Track Title:               Heartbreaker (At The End Of Lonely Street)
Album Title:               Un-led-Ed
Prime Artist:              Dread Zeppelin


Producer:                  Jah Paul Jo
Producer:                  Rasta Li-Mon


Lyrics:
Hey fellas, have you heard the news?
You know that Annie's back in town?
It won't take long just watch and see
How the fellas lay their money down.
Her style is new but the face is the same
As it was so long ago,
But from her eyes, a diff'rent smile
Like that of one who knows.
Well, it's been ten years and maybe more
Since I first set eyes on you;
The best years of my life gone by,
Here I am alone and blue.
Some people cry and some people die
By the wicked ways of love;
But I'll just keep on rollin' along
With the grace of the Lord above.
People talkin' all around 'bout the way you left me flat,
I don't care what the people say, I know where their jive is at.
One thing I do have on my mind, if you can clarify please do,
It's the way you call me by another guy's name when I try to make love to you!
I try to make love but it ain't no use.
Give it to me, give it!
(Guitar solo)
Work so hard I couldn't unwind,
Get some money saved;
Abuse my love a thousand times,
However hard I tried.
Heartbreaker, your time has come,
Can't take your evil way;
Go away,
Heartbreaker.
Heartbreaker!

Now since my baby left me I've found a new place to dwell:
down at the end of Lonely Street at Heartbreak Hotel.
I'm so lonely, I'm so lonely,
I'm so lonely that I could die.
And tho' it's always crowded you can still find some room
for broken hearted lovers to cry there in the gloom
and be so lonely, oh so lonely,
oh so lonely they could die.
The bell hop's tears keep flowing, the desk clerk's dressed in black.
They been so long on Lonely Sreet they never will go back
and they're so lonely, oh they're so lonely,
they're so lonely they pray to die.
So if your baby leaves and you have a tale to tell
just take a walk down Lonely Street to Heartbreak Hotel
where you'll be lonely and I'll be lonely,
we'll be so lonely that we could die.
           - Mae Boren Axton, Tommy Durden & Elvis Presley


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