Lula's Gone

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LULA'S GONE
By Kendall Jackson

Lula’s gone, and she’s gone for good
We all wondered if shed ever make it down to New Orleans
Timid as a mouse, you could barely get her out of the house
One day she grabbed the car keys, said “I’m gonna burn some gasoline”

It’s a long road to a better place
She’s stepping on the gas aint gonna play it safe
She’s counting on her faith to carry on
She just hopes she did not wait, hopes she did not wait
Too long
Before it’s gone

Lula had a plan, she knew just where she wanted to be
So she set out, every little thing that she would need
it all comes down to size, was her stomach smaller than her eyes
One day she hit a road block she felt like she would blow to smithereens

It’s a long road to a better place
She’s stepping on the gas aint gonna play it safe
She’s counting on her faith to carry on
She just hopes she did not wait, hopes she did not wait
Too long
Before it’s gone

She doesn't take well to rejection
Questions everything she’s ever done
But she aint afraid of moving
If it’ll take her where she wants to be

It’s a long road to a better place
She’s stepping on the gas aint gonna play it safe
She’s counting on her faith to carry on
She’s counting on her faith to carry on
She’s counting on her faith to carry on
She’s counting on her faith to carry on

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from THE HIGHBALLERS, released January 11, 2014
Kendall Jackson - Vocals, rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar
Victoria Patchen - Vocals
Sean Lally - Lead guitar and acoustic guitar
Drake Sorey - Drums
Mike Barrientos - Bass

Written by Kendall Jackson
Produced and Engineered by Don Zientara

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"Songs about hard-drinking, crime, sex, heartache and the seamier side of life comprise the core of The Highballers’ music. The band’s sweet savory harmonies meld flawlessly with the twang of Fender telecasters. The Highballers’ brand of country can’t be pigeon-holed into one type of sound; their music is rough and tumble and at the same time can be evocative and haunting."

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