Death is Comin' and I Ain't Got No Home

by Leche

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Leche dun done it again with ‘Death is Comin’ and I Ain’t Got No Home’. This single consists of two of the world’s most shit kickingest tracks: Death is Comin’ (a revamped version of an old Leche standard), and I Ain’t Got No Home (a cover of the classic hit written by Woody Guthrie). Sink in and let this balls-to-the-wall release clock you straight into 95mph.

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released January 19, 2016




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Track Name: Death Is Comin'
The pool was big and dry
He saw his girl and cried
She was white just like chlorine

The store was big and dry
He saw his boss and lied
He was green just like his Pa

The home was cold and moldy
He saw his room and tried
He was gone just like his brother

The car went fast then slow
He saw his wife and died
She leaned back just like a drunk
Track Name: I Ain't Got No Home
I ain't got no home, I'm just a-roamin' 'round,
Just a wandrin' worker, I go from town to town.
And the police make it hard wherever I may go
And I ain't got no home in this world anymore.

My brothers and my sisters are stranded on this road,
A hot and dusty road that a million feet have trod;
Rich man took my home and drove me from my door
And I ain't got no home in this world anymore.

Was a-farmin' on the shares, and always I was poor;
My crops I lay into the banker's store.
My wife took down and died upon the cabin floor,
And I ain't got no home in this world anymore.

I mined in your mines and I gathered in your corn
I been working, mister, since the day I was born
Now I worry all the time like I never did before
'Cause I ain't got no home in this world anymore

Now as I look around, it's mighty plain to see
This world is such a great and a funny place to be;
Oh, the gamblin' man is rich an' the workin' man is poor,
And I ain't got no home in this world anymore.