I said the Rising Sun just stole my girl away The Rising Sun just stole my girl away The Rising Sun just stole my girl Gonna catch a plane and steal her back again The Rising Sun just stole my girl away, Rosaline I have loved you From the steeple to the streets of Rome And I know, Ah yes I know, what’s goin’ down They will come When it’s early And breathe to me your last goodbye And our long, long love is finally drowned, Teenage dreams Satin tresses Lie deserted all along the strand And the ferryman has poled his way off home Angels screamed In those evenings When I promised you my dying days And my heart hatched its treasons to run, And Ah These latter days I’m fed on distant rumours But third-hand news is news enough For hopeless dream consumers, Quite at ease In an armchair Steaming coffee standing on my knee I can still hear you whispering when the fire sighs Rosaline How I have loved you With a careless kind of vanity As they turned you around And split us apart And like a fool I ran from the start And in the end they told much smoother lies, Saturday night Saturday night Saturday night Saturday night, Saturday night’s already old Walking into Sunday, and I find All desires are cold I could walk forever, I don’t mind Show me a light, your company Goes a little way to help me see The path on which I’m bound Rather than the things I leave behind, I’ve got the keys to the city Baby I can feel my luck I got two days’ money If you light me up This heart will shine on, “L’esclavage D’amour It will be ours forevermore” Words we both recall Either from a lover, or the law Saturday night, my steps have shown I can walk away from all I’ve know Goodnight, my friend, goodbye Remember what they say, When you’re alone, laugh or die, Hammer down the open road Steel pigs my only load Country songs are always playin’ He’s a goin’, she’s a staying Briquets keep the fires burning Diesel keeps the wheels turning Hikers on the edge of town Start off young and end up learning. Fun music facts, trivia, jokes, lyrics stuff about Cold Chisel on amiright. Yeah lucky, I wanna believe There’ll come a point in time I’ll face all my demons That tempt all mankind Find absolution Before it’s too late To break these chains Start a clean slate, The good book says the flesh is weak Please believe me if you can It’s attention I seek And I am but a man I might get lucky…. acoustic sets, although the original Cold Chisel song was in A. I?ve also included some extra notes in the chords to help pick (^) out the bass line. Khe Sanh lyrics video from Cold Chisel's 2011 Light the Nitro tour. Told in the first person, Walker’s lyrics describe the frustrated and unsettled life of a returned Vietnam veteran. When the sun goes down, Uh oh, here she comes Hot shoes and China son Every boy’s like a loaded gun Watchin’ her go by Oil tankers goin’ out to sea They’re all workin’ for the company Oh baby, I better be with you, Uh oh, see your thigh Hot shoes, a China sky See it now before you die She’s everything she seems She’s the Queen of the waterfall I pay back her mother and her son What else can a poor boy do, but dream (Poor boy do), This crazy idleness Working through on a tiny desk Only hanging on ’till the sun goes down Loneliness, oh loneliness What she sees, I’ll never guess And nothing ever shows ’till the sun goes down Not until the sun goes, Oh, when the sun goes down (When the sun goes down) Oh, when the sun goes down (When the sun goes down) Oh, when the sun goes down (Oh! You got nothing I want You got nothing I need. . All Rights Reserved. It had chart success from the late 70s up until their most recent album releases since 2011, with nine albums making the Australian top ten. 4 von Cold Chisel; The Live Tapes - Vol. . . To Terra Incognito Anno Domini Hits the libido Bal-a-Versailles, People say it’s an animal thing A whisper of alien air People say you’re a fool if you fall in love I say yeah, yeah, yeah, Dogs are barking, The caravanserai Rolls on, through the night Bal-a-Versailles, People say all the usual things Talkin’ and kissin’ the air People say you’re a fool if you fall in love I say yeah, yeah, yeah, Reason for living Reason to die Take it as given Bal-a-Versailles, Losin’ myself nightly No-one’s tellin’ me just where you are Got me like a fever And movin’ like you’ve got too far Used to shine so brightly All is fadin’ now as time goes on Just when I think I hear you I look around and you’ll be gone, You got this thing for leavin’ Just as I’m about to really know someone I’d like to help you with your searchin’ Don’t you know you’re not the only one, Hangin’ all alone With your best kept lies Say you’re comin’ home Give it one more try, You let me know discretely I ain’t nothin’ when you’re not with me Once I’d have to call ya Now all that’s left’s a mystery Sayin’ goodbyes only Gonna leave me wonderin’ endlessly Were you really here Or someone I am Yet to see, Listen now to the wind babe Listen now to the rain Feel that water lickin’ at my feet again I don’t wanna see this town no more Wastin’ my days on a factory floor First thing you know I’ll be back in Bow River again, Anytime you want babe, you can come around But only six days separates me and the great top end I been working hard, tweleve hours a day And the money I saved won’t buy my youth again Goin’ for the heat babe, and a tropical rain In a place where no man’s puttin’ on the dog for me Waitin’ on the weekend, set o’ brand new tyres And back in Bow River’s just where I want to be, Listen now to the wind babe Listen now to the rain Feel that water lickin’ at my feet again I don’t wanna see this town no more Too many years made up my mind to go or stay Right to my dying day I don’t wanna see another engine line Too many years and I owe my mind First set o’ wheels headin’ back Bow River again First thing you know I’ll be back in Bow River again, Got the motor runnin’, got the rest of my days Sold everything I owned for a song So anytime you want babe, you can come around But don’t leave it too late you just might find me gone, I don’t need the score I’m goin’ through the door Gonna tell the man I don’t want no more Pick up a fast car and burn my name in the road One week two week maybe even more Piss all my money up against the damn wall First thing you know I’ll be back in Bow River again, Campbell lane Through the window, curtain rain Long night gone, yellow day Speed shivers melt away. Hump that coffin up round one more bend Hump that coffin up round one more bend If your head needs a bandage Try a roadhouse open sandwic. It’s a hard, hard way, and I got no way of knowing. Well Robert Johnson knew it Chaplin knew it Even Marx and Lenin knew it Heisenberg was just a voyeur The Hallelujah Chorous do it Ayatollahs always do it Come on, slam the door Let’s get it right Hold me tight, Hiked up to Sydney in the week before Christmas It was thirty-eight degrees in the shade Bought a second-hand Morris for a cheap two-twenty And drove it down to Adelaide She boiled for an hour twenty miles out of Euston I thought the heat would never end But I knew I’d be home for Christmas with my Sandy And a few extra dollars to spend, I drove it to the buyer just as fast as I could go I was talking to his teenage son I sure hope it lasted for the poor little bastard At least until he’d had some fun I caught a taxi homeward with great anticipation Thinkin’ all you have to do is try There was a note propped up against the dressing table mirror “Dear Jimmy, it’s over, goodbye!” Home and broken hearted I’ve been pasted to the telephone Boxing Day break was wasted sitting home on my own The beer we bought for Christmas ran dry this afternoon And on the radio it’s New Year’s Eve What a low down time of the year to pack your luggage and leave, Went to a party, tried to drink myself happy The steaks were washed away in the rain Finished up in bed with an old acquaintance She’ll never be my friend again And everyone was asking me where’s the little woman Rolled home before the rain could stop I’ve been sitting for days reading pre-Christmas papers With my heels on the table-top, Hump that coffin up round one more bend Hump that coffin up round one more bend If your head needs a bandage Try a roadhouse open sandwich Dodge the waitress and hit the road again, I got dog’s disease and asphalt on my shoes I got dog’s disease and asphalt on my shoes, I got the houndog sittin’ on the side of the road Houndog sittin’ on the side of the road Houndog sittin’ on the side of the highway blues Yeah the highway blues, I coulda flown East-West But the ticket was outa my range I coulda gone rail But they said I looked a little strange The Budget girl’s just got the sack The interstate bus just breaks my back I’m sick of getting home Counting my remaining change, Ride the line to Hornsby station Find my circus animals again, Don’t need no communication Through the ghost-towns, and fade away, And it’s cold Through Nambucca, up the coast Grass is greener Girls are sweeter I did it all the last ten summers, Leave the waves and change the culture Choose a far off name that suites ya Bali, Bangkok, overland Asian highway, Amsterdam Always some town unexplored And in the end It’s the motion is it’s own reward It’s just the motion, I’ve had petrol-heads and country hicks Bible-freaks and lunatics Fifty miles to go and I’ll be home I’ll be home, I got the houndog sittin’ on the side of the road Houndog sittin’ on the side of the road Houndog sittin’ on the side of the highway blues, No copulation, no revolution Said the young Marquis de Sade But all the whips in France ain’t gonna get me Fuckin’ on a barracade From the schoolboys on it was one big con As we hung around the hockey teams In each boys brain the dream was the same All I ever went to do is get laid, Now the whole wide world has a better idea And it shook us all to the core You follow some two-year fairy tale Into happy evermore The sleepy priest at the bridal feast His hands make a holy sign And as the bride hoes into the wedding cake She’s a-singin’ in the back of her mind. Payday In A Pub lyrics Cold Chisel. Sam from Wollongong, Australia I few corrections for all those clowns out there that obviously have no clue, I get sick of people talking or boasting about this song when they probably have little idea of what the song is really about. . Driving the nightshift again Driving the nightshift again The times I’ve rolled this line, this same old Long headed East double lane, Driving these nightshifted eyes Driving these nightshifted eyes To light my way from midnight out to Hay There’s big summer moon on the rise, Puts me in a mind, of once upon a time A hall above the beach when I was young, it was Too many years, too far behind Old piano, saxophone and drum, And hanging out over the sea That same summer moon laid for me A road of light on out into the night A highway to where I could be, If ever I can find that innocence of mind The wonder in that younger set of eyes I’ll get it on the road, the rhythm of the line The wheeling of the desert where it flies, Come on roll up that line baby roll Light up these nightshifted eyes Speed my way from midnight out to Hay Big summer moon on the rise, Speed my way from midnight out to Hay Big summer moon on the rise, I’m gonna find a way to make this day The best one so far It didn’t happen yesterday Hangin’ in the bar, I rang someone from long ago Someone from a situation Long forgotten, better left alone, If you believe in love, you leave the door ajar I’m gonna find a way to make this day The best one so far, I’m gonna find a way to blow away the rain It didn’t happen yesterday I couldn’t face the train, All around, the office crowd Filled the city, talking loud Off their face, I slipped away alone, I wandered home, the streets were empty As they often are I’m gonna find a way to make this day The best one so far, I’m gonna find a way to turn this world around Find a way to make it through, And not go down, If you believe in love, that’s the morning star I’m gonna find a way to make this day The best one so far. And take old Henry’s life and set Lucretia free. Seventeen-year-old singer Jimmy Barnes— called Jim Barnes on the initial run of albums— joined in December 1973, taking leave from the band in 1975 for a brief stint as Bon Scott's replacement in Fraternity. Cold Chisel are an Australian pub rock band, which formed in Adelaide in 1973 by mainstay members Ian Moss on guitar and vocals, Steve Prestwich on drums and Don Walker on piano and keyboards. 3 von Cold Chisel . He arrives home to a thankless country (“there were no V-Day heroes in 1973”), takes up several unsatisfying jobs and struggles with drug addiction. Was looking for love By I was too blind I stepped in the circle To play out the game But all that I offered Just turned out the same, A little bit more a little bit less Deeper in love and deeper in debt I look at the stars that I cannot give Without some feeling I just can’t live Wake and remember that no one is blessed Now I know the truth Is dead and laid to rest, No sound but a river That run’s from my heart It flows from a mountain Then tears me apart Will there come a season That I will not weep? . . . ), I found a job And you found a lover He’d been married before But you needed the shelter, Lay down your head and weep mama Lay down next to me Till you cross the borders of sleep mama Lay down next to me Wish no words of sorrow Nor whisper words of spite Let the darkness in your heart Melt into this night, Oh-oh Never Before, Never Before did it break like that Oh-oh Never Before, Never Before did it feel so bad, Drink some more of my wine mama Take some more of my bread There’s a million songs to be sung But not a word to be said If I call on the angel of mercy If I call on the angel of light I’m way outa line but there ain’t much time Storm gonna break tonight, Lay down your head and weep mama Lay down next to me Till you cross the borders of sleep mama Lay down next to me Send a prayer up above to the pure white dove Flying so high I think the angel of mercy Must have heard you cry, Well it’s taken so long to reach the time Where we can go on or leave it behind For better or worse so easy to say But I choke on the words as you push me away, And every move along the way Has moved us each in separate ways And I can feel there’s something Going wrong, Oh I’ll never stop loving you this life Maybe I’m wrong maybe I’m right, Well I look in your eyes You never look back All the sparkle is gone there’s nothing left But the black, What’s the use of holding back The best defence is still attack And don’t give up before the battle’s Won. happy end And it was Too long too long too long ago These healing years go by so slow They don’t talk to me Don’t offer no Means to an end . This big old car, gonna take us home Gonna take us all the way and back However far we like to roam Gonna take us all the way to heaven Take us all the way to hell And then this big old car gonna get us home. She said she hated him unless they both were drunk She swore she’d leave him cold, in the corner slumped. And as they hauled her away and her hands were bound Lucretia’s eyes were cold, as the cold, hard ground, The trial was short the lovers had confessed, And the rope was tied and slipped around their necks And left the holy ground where they would never rest And not a tear was shed the night Lucretia left, Down by the Hunter where the coal-trucks roll And the billboards tell ya where to save your soul There’s another place, does a better job by far, When the moonlight hammers on the railway bridge And the whole world’s lookin’ for a beverage And you ain’t got nothin’, nothin’ in the boot a the car Time for the backroom at Dougie and Gleny Rae’s tikki bar, When the coal-trucks settle up and down the line You can wake up thinking that it’s ‘89 But there’s another sound, thicker than a Bolivar, You can hear it pumping out the roll-a-door Walnut piano on a wooden floor Backbeat drummer, Roy on a slide guitar Coming from the backroom at Dougie and Gleny Rae’s tikki bar, When the high tide’s suckin’ at the old sea wall And the full moon’s lookin’ like a mirror ball Bigger than Elvis, hotter than a speedway star, With a wet paypacket on a midnight hand They say you can win a mariachi band You can lose a girl, quicker than a coup de grace In the backroom at Dougie and Gleny Rae’s tikki bar, Haul that mother, haul that son Haul that rubber to the end of a run That ain’t got ridden since between the wars All hidden from the liquor laws, That’s the backroom (at Dougie and Gleny Rae’s), Wake up in the morning, feel like shit Waiting on a message, that’s my hit Forget about food, forget about time Alla my body, alla my mind Alla my intentions, alla my drive Is bent on keeping our connection alive Every decision, my vision is pinned Counting off the hours till you call again, I’m alone for you, I’m alone I’m alone for you I’m alone for you, I’m alone I’m alone for you, Checkin’ on messages, lookin’ at the wall Leavin’ my room, walkin’ up and down the hall Exiting the building, on the street Shopping for nothing on the same old beat Wandering the city, another night lost Counting off the hours, the stations of the Cross Counting off the hours, back to my room Teenage cars goin’ boom boom boom, Wake up in the morning, feel like shit Waiting on a message, that’s my hit Forget about food, forget about time Forget about checkin’ out the scene of the crime, I’m alone for you, I’m alone I’m alone for you, I got things to do I don’t want to Give me way more time to spend with you Honey when you’re gone You’re gone too long It sure gets lonely when you’re gone away, If you hear me cry Your name in the night Baby I’m just tryin’ to find your welcome light Well there’s only one You’re thinkin’ of It sure gets lonely when you’re gone away, My work is done, this is my time And there’s someone I need to know Maybe one day we’ll find We won’t have no need to go, My work is done, this is my time And there’s somewhere I need to go Maybe one day we’ll find We won’t have no need to go, The horizon is wider than it used to be I ain’t the boy you knew But on a clear day, I can see All the way to you All the way to you, When you’re running blind From promises broken and re-made Then broken again You got no way home Nothing but the smell of burning bridges in the rain, When I look back now I see a young man riding on A one way rail going down Only holding on Riding his addiction into Each new lonely town, I hit the railhead One night in hell And even now I I dunno why I Looked across at the gaming room In a cheap hotel And somehow walked on by Somehow walked on by, Have you ever seen the western sky As the sun goes down Turning indigo to grey It’s enough to make a man believe That maybe one more chance could come my way Maybe one more chance could come my way. They were soon joined by Jimmy Barnes on lead vocals and, in 1975, Phil Small became their bass guitarist. Cold Chisel Information. A winter cold, eighteen, forty-three. Khe Sanh is an Australian rock song, written by Don Walker and recorded by Cold Chisel in 1978. You got the money, I got the time Nothing better to do, so I might just change my mind. 3: Live at the Manly Vale Hotel. Cold Chisel Lyrics, Songs, Albums And More at SongMeanings! So, tie these arms and legs together Let’s all change this hell for leather One big happy heart attack Let all the world’s insomniacs unite! 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The group disbanded in late 1983 but subsequently reformed several times. View Cold Chisel song lyrics by popularity along with songs featured in, albums, videos and … Ever! . - Australian Blues, Rn'B & Heavy Rock from the 70's, Boogie! The summer lightning flicks in sheets The negative reveals The last house where this dogtown meets the river Meets the fields Lookin’ out the East I’d say That thunderhead could be a thousand miles away Out off the coast Unreal, I’ve been thinkin’, off and on, about you About the summer now gone And what I mean to do All in all, this town Is only good for if you need to not be found For a while For a turn or two, You, on the other hand, just may be A whole new and fascinating possibility How far, and how wired Could we get on down the line Once fired On that trajectory, How long could we play Who’d be the first to peel away before the end Is what I’d like to see.

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