Apollo-Soyuz 2010

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Very superstitious (Stevie Wonder)

Very superstitious, writing’s on the wall.
Very superstitious, ladder’s ’bout to fall.
Thirteen-month-old baby broke the looking glass.
Seven years of bad luck, the good things in your past.
When you believe in things that you don’t understand, then you suffer.
Superstition ain’t the way.
Hey, hey, hey.

Ooh, very superstitious, wash your face and hands.
Rid me of the problem, do all that you can.
Keep me in a daydream, keep me goin’ strong.
You don’t wanna save me, sad is my song.
When you believe in things that you don’t understand, then you suffer.
Superstition ain’t the way.
Hey, hey, hey.

Let Go (Kenny Wayne Shepherd)

In a room filled with dry tears and sorrow
In you come and lay down by my side
Will you feel the same way tomorrow
Cause you smile just as easy as you cry

Was it wrong to be good to you
Was it wrong to be a man
Cause I ain’t getting through to you
And I’ve done all I can to make you understand

And my heart just keeps on bleeding
From the hole that drains my soul
And if I can’t kill the feeling now
How do I, oh I let go

Time only heals when it wants to
I guess that’s why I just can’t get you off my mind

When the walls come down between us
Will you be on the other side
If you say you didn’t mean it
I would let you right back in for the rest of my life

Blue On Black (Kenny Wayne Shepherd)

Night falls and i’am alone
Skin yeah chilled me to the bone
You turned and you ran oh yea
Oh slipped right from my hand

Blue on black tears on a river
Push on a shove it don’t mean much
Joker on jack match on a fire
Cold on ice as a dead man’s touch
Whisper on a scream
Doesn’t mean a thing
Won’t bring you back
Blue on black

Blind oh now i see
Truth lies and in between
Wrong can’t be undone
Oh, slipped from the tip of your tongue

Down To The Riverside (Kenny Wayne Shepherd)

Seen her get up, seen her go down
Down to the riverside
Seen her jump into the river and drown
Down to the riverside
People do just what they will
Don’t matter to the river, it’s running still

Sun come up, sun go down
Down to the riverside
Sun jump into the river and drown
Down to the riverside
Everyday just like the last
We sit and watch the water pass

Came a day they built a bridge
Down to the riverside
Over the way, on top of the ridge
Down to the riverside
Built a bridge for the people to cross
But every other day, someone’s jumping off

You might think some boys they got it made
Down to the riverside
They got the money and the women and a place in the shade
Down to the riverside
That ain’t no way– to ease the pain
Can’t listen to the river when it calls your name