THE ROAD HEAVY

Southern Ontario Rock & Blues

Wrong Time Wrong Place

Wrong Time Wrong Place
Words & Music - Pat James, Ryan Blake

I talk with a southern drawl
And I walk with a subtle lean
Slicked hair, cold blank stare
Veins full of gasoline


I don’t care what you say
Or much less what you do
I like dive bars and muscle cars
And switchblade tattoos
 

I’ve always wondered since the day I was born
Good god you got it wrong
Must be some mistake
I fear I can’t stay here
Wrong time Wrong place

 

Drinking Jack I smoke a pack
Of Camels from my sleeve
Slide guitars and movies stars
from 1963


I feel older than I should
sometimes it makes me mean
I want to live fast making cash
Cool like Steve McQueen
 

I try begging and i fall to my knees screaming
Good god you got it wrong
Must be some mistake
I fear I can’t stay here
Wrong time Wrong place