Open Folk - Volumen I

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Adriel Castillo Bianchi Son unos genios muchachos.
Amo el folk y ustedes lo interpretan al 100%. Favorite track: Walking Man.
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1.
You say jump, I say how high Exactly you want me to jump to And you say walk, I will walk To the end of the line and back to you I Am Steve and I'm your walking man Yes, I am You say boy, do you really love me? Well, I ain't got much words to say Let me write my answer Down in the sand by the waves I Am Steve and I'm your riding man Yes, I am I Am Steveand I'm your walking man Yes, I am If you want me to stay I'll stash my sleeping roll under your bed That says more than anything In my life I ever said I Am Steve and I'm your staying man Yes, I am I Am Steve and I'm your riding man Yes, I am I Am Steve and I'm your walking man Yes, I am
2.
Well, if you’re travelin’ to the north country fair Where the winds hit heavy on the borderline Remember me to one who lives there She once was a true love of mine Well, if you go where the snowflakes storm When the rivers freeze and summer ends Please see if she has a coat so warm To keep her from the howlin’ winds Please see if her hair is hanging long, If it rolls and flows all down her breast. Please see for me if her hair is hanging long, That’s the way I remember her best. I’m a-wonderin’ if she remembers me at all Many times I’ve often prayed In the darkness of my night In the brightness of my day So if you’re travelin’ to the north country fair Where the winds hit heavy on the borderline Remember me to the one who lives there She once was a true love of mine
3.
What are they doing in heaven today, Where sin and sorrow are all done away? Peace abounds like a river, they say. What are they doing right now? I'm thinking of friends whom I used to know, Who lived and suffered in this world below But they've gone off to heaven, but I want to know What are they doing right now? Oh, what are they doing in heaven today, Where sin and sorrow are all done away? Peace abounds like a river, they say. Oh, what are they doing right now? There's some whose hearts were burdened with care They paid for their moment with fighting and tears But they clung to the cross with trembling and fear But what are they doing right now? What are they doing in heaven today, Where sin and sorrow are all done away? Peace abounds like a river, they say. What are they doing right now?
4.
Hang me, oh hand me I'll be dead and gone Hang me, oh hang me I'll be dead and gone Wouldn't mind the hanging But the layin' in a grave so long, poor boy I been all around this world I been all 'round cape Gigardeau Parts of Arkansas All around cape Giradeau Parts of Arkansas Got so god damn hungry I could hide behind a straw, poor boy I been all around this world Went up on a mountain There i made my stand Went up on a mountain There i made my stand Rifle on my shoulder And a dagger in my hand, poor boy I been all around this world So hang me, oh hang me I'll be dead and gone Hang me, oh hang me And i'll be dead and gone I wouldn't mind the hanging But the layin' in a grave so long, poor boy I been all around this world Put the rope around my neck And hung me up so high Put the rope around my neck Hung me up so high Last words i heard 'em say Won't be long now for you die, poor boy I been all around this world So hang me, oh hang me I'll be dead and gone Hang me, oh hang me I'll be dead and gone I wouldn't mind the hanging But the layin' in a grave, poor boy I been all around this world
5.
You cheated me and made me lonely I tried to be your very own There'll be a day you'll want me only But when I leave, I'll be a long time gone Be a long time gone Be a long time gone Yes, when I leave, I'll be a long time gone You're gonna be sad, you're gonna be weepin' You're gonna be blue and all alone You'll regret the day you seen me leavin' 'Cause when I leave, I'll be a long time gone Be a long time gone Be a long time gone Yes, when I leave, I'll be a long time gone You'll see my face through tears and sorrow You'll miss the love you called your own Baby, there'll be no tomorrow 'Cause when I leave, I'll be a long time gone Be a long time gone Be a long time gone Yes, when I leave, I'll be a long time gone
6.
Be your husband if you'll be my wife Be your husband if you'll be my wife Be your husband if you'll be my wife Love you and all i know you for the rest of your life yeah If you wanted that I'll be your man If you wanted that I'll be your man If you wanted that I'll be your man I will love you baby the best I can Oh mama love me good Oh mama now love me good Oh mama love me good Oh mama now love me good Stick the promise that you said to me Stick the promise that you said to me Stick the promise that you said to me That you stay away from Johnny lee yeah Don't treat me so doggone mean Don't treat me so doggone mean yeah Don't treat me so doggone mean Oh, You're the meanest woman I’ve ever seen Oh mama love me good Oh mama now love me good Oh mama love me good Oh mama now love me good Be your husband if you'll be my wife Be your husband if you'll be my wife
7.
Won't you scratch my itch sweet Annie Rich And welcome me back to town Come out on your porch or I'll step into your parlour And I'll tell you how it all went down Out with the truckers and the kickers and the cowboy angels And a good saloon in every single town I remember something you once told me And I'll be damned if it did not come true Twenty thousand roads I went down, down, down And they all lead me straight back home to you 'Cause I headed West to grow up with the country Across those prairies with those waves of grain And I saw my devil, and I saw my deep blue sea And I thought about a calico bonnet from Cheyenne to Tennessee We flew straight across that river bridge, last night half past two The switch-man wave his lantern goodbye and good day as we went roling through Billboards and truck stops pass by the grievous angel And now I know just what I have to do And the man on the radio won't leave me alone He wants to take my money for something that I've never been shown And I saw my devil, and I saw my deep blue see And I thought about a calico bonnet from Cheyenne to Tennessee The news I could bring I met up with the king On his head an amphetamine crown He talked about unbuckling that old bible belt And head out for some desert town Out with the truckers and the kickers and the cowboy angels And a good saloon in every single town And I remember something you once told me I'll be damned if it did not come true Twenty thousand roads I went down, down, down And they all lead me straight back home to you Twenty thousand roads I went down, down, down And they all lead me straight back home to you
8.
Out here in the fields I fight for my meals I get my back into my living I don't need to fight To prove I'm right I don't need to be forgiven Don't cry Don't raise your eyes It's only teenage wasteland Sally, take my hand Travel south crossland Put out the fire Don't look past my shoulder The exodus is here The happy ones are near Let's get together Before we get much older Teenage wasteland It's only teenage wasteland Teenage wasteland They're all wasted!
9.
Up all night I could not sleep The whiskey that I drank was cheap With shakin' hands I went and I lit up my last cigarette Well the sun came, the night had fled And sleepy eyed I reached my bed I saw you sleepy dreamin' there all covered and warm South City midnight lady I'm much obliged indeed You sure have saved this man whose soul was in need I thought there was no reason For all these things I do But the smile that I sent out returned with you When day has left the night behind And shadows roll across my mind I sometimes find myself alone out walkin' the streets Yes, and when I'm feelin' down and blue Then all I do is think of you And all my foolish problems seem to fade away South City midnight lady I'm much obliged indeed You sure have saved this man whose soul was in need I thought there was no reason For all these things I do But the smile that I sent out returned with you
10.
Nobody knows about the jailhouse blues Till you get within four walls And the old jailerman turns that big black key That’s when your spirit falls Then you drag yourself up to the bars And while you gaze out at the stars This is what you say Why did I stray from the righteous path Nobody knows but me There on the outside you all can laugh I don’t need your sympathy For after I’ve paid for the liquor I’ve sold I’ll leave this place with my weight in gold So why did I stray from the righteous path Nobody knows but me Nobody knows but me When you realize that you’re all alone Sittin’ by a two-by-four That little cell is just a taste of hell If you ain’t been there before You’re locked up tight but they treat you fair You get everything that you need in there That’s just why you say Why did I stray from the righteous path Nobody knows but me There on the outside you all can laugh I don’t need your sympathy For after I’ve paid for the liquor I’ve sold I’ll leave this place worth my weight in gold So why did I stray from the righteous path Nobody knows but me
11.
Hey, hey Cripple Creek ferry Butting through the overhanging trees Make way for the Cripple Creek ferry The waters going down it's a mighty tight squeeze. All alone the captain stands Hasn't heard from his deck hands. The gambler tips his hat and walks towards the door. It's the second half of the cruise. And you know he hates to lose. Hey, hey Cripple Creek ferry Butting through the overhanging trees Make way for the Cripple Creek ferry The waters going down it's a mighty tight squeeze.
12.
Ella corre a abrir la puerta con el vestido de ayer y tendré sus brazos a través de mi alegría por volverte a ver. Enciendo los faroles casa del amanecer. Ella está con el papel temblándole en las manos, besando el cristal. Hablamos un rato de Río de los campos de Santa Fe viendo y riendo nuestro frío se fue. Oímos un par de nuestros discos vimos un rato de T.V. y alguien de afuera nos llamó después. Ya es hora de irnos nos espera el tren.

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GRACIAS...
A cada uno de los músicos que participaron en los ciclos Nights - Nahuel del Monte, Famila y Peces del Monte - Beto Martinez - Támesis - los tabaleros - Estudio Del Monte - Paco gallardo, Nacho Rebaudengo y Exiles Records - Maic De Martini - Nacho Diaz - Escuela de Blues - Sofía Carmona - Rocío Frigerio - Leitmotiv - La Casa del Árbol - El Gorrión Negro - Multiespacio Korova - El Universal espacio cultural -
Bob Dylan y Llewyn Davis.

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released December 10, 2015

Grabado en Estudio Del Monte & Open Folk Records por Fede Petro y Nahuel Del Monte
Producción y Mezcla por Fede Petro. Mastering por Lucas Schafer
Editado por Exiles Records. Fotografía por Rocío Frigerio. Arte por Martina Galarza

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