Lyrics

Country Mountain
(words and music by Bead)

I was born on a country mountain

Where the moon shone bright and true

And I had me a good life

And I hope my friends did too

When I shake the hand of Jesus

Lay a good book next to me

Cause I might need some good luck

Just to keep me company

I was born on a Sunday morning

When the sun came shining through

And I had me a good life

And I hope my friends did too

Solo

I was born on a country mountain

Where the stars shone bright and true

And I had me a good life

And I hope my friends did too

And I had me a good life

And I hope my friends did too


Just Like The Beatles
(words & music by Bead and Clare Murphy)

Taking it down and taking it slow

Where I’m going, I don’t know

Got my hat on and my brand new pair of boots

Heading Southbound, listening to the blues

Every time I see your face

Well it takes me back to that place

But your smile is fading fast

Now I need this journey to last

All my life (Don’t know why)

We’re gonna live like rock n roll

Stand up and tell ‘em where to go

We’re gonna live like rock n roll

Just like The Beatles and The Stones

Rolling Stones

Taking it down and taking it slow

Where I’m going, I just don’t know

Got my hat on and a brand new pair of boots

Driving Southbound, listening to the blues

All my life (Don’t know why)

We’re gonna live like rock n roll

Stand up and tell ‘em where to go

We’re gonna live like rock n roll

Just like The Beatles and The Stones

Rolling Stones


The Highway
(words and music by Bead)

Driving down the highway at speed

Got a million places to see

Don’t mind the rain or the sleet

See a rainbow through my windscreen

Are you ever gonna find time for me?

Are you ever gonna find time for me?

Driving down the highway at speed

Got a thousand horses at my feet

Don’t know whats next for you and me

Gotta slow it down so we can see

Are you ever gonna find time for me?

Are you ever gonna find time for me?

Don’t mind the rain

Don’t mind the rain

Let it fall

Don’t mind the rain

Don’t mind the rain

Let it fall


Black Irish Dogs
(words and music by Bead)

Theres a folksong in my ear

Theres a wild one gone from here

Theres a race horse on the track

Theres a monkey on my back

We belong to no one

We are strong as they come

Theres a scarecrow in the breeze

Theres an old man beggin’ please

Theres a newborn at your feet

Theres a riot on the street

We belong to no one

We are strong as they come

Like a bird that has flown

We’re a long way from home

Theres a jet trail in the sky

Theres a young boy asking why

Theres a suitcase on the floor

Theres a taxi at the door

We belong to no one

We are strong as they come

Like a bird that has flown

We’re a long way from home

We’re the Black Irish Dogs (they don’t want, they don’t want)

We’re the Black Irish Dogs (they don’t want, they don’t want, they don’t want)


No One Ever Told Me

(words and music by Bead)

Your words are like shivers that shoot through my spine
Your thoughts are like colours that glow in my mind
Your love is a river that flows like my blood
Your ghost is a shadow I’d chase if I could

And no one ever told me
The price I’d have to pay
And no one ever told me
I’d end up here today

Your heart is an ocean I swim everyday
Your dreams are the pictures I paint on the way

And no one ever told me
The price I’d have to pay
And no one ever told me
I’d end up here today


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