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Janet Emma & Seven West: Songs

Luxury Liner

(w/ Tina Mitchell Wilkins)
gram parsons, copyright 1968 hot burrito music (bmi)/gpj music (bmi)
I've been singing this song with all my heart along with Emmy Lou since I was 16 years old! Recording it was my way of paying homage...to Emmy, to Gram, Albert Lee, the Hot Band. The Mystiqueros tore it up! That's ol' Marcus Eldridge on the smokin' lead guitar! And the LOVELY Tina Mitchell Wilkins up in the ethers! Good times!
Luxury liner, forty tons of steel
No one in this whole wide world
Knows the way I feel
I've been a long lost soul
For a long long time
Yeah I've been around
Everybody ought to know what's on my mind
You think I'm lonesome, so do I
So do I

Well, I'm the kind of girl
Who likes to make her livin' runnin 'round
And I don't need a stranger
tellin’ me my baby's let me down
You think I'm lonesome, so do I
So do I

Luxury liner, forty tons of steel
If I don't find my baby now
I guess I never will
I've been a long lost soul
For a long, long time
I've been around
Everybody ought to know what's on my mind
You think I'm lonesome, so do I
So do I