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Kris Kristofferson

The Silver Tongued Devil And I

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1971
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  • 1976

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The Silver Tongued Devil and I is the second album by Kris Kristofferson, released in 1971 on Monument Records. In the spoken word intro to “The Pilgrim, Chapter 33”, Kristofferson says he wrote the song about various celebrities. Two of those mentioned, Johnny Cash and Dennis Hopper later performed the song on “The Johnny Cash Show.“ “Epitaph” is about Janis Joplin. Read on...

Song lines: ♪ And shiftin' his share of the blame ... All he's good for is getting in trouble ... Under the smile of a saint

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More songs by Kris Kristofferson (See Charts): I May Smoke Too Much, Magdalene, Watch Closely Now, Please Don'T Tell Me How The Story Ends, Who'S To Bless And Who'S To Blame, Loving Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'Ll Ever Do Again), To Beat The Devil, Don'T Cuss The Fiddle, Nobody Wins, and The Taker.

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