Posted by: David Harley | September 10, 2020


Recently rediscovered version with some slide overdubbed.



Acoustic version recorded for Ian Semple’s show on Coast FM, but not actually used on that occasion.



And an old electric version.



Words & Music by David Harley, copyright 1987

I’ve got a woman on the Southside
Two more above the timberline
But it’s you, you, you
In my heart and on my mind

I followed you across the city
Anywhere your footprints led
But I just can’t stand to think of you
In that other man’s bed

I’m going across the river
To some bar where the lights don’t burn too bright
I might need you so bad right now
But I won’t even know your name by midnight

I’m leaving soon one morning
For any place my footsteps fall
If I can’t pay the fare
I’ll walk till I have to crawl

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