Me and the Drummer
Me and the Drummer is the forty-seventh studio album from American country music artist Willie Nelson. It was released June 6, 2000, by Luck Records. It features Nelson revisiting some of his classic songs from the sixties with his band the Offenders.
|Me and the Drummer|
|Studio album by |
Willie Nelson and the Offenders
|Released||June 6, 2000|
|Willie Nelson and the Offenders chronology|
|Tales Out of Luck (Me and the Drummer)|
2001 European release.
The album was re-released in Europe in 2001 under the longer title Tales Out of Luck (Me and the Drummer). The re-release omits "What a Way to Live".
All songs by Willie Nelson, except as shown.
- "Me and the Drummer" (Bill McDavid) - 5:09
- "Home Motel" - 4:07
- "Let My Mind Wander" - 5:04
- "I'd Rather You Didn't Love Me" - 3:25
- "Something to Think About" - 2:48
- "No Tomorrow in Sight" - 3:11
- "I'm So Ashamed" - 3:40
- "A Moment Isn't Very Long" - 3:19
- "Rainy Day Blues" - 3:34
- "You Wouldn't Cross the Street to Say Goodbye" - 3:26
- "I Guess I've Come to Live Here in Your Eyes" - 2:46
- "Forgiving You Was Easy" - 2:59
- "What a Way to Live" - 4:11
- "Me and the Drummer - Willie Nelson | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 17 April 2018.
- "Tales Out of Luck - Willie Nelson, Willie Nelson & the Offenders | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 17 April 2018.
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