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Gene Clark
Gene Clark
2016年01月14日
Harold Eugene Clark, bekend van onder andere Dillard & Clark, The Byrds en later zijn solo carrière. Songs: oa 'The Radio Song' (Dillard & Clark), 'Don't Let Me Down' (Dillard & Clark), 'Fair And Tender Ladies' (met Carla Olson), 'Tried So Hard' en 'Hear The Wind' (Solo).

Dillard & Clark
'The Radio Song'

Fifteen miles from Memphis I think that was the sign
I'll be drivin' through tomorrow just to lose a worried mind
If I reach Colorado I won't look back where I've been
It seems so long since I have seen her; where will I begin?

Night before last walkin', facin' four rooms worth of floor
It isn't long since she's been gone but now I need her more
A wise man wrote what isn't there is what you want to find
So now I'll have to find her so that I won't lose my mind

I've listened to the radio all the music that is on
But every song they're playin' is about a love that's gone
A hundred thousand miles it seems since yesterday
It hasn't been that long but fate just lays it on that way

I've listened to the radio all the music that is on
But every song they're playin' is about a love that's gone
A hundred thousand miles it seems since yesterday
It hasn't been that long but fate just lays it on that way

Fifteen miles from Memphis I think that was the sign
I'll be drivin' through tomorrow just to lose a worried mind
If I reach Colorado I won't look back where I've been
It seems so long since I have seen her; where will I begin?


Dillard & Clark
'Don't Let Me Down'

Nobody ever loved me like she does
Ooh she does me, she does me good
And if somebody ever really loved me
Then she'd done me she done me good
Don't let me down
Don't let me down
Don't let me down
Don't let me down

I'm in love for the first time
And I know it's going to last
It's a love that lasts a lifetime
It's a love that has no past
Don't let me down
Don't let me down
Don't let me down
Don't let me down

And from the first time that she really done me
Ooh she done me. She done me good
I guess nobody ever really loved me
The way she done me
She done me good
Don't let me down
Don't let me down
Don't let me down
Don't let me down


Gene Clark and Carla Olson
'Fair And Tender Ladies

My daddy was a handsome gambler
He had a chain five miles long
On every link a heart did dangle
Of another maid he'd loved and wronged

He'd tell to you some loving story
He'd make you think he believed them true
But love grows cold as love grows older
And fades away like morning dew

I'd rather be in some dark hollow
Where the sun refused to shine
Than to live here in Missouri
With your memory always haunting my mind

Come all ye fair and tender ladies
Take warning how you court your men
They're like a star on a summer's morning
First they appear then they're gone again