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Lyrics to "Roadhouse Blues" song by The Doors: Yeah Yeah, keep your eyes on the road, your hand upon the wheel Keep your eyes on the road, your h. .This song came to life from one of jam sessions where Jim Morrison used to sing blues when he was drunk. One of the versions how this song was written is that the band wanted to make the ultimate bar song. Though The Doors usually didn't use bass, this song features Lonnie Mack on bass. Status Quo made a popular cover of this song included on their album "Piledriver" (1972).
Roadhouse Blues Lyrics. Oh keep your eyes on the road, your hands upon the wheel Keep your eyes on the road, your hands upon the wheel Yeah, we're going to the Roadhouse Gonna have a real A good time. Yeah, the back of the Roadhouse they got some bungalows Yeah, the back of the Roadhouse they got some bungalows And that's for the people who like to go down slow. Let it roll, baby roll Let it roll, baby roll Let it roll, baby roll Let it roll All night long About Roadhouse Blues. When Jim Morrison got drunk, he liked to sing Blues numbers at their jam sessions. They jammed on a lot of Blues numbers, and came up with this at one of the sessions. Its also believed It evolved from a jam session, where they were trying to make the ‘ultimate bar song’ as a joke.