Jason Boland - Comal County Blues
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JASON BOLAND


Comal County Blues Lyrics

(*Jason Boland)


I guess it finally rained*
It's down to 85.
I bet the fish are biting,
Down by the riverside.
And it's the only place made colder
Around here in the middle of June,
By the endless string of strangers
Brought by the summer moon.

My brother moved off to Houston.
And most my friends stay gone.
I need to pay my taxes
I don't like to mow my lawn.
I have a harmless habit,
Being fine wherever I am.
But the way this waters rising,
I need to get up above the dam.

Tonight I'm rolling up north
Back to where I pay the due.
Tonight the answers Austin
For the Comal County Blue. -

There's one rolled in my ash tray
I'm taking Hunter Road.
Out by Riley's Tavern
Where my liquor love to flow.
We'll skip around San Marcos
Stop and tell Doug hello.
2nd gear up Congress
You know I like to take it slow.

- Tonight I'm rolling up north
Back to where I pay the due.
Tonight the answers Austin
For the Comal County Blue. -

The one right beside me
Helped me make it through that town.
We moved out to the country
Then we bought a wedding gown.
But we still know our ways.
We learned those lessons well.
Back around the turn of the century
From a one room roadside cell.

- Yah, Tonight I'm rolling up north
Back to where I pay the due.
Tonight the answers Austin
For the Comal County Blue. -

- Ohh, Tonight I'm rolling up north
Back to where I pay the due.
Sometimes the only answers Austin
For the Comal County Blue. -

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