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Hoyt Axton "Betty La Rue"

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From 'Where Did The Money Go?' (1980) (Jeremiah 5001) Lyrics: She was three days late, two dollars short and her eyes were red and blinkin' Betty La Rue took a downer or two and then she started drinkin' The Reverend Lee, he was down on his knees, he was prayin' while she was sinkin' Betty La Rue had a bottle or two just to ease the pain of thinkin' I was out in the back by the railroad track when I heard the preacher sayin' "Betty La Rue, you know, the trouble with you Is you never spend enough time prayin'" Chorus: And she said, "Back off, man Don't you understand? I'm oh, so tired of cryin', Lost my child and my man's in jail And I'd just as soon be dyin'" Oh, the Preacher called for Doctor Hall and the good man he came flyin' He looked in her eyes and he held her hand and he said, "This poor girl's dying" Betty La Rue had a guilt or two and she knew she was in danger When a light in the skies hit her right in the eyes And she saw a shining stranger Repeat chorus The shining man seemed to understand and his eyes were clear and steady He held out his hand like a natural man He said, "We'll go when you're ready" Betty La Rue didn't know what to do and her heart was filled with sorrow She took his hand to the promised land Where she found a bright tomorrow The Doctor sighed and said, "She's died, but we did our best to save her; There's no one to blame, it's a crying shame The raw deal that life gave her." Repeat chorus Hallelujah, Glory! Hallelujah Betty La Rue, Betty La Rue's gone to heaven
Posted October 5
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