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Soulbilly Music

(Stevie DuPree & The Delta Flyers)
November 11, 2012
Stevie DuPree, David Kealey, Trent Poole
I found ol Texas Shorty down by the railroad track.
He said, I hate this place, I’m leavin’ and I ain’t never comin back.
And I said, now wait a minute, Shorty, I can help you with your plight.
Try a little Soulbilly Music. It’ll make everything all right.

I ran into Cousin Maybelle over at the five and dime.
The blues had overcome her. Man, I swear it was a crime.
I said, Maybelle, honey, we need to give them blues a kick.
We’ll hit ‘em with some Soulbilly Music. That ought to do the trick.

Try a little Soulbilly Music. Try a little Soulbilly Music.
Just try a little Soulbilly Music. It’ll make everything all right.

It ain’t real complicated. It’s a simple recipe.
I tell you, it don’t cost nothing. The ingredients are free.

You take some roadhouse Boogie, add a taste of New Orleans.
Stir in some Texas Mojo, and a cup of JuJu beans.

Mix it up right nicely until it’s good and hot.
Have yourself a healthy taste and tell me what you got.

You got you some Soulbilly Music. Oooh, Soulbilly Music.
Just try a little Soulbilly Music. It’ll make everything all right.

So, if you’re sad and heavy hearted and don’t know what to do.
Can’t seem to get things started and you’re always feeling blue.
If your plate is piled with bad luck and you know you’ve had your fill.
Try a little Soulbilly Music. It’s sure to cure your ills.

Try a little Soulbilly Music. Try a little Soulbilly Music.
Just try a little Soulbilly Music. It’ll make everything all right.