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Southwind - Please Don't Hitchhike / Beside The Mountain FLAC album


Performer: Southwind
Genre: Rock / Pop music
Title: Please Don't Hitchhike / Beside The Mountain
Released: 1970
Style: Country Rock
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Please don't get nothing on it My Lord, my Lord (Yes) Please hand me the bazooka (Why, thank you) Bang, bang, bang, bang, bang (Haha) No blood on the couch, please (Brrah) Please, no blood on the couch (Yes) Sir, you got blood on the couch Can you hand me that machine gun? Sir, damn you, yeah. Get my gun, we 'bout to rob a Wells Fargo Got some broads, we need to get a whole carload With my dawgs, we pull up looking like a car show Smoke a blunt and then she get up off my narcos. Get my gun, we 'bout to rob a Wells Fargo (Whatever I said, I don't know what I said, I don't give a fuck, ah) Guns and broads, we need to get a whole carload (You gettin' this? You recording this?) With my dawgs, we pull up looking like a car show (Are you getting this?)

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If you don’t want to pay the ferry in Algeciras it is possible to sail to Africa, although unless you are extraordinairily lucky, you’ll have to go via the Cape Verde islands which are a stopover for many trans-atlantic sailors. They are between 10 and 14 days from Gibraltar. From there you’ll have to catch a new boat to get to Senegal which is three days away.

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A1 Please Don't Hitchhike
Written-By – Jim Pulte
2:10
B1 Beside The Mountain
Written-By – F.Brown, Jim Pulte
3:15

Credits

  • Producer – Skip Taylor

Notes

(From The Blue Thumb LP BTS 26
"What A Place To Land"