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Drifters Wife

Song info

"Drifters Wife" (2013) on the album Breezin' At the Cafe(2013).
It was written by J. J. CALE.
Published by Lyrics © BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC.

"Drifters Wife" Videos

JJ Cale - Drifters Wife
JJ Cale - Drifters Wife
J.J. Cale - Drifter's Life
J.J. Cale - Drifter's Life
Drifter's Wife - a JJ Cale tribute
Drifter's Wife - a JJ Cale tribute
Drifters Wife- J.J. Cale
Drifters Wife- J.J. Cale
JJ Cale - Drifters Wife
JJ Cale - Drifters Wife
Drifters Wife
Drifters Wife
Drifter's Wife - J J Cale (cover)
Drifter's Wife - J J Cale (cover)
Mike Robertson (JJ Cale Drifter's wife)
Mike Robertson (JJ Cale Drifter's wife)
The Deslondes - Drifters Wife | Acoustic Asheville
The Deslondes - Drifters Wife | Acoustic Asheville
Drifters Wife with Dave Fryer (JJ Cale Cover)
Drifters Wife with Dave Fryer (JJ Cale Cover)
"Drifter's Wife" - J.J. Cale Cover performed by Guido and Andreas of "The Breezers"
"Drifter's Wife" - J.J. Cale Cover performed by Guido and Andreas of "The Breezers"
Jj cale drifters wife
Jj cale drifters wife
JJ Cale, Drifters Wife (cover)
JJ Cale, Drifters Wife (cover)
The Drifter's Wife (JJ Cale cover)
The Drifter's Wife (JJ Cale cover)
JJ Cale - Part 1 - Guitar tutorial - by Joe Murphy
JJ Cale - Part 1 - Guitar tutorial - by Joe Murphy
J.J. Cale "Drifters Wife" acoustic cover
J.J. Cale "Drifters Wife" acoustic cover
J.J.  Cale   -   Drifters Wife  - partial recording
J.J. Cale - Drifters Wife - partial recording
Drifter's wife (J.J. Cale cover)
Drifter's wife (J.J. Cale cover)
Drifters Wife - JJ  Cale
Drifters Wife - JJ Cale
Drifters Wife - J.J.Cale
Drifters Wife - J.J.Cale

Lyrics

Had me a woman down in Tennessee
Boy, she used to love me
Free fever got me and I had to go
I never seen that woman no more

New York City is a place I've been
I was there one time with a travelin' band
Young girl there wanted me to stay
I think she wanted me to pay

Roll it out, roll it in
Here we go down the road again
Drifters life is a drifters wife
Don't say I didn't tell you so

Travelin' man, now he don't know
Only what he hears on the radio
Politics and money don't bother him
Only good lookin' women and a bottle of gin

Portland, Oregon, to the Mexican line
Boy, let me tell you the women are fine
If you don't hang around there very long
They'll never ever know you're gone

Roll it out, roll it in
Here we go down the road again
Drifters life is a drifters wife
Don't say I didn't tell you so