John Cain
2012-09-30
Bob Dylan

Story

Recorded Live at the Life's A Good Gig Art and Music Festival Sept. 22, 2012.

John Cain, vocals-piano-harmonica, Grant Clarkson on bass, Marly Waak on drums

Lyrics

What's the matter with me
I don't have much to say
Daylight sneakin' through the window
And I'm still in this all-night cafe
Walkin' to and fro beneath the moon
Out to where the trucks are rollin' slow
To sit down on this bank of sand
And watch the river flow

Wish I was back in the city
Instead of this old bank of sand
With the sun beating down over the chimney tops
And the one I love so close at hand
If I had wings and I could fly
I know where I would go
But right now I'll just sit here so contentedly
And watch the river flow

People disagreeing on all just about everything, yeah
Makes you stop and all wonder why
Why only yesterday I saw somebody on the street
Who just couldn't help but cry
Oh, this ol' river keeps on rollin', though
No matter what gets in the way and which way the wind does blow
And as long as it does I'll just sit here
And watch the river flow




John Cain
2012-09-30
Duke Ellington

Story

Recorded live at the Life's A Good Gig Art and Music Festival Sept. 2012

John Cain on vocals and piano, Grant Clarkson on bass, Marly Waak on drums

Lyrics

Do nothin' till you hear from me
Pay no attention to what's said
Why people tear the seam of anyone's dream is over my head

Do nothin' till you hear from me
At least consider our romance
If you should take the word of others you've heard
Don't you know, I haven't a chance

True I've been seen with somebody new
But does that mean that I'm been untrue?
When we're apart the words in my heart reveal how I feel about you

Some kiss may cloud my memory
And others arms may hold a thrill
But please do nothin' till you hear from me
And baby you never will

John Cain
2012-09-30
Willy Dixon

Story

Recorded live at the Life's A Good Gig Art and Music Festival Sept. 2012

John Cain-vocals-piano-harmonica, Grant Clarkson on bass, Marly Waak on drums

Lyrics

Well, now everybody talkin' 'bout the seventh son
But in the whole round world there is only one
And I'm the one, yes, I'm the one, I'm the one, I'm the one
I'm the one they call the seventh son

Well, I can tell your future before it comes to pass
And I can do things for you that make your heart feel glad
Look at the skies and predict the rain
I can tell when a woman's got another man

I'm the one, yes, I'm the one, I'm the one, I'm the one
I'm the one they call the seventh son
Now I can hold you close and I can squeeze you tight
And I can make you cry for me both day and night

And I can heal the sick and even raise the dead
And make you little girls talk out of your head
I'm the one, yes, I'm the one, I'm the one, I'm the one
I'm the one they call the seventh son

Now I can talk these words that sound so sweet
I can make your little heart even skip a beat
I can take you, baby, hold you in my arms
And make the little girls talk out'a they heads



John Cain
2012-09-30
Johnny Mandel

Story

Recorded live at the Life's A Good Gig Art and Music Festival Sept. 2012

Grant Clarkson on bass

Marly Waak on drums

Lyrics

John Cain
2012-09-30

Story

Recorded live at the Life's A Good Gig Art and Music Festival Sept. 2012

Grant Clarkson on bass

Marly Waak on drums

Lyrics

Instrumental

John Cain
2012-09-20
Thelonius Monk

Story

Recorded live at the Life's A Good Gig Art and Music Festival Sept. 2012

John Cain-piano, Grant Clarkson on bass, Marly Waak on drums

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