Showing My Age. They both got a reason to want me dead And tankers tippin' up Thunder Road Ain't but two ways around here Here come your thunder and your lightnin' now Thunder And Lightning. To get your hands on a dollar bill Are gettin' thick as loblolly pine Enjoy Intro (mandolin) (last four lines of a verse and repeat the last line) G Ain't but two ways around here to get G Your hands on a dollar bill G You can sell dry and starve to death G D G Or you can cook it in a liquor still G Well I Got a 40' Ford out back G And buddy that hoss can pull G She can get up hill like a mountain cat G D G Twenty-two cases full Chorus C G I can out run any old G man C G They might as … Boys, it's about to be rainin' I can outrun any old G-man There was a problem playing this track. But it ain't gonna get there free Rose In Paradise. It's not "I can out run any old man" but "I can run out any old ??????? Boys, it's about to be rainin' The group is hotter than ever as they continue their reputation as one of the most respected names in bluegrass music. And a bullet through my bluetick hound Boys, it's about to be rainin' It don't make a damn to me ". Boats Up The River. It'll get there full and it'll get there fast Here come your thunder and your lightnin' now Rock Bottom. She can get uphill like a mountain cat Lonesome River Band In 2012, Lonesome River Band celebrated their 30th Anniversary with three album releases, "Chronology Volumes One - Three" on Rural Rhythm Records. Ain't but two ways around here To get your hands on a dollar bill You can sell dry corn and starve to death Or you can cook it in a liquor still Well, I got a forty Ford out back And buddy, that hoss'll pull She can get uphill like a mountain cat Twenty two cases full I can outrun any old G-man They might as well be pushin' a plow Boys, it's about to be rainin' Here … They might as well be pushin' a plow Mirrors Never Lie. I can outrun any old G-man mlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xmlns:fb="http://www.facebook.com/2008/fbml">, In the 2nd verse one of the lines say “Apple brandy or sour mash it don’t make a damn too me”, In the 1st verse it says “you can sell dry corn and starve to death or you can cook it in a liquor still “, I am thinking it was Dawsoville GA. instead of Daultonville, could've been revenuers I guess, a lone man scalpin' loads, thick as Loblolly pines, Whar does he says in the chorus ? Lyrics for Thunder and Lightning by Lonesome River Band. They run a wood axe through my copper still Runnin' From The Blues. Here come your thunder and your lightnin' now I can outrun any old G-man But that ain't the first I've found I seen a lone man scalpin' loads Here come your thunder and your lightnin' now, You will get 3 free months if you haven't already used an Apple Music free trial, Made with love & passion in Italy. Twenty two cases full Current track: Lonesome River Band - "Thunder and Lightning" Lonesome River Band - "Thunder and Lightning" Like. They might as well be pushin' a plow Here come your thunder and your lightnin' now Apple brandy or a sour mash Well, I got a forty Ford out back Waiting On My Heart To Break. You can sell dry corn and starve to death Old Swinging Bridge. Coulda been old Dan Church They might as well be pushin' a plow But they're gonna have to catch me first Coulda been revenuers I guess Every turn on highway nine Or you can cook it in a liquor still I can outrun any old G-man Here come your thunder and your lightnin' now They might as well be pushin' a plow Enjoyed everywhere, Lyrics for Thunder and Lightning by Lonesome River Band. And buddy, that hoss'll pull Had a little trouble in Dawsonville Boys, it's about to be rainin'