Ahab’s daughter taught him how to feel she settled on him like winter on the hill but when he tried to melt through her lies and catch the woman in her sighs she always opens up her eyes and leaves him naked in the bed how to love how to love and how to kill the memories that get between the words you say and who you wanna be he won’t come to you unless you let him go on and get him don’t let him go he won’t come to you unless you let him go on and get him honey don’t you wait until he’s gone you lose yourself counting lines on the road through ponderosa pines and how much quiet would you find if he were by your side but then again it’s nice sometimes to fall and hurt your leg and cry and not to have to crawl back home with needles in your spine how to love how to love and how to kill the memories that get between the words you say and who you wanna be he won’t come to you unless you let him go on and get him don’t let him go he won’t come to you unless you let him go on and get him honey don’t you wait until he’s gone sometimes all it takes is falling once to forget about your pain but then you turn around and run back to your home again he won’t come to you unless you let him go on and get him don’t let him go he won’t come to you unless you let him go on and get him honey don’t you wait until he’s gone.
The Tres Amigos present their hit single, “I Wanna Get Drunk.” (Justin Poindexter, 2012). The Tres Amigos are Sam Reider on Accordion, Eddie Ray Barbash on Saxophone/Washboard, and Justin Poindexter on Guitar. Cast: Gordon Sutton, Louise Sutton, Hayden Skigen, Amelia Allen. Crew: Jon Tanners – Producer, Alexandra Byer – Assistant Producer, Jared Soule – Director, Diana Peralta – Assistant Director, Roxanne Unger – Writer
The Tres Amigos celebrate the centennial of Woody Guthrie’s birth with a song that still resonates with the people of our country. Woody Guthrie was born on July 14th, 1912 in Okemah, Oklahoma. Over the decades, his songs have run around the world like a fast train on a well oiled track. They’ve become the folk song standards of the nation, known and performed in many languages throughout the world. Pretty Boy Floyd, Pastures of Plenty, Hard Travelin’, Deportees, Roll On Columbia, Vigilante Man and This Land Is Your Land are among the hundreds of his songs that have become staples in the canon of American music. (From woodyguthrie.com)