Steve Forbert
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Steve Forbert was born and raised in Meridian, Mississippi, an historic city whose position as a crucial Confederate railroad hub was such that it ultimately drew the unwelcome attention of one General William Tecumseh Sherman (who is said to have proclaimed, as he rode out of sight, “Meridian is no more...
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Steve Forbert — Trusting Old Soul lyrics

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I'm a trusting old soul, babe,
And I guess I'll never change
I'm a trusting old soul
And I guess that I'm never gonna change
I've done it all the hard way
And I dug it, too
I'm just that strange

I'm a trusting old soul, babe,
And I guess I'll always be
I'm a trusting old soul
And I guess that I'll always be
I drive down by the poorhouse
And ev'rybody looks like me

I'm a trusting old soul, babe,
And I guess I'll never learn
I'm a trusting old soul
And I guess that I'll never learn
I walk out in my swimsuit
And ev'rytime I wind up burned

I'm a trusting old soul, babe,
And I guess I'll never see
I'm a trusting old soul
And I guess that I'll never see
There's so many salesmen
In line to meet a mark like me

I'm a trusting old soul, babe,
And I guess I'll stay that way
I'm a trusting old soul, doll
I guess I'm gonna stay that way
The birds are busy singin'
I can hear 'em any clear, blue day
Yeah, the birds are busy singin'
I hear 'em any clear, blue day
Birds are busy singin'
I hear 'em any clear, blue day