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GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT (Bobby George) Lee Hazlewood - 1968 See that old man sweepin' the floor The lines in his face show his soul The coffee shop is empty and I'm just killin' time I've still got a long way to go And the lonesomest place in the world I know Is four o'clock in the mornin' in a Greyhound bus depot I'd talk to the waitress, but she won't talk back And it seems like the whole world is cold And I've played that old jukebox till I've heard every song And time is still passin’ slow And the lonesomest place in the world I know Is four o'clock in the mornin' in a Greyhound bus depot Well ,I know she's with him, Lord, I know she's with him This thought keeps me on the road Got no destination, just gotta keep on movin' She chose him and someone had to go And the lonesomest place in the world I know Is four o'clock in the mornin' in a Greyhound bus depot SPOKEN: Look at her standin' there with chili all over her dress If I knew her better I'd give her a puppy (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - July 2012)

    


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