1. Someone (J. French) 

Don’t say your loves’s gone cause mine is still growing 

I just want some one whose love can be true 

Don’t say your love’s gone cause mine is still going 

 

I just want some one, that some one is you 

Tears filled our eyes when we said goodbye 

I didn’t mean it, I never will 

I want you to know, I’ve no heart of stone 

You can believe it, I love you still 

 

Don’t say your loves’s gone cause mine is still growing 

I just want some one whose love can be true 

Don’t say your love’s gone cause mine is still going 

I just want some one, that some one is you 

 

Memories survive like stars in the night 

And on your ceiling, I’ll never lose 

I want you tonight, holding you tight 

Are you needing, needing me too 

 

All these city lights, they won’t compromise 

How my heart can be so blue 

All these tears I cry, all alone at night 

Crying over you 

 

Don’t say your loves’s gone cause mine is still growing 

I just want some one whose love can be true 

Don’t say your love’s gone cause mine is still going 

I just want some one, that some one is you 

 

2. Just Another Day (P. Smithson) 

Pretty girl takes me home 

Lets me have my way 

Morning comes, baby’s gone 

Run off with my pay 

Some might call that hard luck 

For me it’s just another day 

 

Went to work, sent me home 

Nothing left to say 

Laid me off, cut me loose 

Poor man’s holiday 

Some might call that hard luck 

For me it’s just another day 

 

Mister Jim, pour me one 

I’ll pay you Saturday 

Jim said, no, “You gotta go 

You ain’t welcome here today” 

Some might call that hard luck 

For me it’s just another day 

 

Went to church, said a prayer 

Asked for better days 

Preacher said, “Sorry, boy 

Been too long away” 

Some might call that hard luck 

For me it’s just another day 

 

Pretty girl takes me home 

Lets me have my way 

Morning comes baby’s gone 

Run off with my pay 

Some might call that hard luck 

For me it’s just another day 

 

3. Hills of Old Kentucky (J. French) 

In the Hills of Old Kentucky 

Where I wandered as a child 

There were streams as fresh as new fallen snow 

And the honeysuckle grew strong and wild 

 

But then one night as we lay sleeping 

They brought in all those big machines 

And they changed the hills of Old Kentucky 

Forever in my dreams 

 

They took all that Kentucky coal 

For the Pennsylvania steel 

Dug up the load and left the holes 

As empty as  I feel 

And now the Hills of Old Kentucky 

Have been stolen away for one more automobile 

 

And now the moon, she weeps upon us 

Her tears fall into Kentucky soil 

For the dream of paradise that once was 

Has been lost in diesel, dust and foolish toil 

 

Cause they took all that Kentucky coal 

For their Pennsylvania steel 

Dug up the load and left the holes 

As empty as I feel 

And now the Hills of Old Kentucky 

Have been stolen away for one more automobile 

Stolen away for one more automobile 

 

4. Moving On (J. French) 

If I had the power, I would give you hope 

I would give you everything you need to get along 

But if you know me well girl, you know my hands are tied 

I have the best intentions, you know I always try 

 

But I’m moving on 

I can’t stay long 

I’m moving on, moving on 

 

I could make you breakfast, eggs, coffee, toast 

But if you seek perfection you know I ain’t the most 

I ain’t the most dependable man upon the earth 

But scratch a little deeper, you’ll see I have some worth 

 

But I’m moving on 

I can’t stay long 

I’m moving on, moving on 

 

We could build a tower, out beside the sea 

We could spend our hours, living in a dream 

 

See I’m moving on (I’m moving on) 

I can’t stay long (I can’t stay long) 

I’m moving on, moving on 

See I’m moving on (I’m moving on) 

I can’t stay long (I can’t stay long) 

I’m moving on, moving on 

 

5. Never Was One (P. Smithson, J. French) 

Never was one for staying on script 

Life for me has been one long trip 

Heading someplace, but I don’t know where 

Don’t even know if I’ll ever get there 

 

Never was one for walking the line 

Paying my dues or doing my time 

Rather be free to do as I please 

Ending each day down on my knees 

 

Never was one to stay alone at night 

Never want to settle for a leaner life 

Never was one to take a mental note 

Life’s too short for those 

 

Never was one for holding my tongue 

Been that way since I was young 

Hired and fired and laid off too 

Bought and sold and traded out for new 

 

Never was one for hanging around 

Soon I’m gonna leave this one horse town 

Loved and lost and been strung along 

Trial by fire will make you strong 

 

Never was one to stay alone at night 

Never want to settle for a leaner life 

Never was one to take a mental note 

Life’s too short for those 

 

6. Rough And Rocky Way (P. Smithson) 

Raised upon the preacher’s words 

Remember all the songs I heard 

Rugged Cross, Amazing Grace 

Lost my path along the way 

Stood my ground, I had my say 

Dodged the dogs and ran the race 

 

Left my home, dropped out of school 

Fell in love and played the fool 

Lessons hard are lessons learned 

Never could I settle down 

Another day, another town 

Another life at every turn 

 

Every night I close my eyes 

And again I realize 

That nothing’s as it ought to be 

And then I lay me down to sleep 

Pray the lord my soul to keep 

And if I die just let me say 

It’s been a rough and rocky way 

 

Living now my middle years 

Had my joys, I had my tears 

A million memories left behind 

But I’ll keep on keeping on 

Pack my bags and move along 

And find tomorrow down the line 

 

Every night I close my eyes 

And again I realize 

That nothing’s as it ought to be 

And then I lay me down to sleep 

Pray the lord my soul to keep 

And if I die just let me say 

It’s been a rough and rocky way 

 

Every night I close my eyes 

And again I realize 

That nothing’s as it ought to be 

And then I lay me down to sleep 

Pray the lord my soul to keep 

And if I die just let me say 

It’s been a rough and rocky way 

            But I’m still standing here today 

            Wouldn’t have it any other way 

            It’s been a rough and rocky way 

 

7. One Foot in the Graveyard (J. French, P. Smithson, J. Ramirez) 

One foot in the graveyard, one in chains 

Praying every night that I could live my life again 

One bad decision, one trigger pull 

One innocent man goes down before a fool 

Wish I could take that bullet back’s my every night refrain 

One foot in the graveyard, one in chains 

 

I can see my freedom in that tree line out the way 

I want to feel that sunlight on my face 

If I could be a bird and leave this God-forsaken place 

I would spread my wings and sail away…..sail away 

 

I tried to run, I tried to hide, I tried to flee 

But you know it’s just no use when the man was onto me 

Wish I was a baby Lord, I could live my life again 

Wish I was a snake so I could slide right out of my skin 

Stuck behind these cold walls, it’s driving me insane 

One foot in the graveyard, one in chains 

 

Another day, another sun begins to fall 

Another empty hour, shadows on the wall 

I count the bars, I count the footsteps down the hall 

Knowing everyday that it’s my fault….my own damn fault 

 

One foot in the graveyard, one in chains 

Praying every night that I could live my life again 

One bad decision, one trigger pull 

One innocent man goes down before a fool 

Wish I could take that bullet back’s my every night refrain 

One foot in the graveyard, one in chains. 

 

8. Showdown (J. French) 

Better get your guns, best get your knife 

Have you heard the news, troubles on the rise 

I might be wrong, but I might be right 

There’s gonna be a showdown tonight 

 

Dark clouds race, in the pale moonlight 

Dark Riders ride, there’s very little time 

So if it comes to a fight, stay right by my side 

There’s gonna be a showdown tonight 

 

Down to the river, we might find 

Just a little shelter, from the coming night 

But if we see trouble, don’t look back just ride 

There’s gonna be a showdown tonight 

 

I might be wrong, but what if I’m right 

There’s gonna be a showdown 

There’s gonna be a showdown 

There’s gonna be a showdown tonight 

 

9. Every Step (P. Smithson) 

You might think it’s all over 

You might think we are through 

But there’s something you should know, girl 

You can never run away from you 

You’re off looking for something better 

And I hope that’s what you find 

But there are no greener pastures 

Just the weeds you leave behind 

            For every step we take into tomorrow 

            Is built on where we stand today 

            And every day we spend, beg, steal, or borrow 

            Is just a day we leave behind 

            Every step and every time 

So I sit here in the shadows 

Of a dream I’d hoped we’d be 

All I have are old worn pictures 

Of the days of you and me 

But I’ll not be here forever 

Soon I’ll move on down the line 

Not pretending I’ll find better 

Than the weeds I leave behind 

            For every step we take into tomorrow 

            Is built on where we stand today 

            And every day we spend, beg, steal, or borrow 

            Is just a day we leave behind 

            Every step and every time 

 

10. Heading Home (P. Smithson) 

I’m taking back the life I own 

I’m taking back the life I own 

You won’t see me 

I’m heading home 

 

I’ve done my time 

I’ve paid my dues 

Damn near wore out 

My walking shoes 

Now all that’s left is nothing to lose 

 

I’m taking back the life I own 

I’m taking back the life I own 

You won’t see me 

I’m heading home 

 

Not once or twice 

But many more 

I’ve watched my love 

Walk out the door 

And kick my heart across the floor 

 

I’m taking back the life I own 

I’m taking back the life I own 

You won’t see me 

I’m heading home 

 

Don’t weep for me 

Don’t say goodbye 

When I’m gone 

You will know why 

May not have won, but at least I tried 

 

I’m taking back the life I own 

I’m taking back the life I own 

You won’t see me 

I’m heading home 

 

11. Don’t Come Crying (J. French) 

Wasn’t I always good to you baby? 

I never gave you any cause for grief 

Now you say you want some new horizons 

Well, I guess that’s my cue to leave 

 

Oh you better be careful darling 

Going where the grass looks green 

Cause when you find yourself on your knees 

Don’t come crying to me 

 

There’s a little bit of something missing 

Kinda like there’s a hole in your heart 

It ain’t hard to miss when you’re so distant 

So here’s a lesson if we should part 

 

Oh you better be careful baby 

Going where the grass looks green 

Cause when you cut yourself and your bleed 

Don’t come crying 

Don’t come crying to me 

 

I been thinking you been sneaking around it 

Faking feelings that you just don’t feel 

Got a world of trouble when you doubt it 

So come on out with it and make it real 

 

Oh you gotta watch out baby 

Going where the grass looks green 

Cause when the money gets low and lean 

Don’t come crying 

Don’t come crying 

Don’t come crying to me. 

 

12. We Were Happy Then (P. Smithson) 

We were happy then 

Shared a love we knew would never end 

More than lovers, we were best of friends 

We were happy then 

You know the seasons change 

I remember dancing in the summer rain 

Picking flowers when the spring began 

You know the seasons change 

            And the story that was meant to be 

            The one made up of you and me 

            Was one for the all the world to see but then 

            Soon there came the second part 

            The one where there’s a change of heart and then 

            There came the story’s end 

I had to let you go 

I watched you leave for reasons I don’t know 

There’s not a day that I don’t miss you so 

I had to let you go 

            And the story that was meant to be 

            The one made up of you and me 

            Was one for the all the world to see but then 

            Soon there came the second part 

            The one where there’s a change of heart and then 

            There came the story’s end 

We were happy then 

If I cross your mind when you look back again 

Do recall that you were my best friend 

We were happy then