Bwana
Written by L. Buckingham

The night brings the stranger
The jungle calls for more
The natives in the villages
The visitor at the door
We all have our demons
And sometimes they escape
But Bwana is the visitor
In control of your own fate

Bwana, Bwana, Bwana
Bwana, Bwana, Bwana

The natives in the villages
The visitor at the door
The night brings on strangers
The jungle cries for more

Bwana, Bwana, Bwana
Bwana, Bwana, Bwana

The night brings the strangers
And the jungle calls for more
The natives in the village
And the visitor at the door

Trouble
Written by L. Buckingham 

I should be saying goodnight
I really shouldn't stay anymore
It's been so long since I've held you
Forgotten what love is for

I should run on the double...
I think I'm in trouble
Trouble
Yes, I think I'm in trouble

Come to me darlin', hold me
Let your honey keep you warm
It's been so long since I've held you
I've forgotten what love is for

I should run on the double...
I think I'm in trouble
I think I'm in trouble
I think I'm in trouble
I think I'm in trouble

Yeah
I should run on the double...
Think I'm in trouble
Trouble
I think I'm in trouble
Think I'm in trouble

Mary Lee Jones
Written by L. Buckingham

Days were lonely; so were the nights
She could not tell wrong from right
Body broken, worn to the bone
The final days of Mary Lee Jones
Mary Lee Jones

She could not get him out of her mind
Too much passion burned her blind
Nothing she could call her own
The final days of Mary Lee Jones
Mary Lee Jones

Woah, oh, oh, woah
Woah, oh, oh, woah
Woah, oh, oh, ho
Woah, oh, oh, ho, ho, ho
Oh, oh

Days were lonely; so were the nights
She could not tell wrong from right
Nothing she could call her own
The final days of Mary Lee Jones
Mary Lee Jones

Woah, oh, oh, woah
Woah, oh, oh, woah
Woah, oh, oh, ho
Woah, oh, oh, ho, ho, ho
Oh, oh

I'll Tell You Now
Written by L. Buckingham

I stayed at home today
Didn't have a lot to say
I guess you must wonder why
I'll tell you, tell you now

I felt the same today
The same as always
I guess you must wonder why
I'll tell you, tell you now
Tell, tell you now

I'll find someone today
Someone who can take my place
I guess you must wonder why
I'll tell you, tell you now
Tell, tell you now

It Was I
Written by Gary Paxton

You're telling everybody I'm the one
To blame for all the wrong that you have done
The day that you walked out and left
Didn't say goodbye
Who was left alone to sit and cry?
It was I
It was I

I gave you everything I ever had
The only things I got from you were bad
The times you didn't show up
The times you didn't call
Who was left alone with it all?
It was I
It was I

My love was always yours
To treasure and to hold
If you let a love go by
It will soon grow cold
Temptation is too strong to hide
Are you really satisfied
With my love the way it is?
Let me tell you how it is

So please come back and try to start anew
I know that it's the proper thing to do
Darlin', if we make up
I know we'll never break up
Then I know it's only me and you
Me and you
Me and you

September Song
Written by Maxwell Anderson and Kurt Weill

Well, it's a long, long time
From May to December
But the days grow short
When you reach September
And the autumn weather
Turns the leaves to gray
And I haven't got time
For the waiting game

And the days dwindle down
To a precious few
September, November...
And these few precious days
I spend with you
These precious days
I spend with you

And the days dwindle down
To a precious few
September, November...
And these few precious days
I spend with you
These precious days
I spend with you

Shadow of the West
Written by L. Buckingham

Dancing, ever-changing desert sand
I was burned by the touch of her hand
The setting of the sun scares me to death
I'm a shadow, shadow, shadow of the west
Mmmm...

Once upon a time I was strong and proud
Everything that the law would allow
But more and more, I feel less and less
I'm a shadow, shadow, shadow of the west
Mmmm...

Memories like shadows scorched in the sand
I'm alone, the lonely man
The setting of the sun scares me to death
I'm a shadow, shadow, shadow of the west
Mmmm...

That's How We Do It in L.A.
Written by L. Buckingham

You'll win prizes if you stay
'Cause that's how we do it in L.A.
C'est si bon, come what may
'Cause that's how we do it in L.A.

Oh, hold on tight, now, hold on to stay
'Cause that's how we do it in L.A.
C'est si bon, que sera, sera
That's how we do it in L.A.

It's a lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely place
But it's the only, only, only, only, only place...

You'll win prizes if you stay
'Cause that's how we do it in L.A.
Oh, hold on tight, now, hold on to stay
'Cause that's how we do it in L.A.

It's a lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely place
But it's the only, only, only, only, only place...
You'll win prizes if you stay
'Cause that's how we do it in L.A.
Oh, hold on tight now, hold on to stay
'Cause that's how we do it in L.A.

Johnny Stew
Written by L. Buckingham

Johnny, oh Johnny, where do you roam?
We'll always remain here, so don't leave us alone.
Some say they knew him and some just left him alone.
Johnny, oh Johnny, where do you roam?

Johnny, Johnny, Johnny
Everybody's talking about the amazing Johnny Stew

Johnny, Johnny, Johnny
Everybody's talking about the amazing Johnny Stew

It takes a worried man now, to sing a worried song.
Johnny, oh Johnny, I know you were not wrong

Love from Here, Love from There
Written by L. Buckingham

Sensation sweet at my feet
Such a strong appetite
With love from here, love from there
You only get one bite

With love from here, love from there
When everybody went stag
With love from here, love from there
Everybody was a drag

Sensation sweet at my feet
Working up to the loin
With love from here, love from there
They look you straight in the groin

With love from here, love from there
When everybody went stag
With love from here, love from there
Everybody was a drag

A Satisfied Mind
Written by Red Hayes and Jack Rhodes

How many times have you heard someone say,
"If I had his money, I could do things my way"
But little they know, it's so hard to find
One rich man in ten with a satisfied mind

Once I was living in fortune and fame
And everything that I dreamed of to get a start in life's game
But suddenly it happened, I lost every dime
But I'm richer by far with a satisfied mind

'Cause money can't buy back your youth when you're old
Or a friend when you're lonely
Or a love that's grown cold
The wealthiest person is a pauper at times
Compared to the man with a satisfied mind

When life has ended, my time has run out
My friends and my loved ones I'll leave, there's no doubt
But one thing's for certain, when it comes my time
I'll leave this old world with a satisfied mind