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Traveling Shoes

This song is by Robert Randolph & the Family Band and appears on the album We Walk This Road (2010) and on the live compilation Crossroads: Eric Clapton Guitar Festival 2010 (2010).

We walk this road,
We're on own way
But when we get there
No one can say
No one can say
No one can say

Death comes ridin' by the liar's door
Said "Old liar, are you ready to go?"
"No, no, no, no, no, no, no,
Because I ain't got on my travelin' shoes,
And I ain't ready - sayin'-
No, no, no
Oh Lordy, no, no, no
Because I ain't got on my travelin' shoes"


Death comes ridin' by the dancer's door
Said "Old dancer, are you ready to go?"
"No, no, no, no, no, no, no,
Because I ain't got on my travelin' shoes,
And I ain't ready - sayin'-
No, no, no
Oh Lordy, no, no, no
Because I ain't got on my travelin' shoes"

We walk this road,
We're on own way
But when we get there
No one can say
No one can say
No one can say

Death comes ridin' by the dealer's door
Said "Old dealer, are you ready to go?"
"No, no, no, no, no, no, no,
Because I ain't got on my travelin' shoes,
And I ain't ready - sayin'-
No, no, no
Oh Lordy, no, no, no
Because I ain't got on my travelin' shoes"

Death comes ridin' by the banker's door
Said "Old banker, are you ready to go?"
"No, no, no, no, no, no, no,
Because I ain't got on my travelin' shoes,
And I ain't ready - sayin'-
No, no, no
Oh Lordy, no, no, no
Because I ain't got on my travelin' shoes"

Credits

Written by:

T-Bone Burnett, Robert Randolph and Tonio K.

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