Lyrics to
Song To Rufus

Released by Bob Seger in 1970
From the Album: Mongrel |

This version of Song To Rufus was released by Bob Seger in 1970.

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I’m headin to Atlanta, leavin on a Delta plane
Uh huh all right
I’m headin to Atlanta, leavin on a Delta plane
Uh huh good good
I’ll carry my trenchcoat but I sure don’t think it’s gonna rain
Ah ah oh no
The gold is in my pockets
Caps and tabs are in my sleeves
Ah ha
Gold is in my pockets
Caps and tabs are in my sleeves

Oh yeah
Stand to make a thousand, if I can just get past the theif
Oh yeah, oh there they are, Ohhh

I’m a junk runner honey, hotter than the noonday sun
Oh mercy
I’m a junk runner honey, hotter than the noonday sun
Oh yeah come true
If I don’t make Orlando
You know my runnin days are done


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Bob Seger has released many songs over the years besides Song To Rufus. Bob Seger released songs from 1969 to 2006 spanning across albums like Ramblin' Gamblin' Man, Noah, Mongrel, Brand New Morning, Smokin' O.P.'s, Back In '72, Seven, Beautiful Loser, Night Moves, Live Bullet, Stranger In Town, Against The Wind, Nine Tonight, The Distance, Like A Rock, The Fire Inside, Greatest Hits, It's A Mystery, Greatest Hits 2, and Face The Promise. Decade Lyrics has over lyrics & songs by Bob Seger.

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About Lyrics and Song To Rufus by Bob Seger

The lyrics to Song To Rufus are the words, verses and chorus for the song released by Bob Seger in 1970. Elements of the lyrics to Song To Rufus are both direct in meaning and also metaphorical with the real meanings of the song only known by Bob Seger and any collaborating writers working on the lyrics for Song To Rufus back when it was created.

Some people have an interest in the etymology behind words and phrases. You can take apart the lyrics to Song To Rufus by Bob Seger in a number of ways. The word "lyric" itself derives from the Latin word lyricus, with the actual English word lyrics applied to the definition "words set to music" listed in Stainer and Barrett's 1876 Dictionary of Musical Terms. Continuing the chain, the Latin word lyricus derives from the Greek word λυρικός or lyrikós. This somewhat means "poetry accompanied by the lyre" or "words set to music." You can easily see that by looking at the background of the word lyric, that the "lyrics to Song To Rufus" means the words set to the music of Song To Rufus, or poetry accompanied by the lyre played by Bob Seger. The singular form "lyric" is still used to mean the complete words to a song. However, the singular form lyric is also commonly used to refer to a specific line (or phrase) within a song's lyrics. Hence, by this analysis of word structure, you could say that the lyric to Song To Rufus and the lyrics to Song To Rufus are both one and the same thing. None of this talk about the word Lyrics is really relevant to fans of Bob Seger who came here looking just for the lyrics to Song To Rufus, but we feel it is still fun to learn what's behind commonly used words and lyrics in songs.

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