Lo and Behold! Gigs Lyrics

Details

Author
Bob Dylan
Original Band
Bob Dylan & The Band

Gigs

Billed As Venue City State Country Date
Robyn Hitchcock Belcourt Theatre Nashville Tennessee US March 18, 2007
Robyn Hitchcock Concerts In The Studio Freehold New Jersey US February 28, 2014
Robyn Hitchcock Club Cafe Pittsburgh Pennsylvania US November 16, 2014
Robyn Hitchcock Robyn and Emma's house London England UK May 19, 2021
Robyn Hitchcock Robyn and Emma's house London England UK May 21, 2021
Robyn Hitchcock 40 Watt Club Athens Georgia US October 09, 2003
Robyn Hitchcock Woodstock Playhouse Woodstock New York US September 02, 2017
Robyn Hitchcock Robyn and Emma's house London England UK July 30, 2021
Robyn Hitchcock Belcourt Theatre Nashville Tennessee US March 20, 2005
Robyn Hitchcock The Basement Sydney New South Wales Australia May 23, 2014

Lyrics

I pulled out for San Anton’
I never felt so good
My woman said she’d meet me there
And of course, I knew she would
The coachman, he hit me for my hook
And he asked me my name
I give it to him right away
Then I hung my head in shame
Lo and behold! Lo and behold!
Lookin’ for my lo and behold
Get me outa here, my dear man!

I come into Pittsburgh
At six-thirty flat
I found myself a vacant seat
An’ I put down my hat
“What’s the matter, Molly, dear
What’s the matter with your mound?”
“What’s it to ya, Moby Dick?
This is chicken town!”
Lo and behold! Lo and behold!
Lookin’ for my lo and behold
Get me outa here, my dear man!

I bought my girl
A herd of moose
One she could call her own
Well, she came out the very next day
To see where they had flown
I’m goin’ down to Tennessee
Get me a truck ‘r somethin’
Gonna save my money and rip it up!
Lo and behold! Lo and behold!
Lookin’ for my lo and behold
Get me outa here, my dear man!

Now, I come in on a Ferris wheel
An’ boys, I sure was slick
I come in like a ton of bricks
Laid a few tricks on ’em
Goin’ back to Pittsburgh
Count up to thirty
Round that horn and ride that herd
Gonna thread up!
Lo and behold! Lo and behold!
Lookin’ for my lo and behold
Get me outa here, my dear man!