Simildenstr. Demo

by Danny Glisten

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With this recording I demonstrate that I exist and that I am willing to breathe for a living. If you have a label and want to make a tape or any other form of material stuff out of it, contact me. If you want to play steel guitar or trombone or whatever on my next recording, contact me. If you want me to play a door deal at your dive, contact me. If you want to say something nice, go ahead. If you don't like what I'm doing, mind your own business.

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released January 4, 2015

All songs except 6 by Danny Glisten. Recorded by Bärbel, Leipzig, 18 November 2014. I would like to thank Gabo for lending me his Guild D4 that I played throughout the entire recording and Frizi for giving me Bärbel's number.

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Track Name: Ride Me Down Easy
Ride me down easy Lord, ride me on down
Leave word in the dust where I lay
Say "I'm easy come, easy go and easy to love when i stay"

The highway she's hotter than nine kinds of hell
The rides, they's scarce as the rain
When you're down to your last shuck with nothin' to sell
And too far away from the train

Been a good month of Sundays and a guitar ago
Had a tall drink of yesterday's wine
Left a long string of friends, and some sheets in the wind
And some satisfied women behind

additional verses:

So it's one more door deal in more dive
And one more rat hole to crash in
And more morning that I curse my whole life
In one more town that I've been

Playing music is fun but my insurance bills
Climb higher than those hills
That stretch on the horizon by the end of the road
And another lonely day I have killed

Yeah, I've been to grad school, but I hope it doesn't show
Cause most the books I read, I wish I'd never known
But all the good people I met down the road
They sure have a place in my heart