Ride ‘Em On Down (Album Blue & Lonesome) by The Rolling Stones  Lyrics

December 4, 2016


  • Album: Blue & Lonesome

  • Genre: Electric blues

  • Lyrics by: Eddie Taylor

  • Length: 2:48

  • Label: Polydor

  • Release Date: December 2, 2016

Before emblematic English rock band, The Rolling Stones, released its covers album 2016, we knew three singles: Just For Fool, Hate to See You Go and Ride ‘Em on Down, whose music video was officially released two days ago.

Ride ‘Em On Down written by Eddie Taylor is a version of the song “Shake ‘Em On Down by the American musician Bukka White released it in 1937. This week, the music video was a totally sensation because it is starring the young star Kristen Stewart, whom we see driving a Ford Mustang in a world post-apocalyptic in L.A. Ride Em’ On Down video was directed by French Francois Rousselet, who has worked also with Snoop Dogg and Jack White.

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Ronnie Wood told about this new album at BBC: “We have spent a lot time choosing and rehearsing. We chose songs that could adapt themselves to Mike’s harmonica, or his guitar riff, and all of them matched pretty well”.

Yeah!
I’m a dealin’ man, still dealing, yeah
I’ll go keep on dealing till I find myself a bed
I got to stop dealing, I believe I’ll ride ’em on down
Well I done stopped dealing, I believe I’ll ride ’em on down

Yeah!
Raised in the country, got up raised in town
Got two kids and they’re all look like mine
I got to stop dealing, I believe I’ll ride ’em on down
Yeah, I got to stop dealing, I believe I’ll ride ’em on down

Yeah!
I’m dealing darling, by some other deck
Seem like somebody gonna take my shit
I got to stop dealing, I believe I’ll ride ’em on down
Well, I done stopped dealing, I believe I’ll ride ’em on down

Yeah!

Yeah!
Born yesterday and not a day before
Here you come knocking at my door
Done stop dealing, I believe I’ll ride ’em on down
Well I done stopped dealing, I believe I’ll ride ’em on down

Yeah!

Yeah I done stopped dealing, I believe I’ll ride ’em on down