I'll tell you 'bout the heartache and the, loss of God. I'll tell you 'bout the hopeless night. The meager food for souls forgot. I'll tell you 'bout the maiden with wrought iron soul. I'll tell ...
I'll tell you this, no eternal reward will forgive us now. For wasting the dawn. I'll tell you 'bout Texas Radio and the Big Beat. Soft driven, slow and mad, like some new language. Now listen to this and I'll tell you about the Texas. I'll tell you about the Texas, radio. I'll tell you 'bout the hopeless night. Wandering the western dream.
Jim Morrison and Ray Manzarek both heard Wolfman Jack on one. This is a spoken word piece of Jim Morrison's poetry accompanied by John Densmore's drums. Morrison wrote the lyrics years before this was recorded, and used to perform it as a poem. The verse, "Comes out of the Virginia swamps cool and slow with plenty of precision with a back beat ...
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