Produced by Glyn Johns
WEAジャパン20P2-2013/LP:Asylum SD5068 (1973)


1.Doolin-Dalton /ドゥーリン・ドルトン
3.Out of Control/アウト・オブ・コントロール
4.Tequila Sunrise/テキーラ・サンライズ
6.Certain Kind OfFool/その種の愚か者
8.Outlaw Man/アウトロー・マン
9.Saturday Night/サタデー・ナイト
10.Bitter Creek/ビター・クリーク


They were Doolin', Doolin-Dalton
High or low, it was the same
Easy money, and faithless women
Red-eyed whiskey
For the pain

Go down the hill Dalton
It must be God's will
Two brothers lying there
In coffee will
Two voices call to each to where they stood
Lay down your lay books now
They're no damn good

Keep on movin', Doolin-Dalton
Kill your shadow, set you free
If you're fast and if you're lucky
You will never, see that hanging through

Well, the towns lay across the dusty plains
Like graveyards filled with tombstones
Waiting for the names
And a man can use, ever used his brains
With some that just went crazy lord
Cause nothing ever changed

Till then Doolin let his Dalton
He was working cheap, just about a dime
And then he left and said I'm going
So he left that peaceful life behind


Twenty-one, and strong as I can be
I know what freedom means to me
And I can give a reason why
I should ever wanna die
Got no car, be afraid
Oh, be a life can ever be
Cause ever watch the rising sun
I know that we have just begun
I might spend my life on the road
Just trying to add what I know
And some day I might settle down
Then all my friends would be around

They say a man should have a starting trade
But me, I find another way
I believe in getting what you can
And there ain't no starting that can be
Cause I'm young fast as I can be
I know what freedom means to me
And I can give a reason why
I should ever want to die
Yeah and I can give a reason why
I should ever want to die

Out Of Control

Oh I don't try no baby
Stars all shining down
All I can do, all night outing
Is hide all around
And I ain't had a woman in so long
I got to free my hurting soul
Come on, come on faster
Or I'm gonna get a little out of control
Then a car came in one corner
Then a boy raised a smile at me
Well, I gave her a silver dollar
She won't be any free
Oh she ain't dollar a free no
And the gambler got a hold
Come on and sit a little, a god damn friends
And I think I'm getting out of control

She's a good one
One course
I got new, fine time gone

Well, if anybody's looking for trouble
You know I'm a funky wanna cry
Well, find one man who'll want me
And I don't care who or why
You got to ganble on your story
You got to get, get on more
And I'll get some more, I'm getting a hold
Think I'm getting out of control

Tequila Sunrise

It's another tequila sunrise
Staring slowly across the sky
Said goodbye

He was just ahired hand
Working on the dreams he planned to try
The days go by

Every night when the sun goes down
Just another lonely boy in town
And she's out running round

She wasn't just another woman
And I couldn't keep from coming on
It's been so long

Boy and it's a hollow feeling
When it comes down to dealing friends
It never ends

Take another shot of courage
Wonder why the drivers never come
You're just getting up

It's another tequila sunrise
this old world still looks the same,
Another friend


Desperado, why don't you come to your senses
You've been out riding fences
For so long now
Oh you're a hard one
And I know that you got your reasons
These things that are pleasing you
Can hurt you some how

Don't you draw the Queen of Diamonds boy
She'll beat you if she's able
Another Queen of Heats is always your best bet
Now seems to me some fine things
Have been laid upon your table
But you only want the ones that you can get

Desperado, you ain't getting up young
You're painting you're hunger
They're driving you on
And freedom, oh freedom
Well, that's just some people talkin'
Your prison is walking through this world all alone

Don't your feet get cold in the winter time
The sky won't snow and the sun won't shine
It's hard to tell the night time from the day
You're losing all your highs and lows
And funny how the feeling goes

Desperado, why don't you come to your senses
Come down from your fences
Open the gate,It may be rainin'
But there's a rainbow above you
You better let somebody love you
You better let somebody love you
Before it's too late

Certain Kind of Fool

He was a poor boy, raised in a small family
He kinda had a craving for something no one else could see
They say that he was crazy
The kind that no lady should meet
He went up to the city
And wandered around in the streets
He wants to dance
Oh yeah, he wants to sing
Oh yeah, he wants to see the lights a flashing
Listen to the thundering
He saw it in a window
Marked up a new kind of man
He kindda liked the feeling
So shiny and smooth in his hand
He took it to the country
And practiced for days without rest
And then one day he felt it
He knew he could stand with the best
They got me smashed
Oh yeah, he wants the same
Oh yeah, it's a certain kind of fool
That likes to hear the sound of his own

A poster on a store front
Picture of a wanted man
He had a reputation
Preaty lot far through the land
It wasn't for the money
At least, it didn't star t that way
It wasn't for the running
But now he's running everyday

Doolin-Dalton (Instrumental)


Outlaw Man

I am an outlaw
I was born an outlaw son
Highway is my land to see
and on the highway I will run
In one hand I have a bible
In another I got a gun
Don' you know me
I'm the man who won

Woman don't try love me
Don't try to understand
A life upon the road
Is life of an outlaw man

Just left my woman, it was down in Santa Fe
Lived in Oklahoma
I was riding night and day
All of my friends are strangers
They quickly come and go
And all my lives are in danger
Cause I steal hearts and souls

(* Repeat twice)

Some me call me Abel
Some men call me Cain
Some men call me silly law
Some men call me sam
Some man never teased me
Some men said the rain
When you got no life to lose
You got nothing left to gain
Outlaw man
Outlaw man

Saturday Night

Seems like a dream, it was so long ago
The moon burned so bright and the time went so slow
And I swore that I love her
I gave her a ring
Blue bird was high on the way

Whatever happened
To Saturday night

Find me a sweetheart
Holding her tight
She's a really downy
Was I alright
Whatever happened
To Saturday night

Years brought the railroad
It ran by my door
Now there's boards on the windows
And dust on the floor
And she passed the time
At another man's side
And I pass the time with my pride

What a tangle every week
Go round with circle
Some one show me how to tell
The dancer from the dance

(* Repeat)

Choosing a friend
Loosing a fight
She said, "Tell me, oh, tell me, are you alright?"

(* Repeat twice)

Bitter Creek

Once I was young
So unsure
I try to find the cure
An old man told me
Tryied to scold me
So don't wade to deep
In bitter creek

Way out where the desert meets the sky
where I go and I wanna hide
Oh, peyote
She tried to show me
You know there ain't no cause to weep
IN bitter creek

Gonna hit the road
One last time
We can walk right in
Sealed blind
All that money
No more running
I can't wait to see the old man's face
When I win the race

Doolin-Dalton/Desperado Reprise

Well his age was set
The sun was sinking low down
As they came to town to facd another show down
The woman cleared the people from the streets
All you bloodthirsty bystanders
Will you try to find your seat.
Watching coolin, doolin-dalton
High or low, it's all the same
Easy money, faithless woman
You will never kill a thing
Go down bill do man
Don't you wonder why
Sooner or later
We all have to die
Sooner or later
That's a stone cold fact
Four men ride out
And only 3 ride back

The Queen of Diamonds let you down,
She was just an empty fable
The Queen of Hearts you say you never met
Your tuisted faith has found you out
And it's finally turned the table
Stole your dreams and paid you with 3 dead desperado
Is there gonna be anything left, is there gonna be
He sees you faded outlong time
Ain't it hard when you're all alone
Born in the center age
Now there's no time left to borrow
Is there gonna be anything left
Only star dust
Maybe tomorrow
Maybe tomorrow
Desperado (seven times)