FR RU
 

Current visitors: 6

 

Joe Dassin: Can't help but wonder

Joe Dassin: Can't help but wonder (1967)
It's a long and dusty road
It's a hard and heavy load
And the folks aren't in it always kind
Some are bad and some are good
Some have done the best they could
Some have tried to ease my troubled mind

And I can't help but wonder
Where I'm bound, where I'm bound
Can't help but wonder where I'm bound

And I had a buddy back home
But he started out to roam
And I hear he's out by Frisco Bay
And sometimes when I've had a few
His old voice comes ringin' through
And I'm going out to see him some old day

And I can't help but wonder
Where I'm bound, where I'm bound
Can't help but wonder where I'm bound

And I had a little girl one time
Lips like cherry wine
And I loved her more than I could say
But I was too blind to see
She was slipping away from me
And one day she left on a morning train

And I can't help but wonder
Where I'm bound, where I'm bound
Can't help but wonder where I'm bound

If you see me passing by
And you stop and wonder why
And you wish you was a rambler too
Nail your shoes to the kitchen floor
Lace 'em up and lock door
Thank the stars for the roof that's over you

And I can't help but wonder
Where I'm bound, where I'm bound
Can't help but wonder where I'm bound

 

Authors:
T. Paxton
Arrangements: Jean Musy
(p) 1995 ed. Enoch
Enregistrement: novembre 1967

Original: "Can't help but wonder" par Tom Paxton

 

Texts of all songs are property of their respective owners.