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One Long Skid, Vol. 1 - Jon Clark

One Long Skid - Jon Clark

 

 

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"What's the rush?"

Two-Stroke Stan

09:37
Jon Clark
2011
Jon Clark

Lyrics

Two-Stroke Stan-music and lyrics Jon Clark © 2011 Row North Music

 

If you lose your way, find that old log’n road

One long skid through the slash

Straight down the run, take the ridge like he said

Brings you out to open sky

When you see that old Hardscrabble Road

Then you’re home, don’t you know

 

Two—two stroke Stan

Forty trees one man

Two—two stroke Stan

Never saw it coming, never ran

 

Two—two stroke Stan

Forty trees one man

Two—two stroke Stan

Never saw it coming, never ran

 

How many years, just been cut’n for a life

Yeah his daddy did it too

Take your pay when the day is done

Buy some jack to ease the pain

Sleep it off on the old Dodge seat

Wake up cold, just one boot on

 

Two—two stroke Stan

Forty trees one man

Two—two stroke Stan

Never saw it coming, never ran

 

Some close calls, only one that shows

What’s a scar without a tale

Wind that fights, stubborn pine won’t fall

Hung up luck, just for now

Turned his back on the devil’s tree

It came down the worst of all

 

Two—two stroke Stan

Forty trees one man

Two—two stroke Stan

Never saw it coming, never ran

 

In the wind, you can still hear that saw

Howl’in through the stand’n wood

Some may find, where that same old tree

Left be-hind just turned to dust

Take it back, then it all returns

laid him down to start again

 

Two—two stroke Stan

Forty trees one man

Two—two stroke Stan

Never saw it coming, never ran

Never saw it coming, never ran

Never saw it coming, never ran