Swamp Witch Remaster Lyrics

Swamp Witch Remaster Lyrics

We’ve all heard the story of selling your soul to the devil. But what about selling your soul to the Swamp Witch. This is a  story written by Author Ward Kelley (of Divine Murder) for his children then later turned into a rock song which is played by Ellusion of Wardco Studios.  Listen to the lyrics to follow Bar Keep Johnnie and Jungle Jane go from poor to rich! They go down, way on down to the bayou to see the Swamp Witch. Johnnie’s now a big man, Janie’s now a looker, Look at them, oh damn!

Swamp Witch Lyrics

Bar Keep Johnnie
And Jungle Jane

He was scrawny.
She a little plain,

But they loved each other.
But they loved each other.

Take it,
Take it,
To the next level.

Easy to go from poor to rich,
Maybe bargain with the Devil,

And go down, go down,
Go way on down
To see the Swamp Witch.

Johnnie got a gun,
Janie got a wig,

This could be fun,
A new kind of gig.

And they loved each other.
And they loved each other.

Take it,
Take it,
To the next level.

Easy to go from poor to rich,
Maybe bargain with the Devil,

And go down, go down,
Go way on down
To see the Swamp Witch.

Down on the bayou,
Just go, go, go,

She has a strange fruit – oh!
Don’t go slow, slow, slow.

Swamp Witch,
Swamp Witch,
Notch up your courage
A hitch,

And listen to
The Swamp Witch!

Johnnie’s now a big man
Janie’s now a looker,

Look at them, oh damn!
Fruit is quicker than liquor!

And they loved each other.
And they loved each other.

Gimmie, gimmie, gimmie that fruit – oh!
Gimmie, gimmie, gimmie that fruit – oh!
Gimmie, gimmie, gimmie that fruit – oh!
Gimmie, gimmie, gimmie that fruit – oh!

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Bottle Angel Lyrics

Bottle Angel Lyrics

Bottle Angel

A man bases his life on drinking – doesn’t need a wife or friends, because he thinks he’s saved by the bottle. Then he meets a woman who turns his life around, and he realizes he was saved by his Bottle Angel.


Bottle Angel
(Gibson/Bates/Kelley 2017)
Verse 1
Wives come and go, they do,
friends rarely ever stay true,
when you’re feel’n downright blue,
downright blue,
you can always do what I do . . .
do what I do . . .

Chorus
I live my life full throttle,
never found a need to dawdle,
don’t have to be Aristotle
to know I’m saved, I’m saved, by the bottle.
Saved by the bottle.

Short Instrumental

Verse 2
I hate my work, have no clout,
my life’s a pain, so damn true.
When you’re feeling down & out,
feeling down & out,
you can always do what I do . . .
do what I do . . .

Chorus
I live my life full throttle,
never found a need to dawdle,
don’t have to be Aristotle
to know I’m saved, I’m saved, by the bottle.
Saved by the bottle.

Instrumental

Bridge
Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh,
Then she came into my life . . .
Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh,
An angel showed me how
to handle strife . . .
an angel saved me from myself,
an angel saved me from myself.

Chorus
I live my life full throttle,
never found a need to dawdle,
don’t have to be Aristotle
to know she saved me, saved me, from the bottle.
She saved me from the bottle,
She saved me from the bottle.
She saved me from the bottle.
American Roots Remade Playlist Cover vs Remake

American Roots Remade Playlist Cover vs Remake

What’s the difference in a cover song and a roots remake?

  • A roots remake is when the artists add their own twist or created a new song from to the original.
  • A cover song is when the artist or band perform the original a song written by another band in an attempt to emulate them.

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Some American Roots Remade are:

Ain’t Nobody’s Business was originally a 1920’s blues song that became one of the first blues standards. It was published in 1922 by Porter Grainger and Everett Robbins. Our Roots Remade is by Ellusion. Released 2018

Ain’t No Mountain High Enough is an R&B/soul song written by Nickolas Ashford & Valerie Simpson in 1966 for the Tamla label, a division of Motown. Our Roots Remade is by Dionne Bromfield. Released 2009

“The House of the Rising Sun” is a traditional folk song, sometimes called “Rising Sun Blues”. It tells of a life gone wrong in New Orleans and had a long history of being remade. Our Roots Remade is by Ellusion. Released 2018

“Hoochie Coochie Man” (originally titled “I’m Your Hoochie Cooche Man”)[b] is a blues standard written by Willie Dixon and first recorded by Muddy Waters in 1954. Our Roots Remade is by Eric Clapton. Released 2003.

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Stones by Jamie Linney aka Tayrn

Stones by Jamie Linney aka Tayrn

Jamie Linney aka ‘Tayrn’ (pronounced ‘Tay-ren’) is a hazel eyed singer/songwriter and producer from England. Tayrn released his first single ‘Stones’ (featuring Dave Thomas Junior) in January 2018 ‘An astonishing folk gem, ‘Stones’ is notable for its subtly voiced lyrical forays and precisely articulated rhythm, which add poise to the song’s inherent magnetism. Like a whisper in your ear ‘Stones’ is an intimate conversation that draws you in close’

Miss the high tide Miss the low light The simple things that hide I saw that couple from the plane At the baggage reclaim They said they had a nice life Living down by the coastline She told me when I wake up in the morning Iv already done enough to make her proud Darling thats the most at peace Iv ever felt Run your circles around me Cast your stones over me I miss December Miss her The simple things that hide What time you closing mate That machines just stole my note Can I stay with you Till my twitch stops Is that back door locked We could sleep in the back In the morning we’ll drive Out of this headspace Broken teeth and late night crashes Hoarse voice and a broken bandage She told me when I wake up in the morning Iv already done enough to make her proud Darling thats the most at peace Iv ever felt Run your circles around me Cast your stones over me Already done enough to make me proud.

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Find Stone on our playlist.

 

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Currently Working on Instrumental Playlist

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