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TOMBSTONE SHADOW
Words and music by John Fogerty

Tombstone Shadow,
stretchin' across my path.
Tombstone Shadow,
stretchin' across my path.
Ev'ry time I get some good news
There's a shadow on my back.

Saw the gypsy man,
'way down in San Berdoo.
Said, I saw the gypsy man,
'way down in San Berdoo.
Five dollars on the table
Keep me 'way from my tomb.

Said I got thirteen months of bad luck,
Bound to be some pain.
Don't you do no trav'lin',
Fly in no machines.
Tombstone Shadow,
stretchin' across my path.
Ev'ry time I get some good news
There's a shadow on my back.

The man gave me a luck charm,
Cost five dollars more,
Said, "Put some on your pillow,
and put some on your door."
He said, "Take a long vacation
For thirteen months or more."

Tombstone Shadow,
stretchin' across my path.
Tombstone Shadow,
stretchin' across my path.
Ev'ry time I get some good news
There's a shadow on my back.

Copyright © 1969 by Jondora Music

 
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Sinister Purpose Wrote A Song For Everyone Who'll Stop The Rain
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Travelin' Band    
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Who'll Stop The Rain    
 
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Put a candle in the window,
'cause I feel I've got to move.
Though I'm going, going,
I'll be coming home soon,
'Long as I can see the light.

 
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The band that is today known as a Creedence Clearwater Revival (commonly referred by its initials CCR or just Creedence)  used to be an American rock band which consisted of John Fogerty (vocals, guitar, harmonica, piano), Tom Fogerty (guitar, vocals, piano), Stu Cook (bass, vocals), and Doug Clifford (drums, percussion, vocals). Even though bands members were originally from the Bay Area of California, the group was influenced by the swamp blues genre that came out of south Louisiana in the late 1950s and early to mid-1960s.
 
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Who is the lead singer of ccr?

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CCR - Creedence Clearwater Revival or just Creedence was an American rock band, which consisted of John Fogerty (vocals, guitar, harmonica, piano), Tom Fogerty (guitar, vocals, piano), Stu Cook (bass, vocals), and Doug Clifford (drums, percussion, vocals).
John Fogerty was the lead vocals for most of the songs but brothers were also sharing many songs, eg. Susie Q - John sings the first and third stanzas while Tom sings the second stanza.
 

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