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30 Days In The Hole
by Humble Pie

Roll my tape
Ooh, ooh, ooh

Thirty days,
Anyone doin' that one?
I'm doin' that one

30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole

All right all right all right all right, yeah

Chicago Green, talkin' 'bout Black Lebanese
A dirty room and a silver coke spoon
Give me my release, come on
Black Nepalese, it's got you weak in your knees
Sneeze some dust that you got buzzed on
You know it's hard to believe

30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
That's what they give you
30 days in the hole
I know

Newcastle Brown, I'm tellin' you, it can sure smack you down
Take a greasy whore and a rollin' dance floor
It's got your head spinnin' round
If you live on the road, well there's a new highway code
You take the urban noise with some durban poison
It's gonna lessen your load

30 days in the hole
That's what they give you now
30 days in the hole
Oh, yeah
30 days in the hole
All right, all right
30 days in the hole

What you doin' boy?
You here for 30 days
Get, get, get your long hair cut
And cut out your ways

Black Nepalese, it got you weak in your knees
Gonna sneeze some dust that you got busted on
You know it's so hard to please
Newcastle Brown can sure smack you down
You take a greasy whore and a rollin' dance floor
You know you're jailhouse-bound

30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
Oh, yeah
30 days in the hole
30 days, 30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
Written by: Steve Marriott

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Chef Jeff Tendick

This may sound cruel, but when I was in the Air Force at times I was given temporary jail duty, watching over the prisoners at night to make sure they didn't commit suicide and such. I wasn't supposed to bring in my tape player, but one of the guys knew me from before and asked if I could sneak in this Humble Pie cassette. I said I would, and the five men in their cells got and danced to this song, singing out the lyrics and laughing at the irony of the song and their present situation.

Before 30 days, however, they were all discharged from the Air Force, most of them being sent home afterward. But one was in for assault and battery against his training instructor and faced some years in prison. I ended up giving him the cassette and wishing him luck. I never saw or heard from him again, but I can just imagine that whole cell block dancing and singing to this song.

Cheers!

Fee V

Chef Jeff Tendick ...✌️💕

anthony davis

So

Donna Page

Chef Jeff Tendick ... and not at all cruel😎

Donna Page

Chef Jeff Tendick that’s a great story🤪

Vincent Lavarello

I was one of those guys! God bless you Sir for bringing life love and liberty to us on that bleak dark cloudy afternoon!

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Ricardo Vargas

I'm from '54. Born at the right time to grow and appreciate the best music of all time. This is a great representative of that time. Humble Pie, one of the hardest rockin' groups. I don't give a shit what anyone says, the mid 60's to mid 70's is the greatest rock music of all time!

carrizoman

50's as well, Elvis, Berry, Dylan, Beatles, Stones, Sabbath, Cream, Zeppelin, CCR, Pink Floyd, ACDC, Foghat, Skynard, the list goes on and on....

Cynthia Gibbish

Nazareth too 👍

Cj Roby

i concur !!!

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