Gauthier, Mary - Trouble And Love Lyrics




At the Downtowner, near the Roosevelt Baths
Forty-eight fifty if you pay in cash
Spanish television up through the floor
Desk clerk don't look up when I walk by anymore

Blizzard outside, blizzard in her heart
Lonely travelers and cheap motel art
Snow is falling on snow that fell on snow
I said hold on baby please don't let go

Trying to catch my breath, she moved so fast
Rumble strips, red lights, broken glass
Twisted steel, sirens, and blood
Love and trouble, trouble and love

A head full of dreams, a chest full of hurt
Friends say walk on; it's more trouble than it's worth
But my will is gone and my head hangs low
It ain't the leaving, it's the way you go

Trying to catch my breath, she moved so fast
Rumble strips, red lights, broken glass
Twisted steel, sirens, and blood
Love and trouble, trouble and love
Love and trouble, trouble and love
Love and trouble, trouble and love
Love and trouble, trouble and love





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  1. Ton Wijnen

    Hold on, keep your head up, there will be better times again. See it through and have MERCY!!!!! It is all about empathy and love.

  2. Debbie Gruber

    Love mary

  3. Darryl Warner

    THIS WOMAN IS THE FEMALE EQV OF SUCH SINGERS AS TOM WAITS.

    Victor Edwards

    I would compare her to Townes Van Zandt, only with more despair, even. I wish I could be a friend to Mary.

    The music, though, is some of the best she has produced. It is in a dark way, spectacular.

    Victor Edwards

    I would compare her to Townes Van Zandt, only with more despair, even. I wish I could be a friend to Mary.

    The music, though, is some of the best she has produced. It is in a dark way, spectacular.

  4. TheGilgrissom

    two types of people,,,,,

  5. Rob Green

    Awesome just Awesome The most Powerful Emotional power ballard i have ever heard ! the old master the Boss loses top slot !

  6. Terresa Williams

    yay No1 in the EuroAmericana chart!! wheyhey