WHITE SHOE WEATHER (Robert J. Purvis and William Elliott)

White Shoe Weather

White Shoe Weather


I'm going off of my head just like a sack of lead

That I stole around the corner from a scrap merchant's bed

And my belly's really aching

'Cause I haven't been fed all day


[saxophone solo]


I'm in a smokeless zone, but really feel on fire

I need a long, cool drink of something I desire

I got my head in a mixer

Man, I really need a place to stay


Ooh, I need somebody to sing my song

Ooh, I need somebody to sing along


[saxophone solo]


Now, when I feel my life is trying to pass me by

I'm getting black looks from neighbours giving me the eye

I'm gonna turn my music louder still

And really give them reason to cry


Ooh, I need somebody to sing my song

Ooh, I need somebody to sing along


[saxophone and electric guitar solos]


1976 Ganga Publishing B.V.

lyrics transcribed by Tom Brennan


WHITE SHOE WEATHER (Robert J. Purvis and William Elliott)
[Live on WCMF-FM in Rochester, November 5, 1975]

White Shoe Weather

White Shoe Weather


I'm going off of my head just like a sack of lead

That I stole around the corner from a scrap merchant's bed

And my belly's really aching

'Cause' I haven't been fed all day


[kazoo solo]


I'm in a smokeless zone, but really feel on fire

I need a short, sharp blast of something I desire

I got my head in a mixer

Man, I really need a place to stay


Ooh, I need somebody to sing my song

Ooh, I need somebody to sing along, yeah


[kazoo solo]


Now, when I feel my life is trying to pass me by

I'm getting black looks from neighbours giving me the eye

I'm gonna turn my music louder still

And really give them reason to cry


Ooh, I need somebody to sing my song

Ooh, I need somebody to sing along, yeah


[kazoo solo]


1976 Ganga Publishing B.V.

lyrics transcribed by Tom Brennan