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River Of Time
Words by: Naomi Judd - Music by: John Jarvis


I'm holding back a flood of tears
Just thinking 'bout those happy years
Like all the good times that are no more
My love is gone...gone...gone forever more

Silence so deep only my soul can hear
Says now the past is what I fear
The future isn't what it used to be
Only today is all that's promised me

Flow on, river of time
Wash away the pain and heal my mind
Flow on, river of time
Carry me away
And leave it all far behind
Flow on river of time

We're all driven by the winds of change
Seems like nothing ever stays the same
It's fate that guides me around the bend
Life's forever beginning, beginning again

Flow on, river of time
Wash away the pain and heal my mind
Flow on, river of time
Carry me away
And leave it all far behind
Flow on river of time

Carry me away and heal my mind
Flow on river of time
Carry me away and heal my mind
Flow on river of time
Flow on
Carry me away and heal my mind
Flow on river of time
Flow on
Flow on river of time

Cadillac Red
Words and Music by Naomi Judd, J Jarvis and C. Brickhardt


Well, she's washed and polished
And full of high octane
Ridin' with the top down
Crusin' in the fast land
Her red hairs blowin' bright as a flame
Cadillac red's her name

(Chorus)

Cadillac red
Singin' as she passes by
Cadillac red
See that hillbilly fly
Catch her if you can
She can out run any man
Cadillac red

Her radio's loud and she's rollin' to the back beat
Her best girlfriends are all piled in the backseat
She's puttin her lipstick on
Cause' there's a Mustang blowin' his horn

(Repeat Chorus)

Hey, hey, Cadillac red
Hey, hey, Cadillac red
Hey, hey, Cadillac red
Hey, hey, Cadillac red












One Hundred And Two
Words and Music by Naomi Judd, Keith Sykes
and Robert Johnson


There's one hundred and one
Little reasons why
I should leave you here
Say goodbye
But I just can't seem
To say we're through
And the reasons why
Are one hundred and two

One hundred and one
Little tears fall
And every drop
Makes me feel so small
But as hard as I try
I can't leave you
And the reasons why, baby,
Are one hundred and two

I'm countin' up
The times I've cried
The times you'd leave
The times you lied
And everyday
I'm keeping score
When it all adds up
I need you more

One hundred and one
Lonely nights
You leave me here
Now, honey, that ain't right
But, still I forgive
Everything you do
And the reasons why
Are one hundred and two

Yeah, the reasons why baby
Are one hundred and two

There's one hundred and one
Little reasons why
But, one hundred and two
Keeps me by your side













Born To Be Blue
Words and Music by Mike Reid, Brent Maher and Mack David


Maybe I'm wrong
Maybe I'm right
Maybe I just don't know
Will I ever fall in love
And never have to worry
That I'm fallin' all alone?
Maybe it's true
I was just born to be blue
Maybe it's true
I was just born to be blue

They say everybody's got a someone
A sweet somebody to love
It might be fate or destiny
May be written in the stars above
But I can't help but wonder
After all that I've been through
Maybe my baby's nowhere to be found
And I was just born to be blue

Was I born to be unhappy?
Just to live on heartache street
Was I born to go to bed each night
And cry myself to sleep?
Can somebody out there help me?
Give me some kind of clue
Tell me I'm wrong, tell me I'm right
But, don't tell me I was born to be blue

They say nobody dies from a heartache
You can't drown in your own tears
But who wants to live in this world alone
Where minutes turn into years?
So I'd rather go down believin'
Suffer a heartache or two
Tell me I'm wrong, tell me I'm right
But, don't tell me I was born to be blue

Was I born to be blue?
Born just to cry?
Born to be alone 'til the day I die?

Somebody tell me

Was I born to be loved?
Born to be kissed?
Born to find the one to show me what I missed?

Was I born to be blue?
Born just to cry?
Born to be alone 'til the day I die?

Tell me, Mama

Was I born to be loved?
Born to be kissed?
Born to find the one to show me what I missed?



Guardian Angels
Words and Music by: Naomi Judd, John Jarvis and Don Schlitz


A hundred year old photograph
Stares out from a frame
And if you look real close you'll see
Our eyes are just the same
I never met them face to face
But I still know them well
From the stories
My dear grandma would tell

Elijah was a farmer
He knew how to make things grow
Fannie vowed she'd follow him
Wherever he would go
As things turned out they never left
Their small Kentucky farm
But he kept her fed
She kept him warm

(Chorus)

There my guardian angels
And I know they can see
Ev'ry step I take
They are watching over me
I might not know where I'm goin'
But I'm sure where I come from
There my guardian angels
And I'm their special one

Sometimes when I'm tired
I feel Elijah take my arm
He says, "Keep a-goin', hard work
Never did a body harm."
And when I'm really troubled
And I don't know what to do
Fannie whispers, "Just do your best, We're awful proud of you!"

(Chorus)

A hundred year old photograph
Stares out from a frame
And if you look real close you'll see
Our eyes are just the same


Rompin' Stompin' Blues
Words and Music by Naomi Judd and Don Schlitz


His letter came this morning
C.O.D.
Says he's found somebody
Who reminds him of me
He says he needs some space
That might be the case
Wasn't even man enough
To tell me to my face
I got the rompin', stompin'
Bad news blues

He stole my money
He stole my time
When he stole my heart
Honey, he really crossed that line
A major felony
Send out an A.P.B.
Go tell that thief of hearts
To bring it on back to me
I got the rompin', stompin'
Bad news blues

Well, come tonight
I'm steppin' out
Gonna sing and dance
Gonna shake and shout
Forget about ol' what's his name
You know two can play this game
Whatever it takes to lose
These rompin', stompin'
Bad news blues

Well, men are full of trouble
Girl, that ain't nothin' new
We ain't found nothin' better
And until the day we do
Sister friend, be wise
Just realize
Stay away from the ones
Who'll do you wrong and tell you lies
They'll give you the rompin', stompin'
Bad news blues

That's right
They'll give you the rompin', stompin'
Bad news blues








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