Second Song About People Who Need an Appeals Lawyer

Last week’s song was about a guy moments away from the ultimate penalty. This week’s song is about a man with some interesting multi-jurisdictional issues whose central crime is “borrowing” a car. But he also awaits trial in California, it appears. No appeal here, necessarily, but perhaps it might be good to work out some concurrent time in Bakersfield and maybe a sentence modification or parole packet in Tennessee.

 

The real crime is that not enough people appreciate John Hiatt as a songwriter and as a singer.

Enjoy the weekend.

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