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Steve Earle

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Steve Earle (born Stephen Fain Earle on January 17, 1955 in San Antonio, Texas) is a singer-songwriter best known for his country music and rock 'n roll tinged "alt-country." He is also a published writer, a keen political activist (particularly in protesting against the death penalty in the U.S., as in his song "Ellis Unit One" from the movie Dead Man Walking), and has written and directed a play. Earle also had small roles on the HBO television shows "The Wire" and "Treme". His sister Stacey Earle is also an acclaimed singer-songwriter, as is his most recent wife, Allison Moorer, whom he wed in 2005. His first son from an earlier marriage is the singer-songwriter Justin Townes Earle, named for Earle's hero Townes Van Zandt.


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    Well my name's John Lee Pettimore
    Same as my daddy and his daddy before
    You hardly ever saw Grandaddy down here
    He only come to town about twice a year
    He'd buy a hundred pounds of yeast and some copper line
    Copperhead Road  -  419,801 plays
    Hey pretty baby are you ready for me
    Yeah it's your good rockin' daddy down from Tennessee
    I'm just out of Austin bound for San Antone
    With the radio blastin' and the bird dog on
    There's a speed trap up ahead in Selma Town
    Guitar Town  -  207,447 plays
    Well, I took a stroll on the old long walk
    Of a day -I-ay-I-ay
    I met a little girl and we stopped to talk
    Of a fine soft day -I-ay-I-ay
    And I ask you, friend, what's a fella to do
    The Galway Girl  -  253,603 plays
    About the time that Daddy left to fight the big war
    I saw my first pistol in the general store
    In the general store, when I was thirteen
    Thought it was the finest thing I ever had seen
    So l asked if I could have one someday when I grew up
    The Devil's Right Hand  -  151,871 plays
    There ain't a lot that you can do in this town
    You drive down to the lake and then you turn back around
    You go to school and you learn to read and write
    So you can walk into the county bank and sign away your life
    I work at the fillin' station on the interstate
    Someday  -  96,411 plays
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