Kris Kristofferson





Kris Kristofferson

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Kris Kristofferson Guitar C...
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The Bob Dylan Story
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For the Good Times
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Soldier's Daughter Never Cries
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Here Comes That Rainbow Again
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Untitled Autobiography Kris...
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The Man Called CASH: The Li...
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“I'd trade all my tomorrows for one single yesterday.”
Kris Kristofferson

“Freedom's just another word for "nothing left to lose".”
Kris Kristofferson

“Her close friends have gathered.
Lord, ain't it a shame
Grieving together
Sharing the blame.
But when she was dying
Lord, we let her down.
There's no use cryin'
It can't help her now.

The party's all over
Drink up and go home.
It's too late to love her
And leave her alone.

Just say she was someone
Lord, so far from home
Whose life was so lonesome
She died all alone
Who dreamed pretty dreams
That never came true
Lord, why was she born
So black and blue?
Oh, why was she born
So black and blue?

Epitaph (Black And Blue)
Written by: Kris Kristofferson
Note: "Epitaph" is about Janis Joplin.”
Kris Kristofferson



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