Running down the road Make my get away Everything I told you Was just yesterday Yes, You know I'm off again Oh, and I've been told You were there beside me Running down the road. Walking down the street Meet me down the line Police car at my feet They were there on time Everybody's looking for Something to explode How can you afford the time Running down the road. My feet are getting tired My head begins to spin Who of us is dreaming You or me or him? Yes, You know I'm waiting While these times unfold Looking backward briefly Running down the road.
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Running Down the Road is the second studio album by American folk singer Arlo Guthrie. Guthrie's version of the traditional folk tune "Stealin'" was featured in the film Two-Lane Blacktop. The cover shows the artist upon a Triumph TR6 Trophy motorcycle which is also pictured in the album's 'gate'. All tracks composed by Arlo Guthrie; except where noted. Coming into Los Angeles" is the first song on Side Two of the original album. Side One. "Oklahoma Hills" - 3:26 (Woody Guthrie, Jack Guthrie).
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BPM Profile Running Down the Road. Album starts at 143BPM, ends at 131BPM (-12), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Arlo Guthrie. Every 100 Years - Live auf der Wartburg. 32¢/Postage Due. 2008. Hudson RiverFest - Nelson A. Rockefeller Park - NY, NY.
Running Down the Road. Although this album's "Coming in to Los Angeles" crossed Guthrie over and into the rock underground, especially via its performance at Woodstock, most of his third record is actually far more laid-back country-rock. Very much a production of its time, in a slightly negative sense, Running Down the Road features Guthrie employing the cream of . s top country-rock players as session men: Ry Cooder, James Burton, Clarence White, Jim Gordon, Gene Parsons, Jerry Scheff, and Chris Etheridge
Every Hand in the Land, 02:20. Wheel of Fortune, 02:30. Living in the Country, 03:18. Running Down the Road, 04:29.
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