Bad John
 

 

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