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Call Me The Breeze
J.J. Cale Lyrics


They call me the breeze,
I keep blowing down the road
They call me the breeze,
I keep blowing down the road
I ain't got me nobody,
I ain't carrying me no load

Ain't no change in the weather,
Ain't no change in me
Ain't no change in the weather,
Ain't no change in me

I ain't hidin' from nobody,
Ain't nobody hidin' from me
I got that green light, babe,
I got to keep moving on
I got that green light, babe,
I got to keep moving on
I might go out to California,
Might go down to Georgia,
Might stay home

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: John J. Cale

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Rick Hartline

JJ never got the credit he deserved...Absolutely brilliant musician.

SCoop923

Could not agree more

Gary Schultz

They know all about E.Clapton .....
Eric always gives JJ credit but Eric gets the all the GLORY ...I've talked to guys who never heard of JJ & thought After Midnight & Cocaine were written by Clapton.....oh well
Lifes not always fair...

Valerie Worboyes

Rick so correct

Fernando Garcia

He choose not to be on the lime light. Glad Eric introduce his song outside of the US

Mr.mystery

What’s credit? Learn truth

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Mouka Faslouka

I had just lost my dad in a stupid desert war in Morocco in January of 1976. My uncle invites me to the deep desert in south Morocco. He lived in a sleepy small town of maybe 20000 people. They had a small club there where they had a HiFi player. They had a decent vinyl records collection. I was grieving sad and bored. The manager somehow was nice enough to let me browse through their vinyl collection. For some unknown reason JJ Cale's album caught my eyes. It was the one with the Raccoon with the hat. I didn't speak a word of English back then. I decided to play it for the gallery. Needless to say how it all ended up. I bought every album in tape, vinyl and CD. I did not understand the lyrics. However the music spoke to me in that universal language: art. JJ Cale will always remain one of the most underrated musicians ever.
I came to the US in the mid 1990. My one regret is that I never made enough money to go see him in person.

D Heyman

God bless you brother. Thanks for sharing.

Simon Zabell

wonderful

jj Finigan

I grew up in Oklahoma, it's a shame he's not recognized even here, he's a Tulsa native.

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