Devil Don't Want Me Blues

from by Tristan Omand

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    The Lesser-Known Tristan Omand on limited edition vinyl record. Hand-numbered and limited to 300 copies. Vinyl comes in anti-static inner-sleeve and includes a download card. Featuring eight new songs and guest appearances by Will Kindler, Delanie Pickering, Brian Coombes, and Jay Psaros.

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    Tracks:
    1. Welcome To Lonely Lanes
    2. Devil Don't Want Me Blues
    3. Night Time, East Side
    4. Maybe Nothing
    5. Thirty Days Of Darkness
    6. Old Straight Six
    7. A Letter Home
    8. Perpetual Road

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    The Lesser-Known Tristan Omand on compact disc, in an eco-wallet with lyrics insert.

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lyrics

I've got the same chord progression
It's an institution you should know
So take your unchecked aggression
And hide it down below

Well, my fingers are hurting
From the same old blues
I've been out there searchin'
In the morning dew

Well, I didn't find nothing
I found something to do
It's not called Satanism
It's the plagiarism blues

It was Sunday evening
Head full of smoke
Dozing off a little bit
Hope I don't choke

Well, I tried to sell my soul to the Devil
But he said he was good to go
He said you've got more problems
Than you'll ever know
That even I don't want you
In your plaid flannel clothes
Go back to your flat-top guitar
Go on down the road

Well, I got some feet down
In my shoes
They're tapping out the time
To the plagiarism blues

Well, my fingers are hurting
From the same old blues
I've been out there searchin'
In the morning dew

Well, I didn't find nothing
I found something to do
It's not called Satanism
It's the plagiarism blues

credits

from The Lesser​-​Known Tristan Omand, released April 8, 2016
Tristan Omand - Vocals/Acoustic Guitar
Delanie Pickering - Acoustic Guitar

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Tristan Omand Manchester, New Hampshire

New Hampshire based story-telling folk songwriter & guitarist. Darkness, humor, wisdom, wit, and tales of offbeat characters. New album coming April 2016.

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