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Pajaros Discography Tracks. Hitchin' A Ride (7", Single).
Hitchin' a Ride (Green Day song). Hitchin' a Ride" is a song by American punk rock band Green Day. It was released as the first single from their fifth album, Nimrod. Sick" (non-LP track). Espionage" (instrumental; non-LP track) featuring horn arrangements by David Campbell.
from the album Early in the Morning. Hitchin' a Ride" is a song written by Mitch Murray and Peter Callander issued as a single by the UK-based band, Vanity Fare in late 1969. It reached number 16 on the UK Singles Chart in February 1970, but was a bigger hit in the United States, reaching number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the spring of 1970. Hitchin' a Ride" – 3:42. Other cover versions. A country music version of the song was released by country singer Jack Reno and reached on the . country chart in 1971. British group Paper Lace adapted their 1975 version as "Hitchin' a Ride '75", though it failed to chart.
Lyrics to "Hitchin' A Ride" song by Green Day: Hey mister, where you headed? Are you in a hurry? I need a lift to happy hour . My tongue is swelling up, as say 1, 2. 1, 2, 3, 4. Troubled times, you know I cannot lie. I'm off the wagon and I'm hitchin' a ride. My tongue is swelling up, I say shit! Troubled times, you know I cannot lie. Don't know where I'm going.
Mrcleaveland from Cleveland,A catchy little bubble-gum tune called "Hitchin' A Ride" was a minor hit in the late '60s (I think). It was done by a group called Vanity Fare. This song is on Nimrod not Insomniac. Tom from Mead County, KyJust to get something straight with song facts, hitching a ride is on the album nimrod, and was released in 1997. Jared from Oklahoma City, OkBob got close, but "Hitchin' a ride" is a reference to the phrase "Falling of the Wagon" when someone has began drinking again. Joe from Chicago, Ari don't think this song has a definition it's just a kool song that they wanted to make and it is really good live on the bullet in a bible dvd.
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Hitchin’ a Ride Lyrics. Hey mister, where you headed? Are you in a hurry? Need a lift to happy hour Say, "oh no" Do you brake for distilled spirits? I need a break as well The well that inebriates the guilt One, two, one, two, three, four. Cold turkey's getting stale Tonight I'm eating crow Fermented salmonella, poison oak no There's a drought at the fountain of youth And now I'm dehydrated My tongue is swelling up I say one, two, one, two, three, four. The second track and lead single from Green Day’s 1997 album, Nimrod. It tells the troubles of an alcoholic having trouble staying sober. The lyrics highlight Green Day at their most inventive, with nearly every phrase having two or more meanings as it plays with literal and figurative meanings of works and expressions. Hitchin’ a Ride" Track Info.