Willie’s birthday song – Nathaniel Rateliff lyrics

Lyrics Willie’s birthday song – Nathaniel Rateliff

Willie’s birthday song lyrics
This is a song we wrote for a good friend of ours
We all feel he’s done a lot for us
A lot for the world
I hope you enjoy it
We’d love for you to sing along

[Chorus]
Pass me that joint it’s Willie’s birthday
Wipe away all of your tears
Well the world’s gone crazy but we still got Willie
And all the good things he’s done for us here

[Verse 1]
It was ’75 the time of the preacher
When the red-headed stranger appeared
Rode into town blue eyes a-shinin’
His memories measured in tears

[Refrain]
Hey Nashville hey Austin he’s playing the songs we hold dear
Now for all of these years

[Chorus]
So pass me that joint it’s Willie’s birthday
Wipe away all of your tears
Now the world’s gone crazy but we still got Willie
And all the good things he’s done for us here

[Verse 2]
Now Shotgun Willie wades through whiskey rivers
Living in the promised land
His heroes are cowboys the songs they’re a-singin’
Bring joy and laughter again

[Refrain]
Hey Georgia New Orleans this song’s for your native son
And all that he’s done

[Chorus]
So pass me that joint it’s Willie’s birthday
Wipe away all of your tears
Now the world’s gone crazy but we still got Willie
And all the good things he’s done for us here
Pass me that joint it’s Willie’s birthday
Wipe away all of your tears
Now the world’s gone crazy but we still got Willie
And all the good things he’s done for us here

[Instrumental Bridge]

[Chorus]
So pass me that joint it’s Willie’s birthday
Wipe away all of your tears
Now the world’s gone crazy but we still got Willie
And all the good things he’s done for us here

[Outro]
Well the world’s gone crazy but we still got Willie
And all the good things he’s done for us hereee

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