Eric Clapton & JJ Cale - After Midnight / Call me the Breeze - Live




The Crossroads Guitar Festival 2004 is a concert film, released by the British rock musician Eric Clapton. It documents live performances and interviews by various guitar players Clapton admires and is the first official Crossroads Guitar Festival. A previous benefit project titled In Concert: A Benefit for the Crossroads Centre at Antigua sometimes regarded the first festival of this standard. The video footage for the release was recorded between June 4 and 6, 2004 in Dallas, Texas.


From the Oct. 14 announcement: Performances by Clapton are featured throughout the collection, including his cover of George Harrison’s “Isn’t It A Pity” and an electric version of “Layla” that was included as a “hidden” track on the Crossroads Guitar Festival 2004 DVD. It also includes “After Midnight” with J.J. Cale, who wrote the song, and Blind Faith’s “Presence of the Lord” with his former bandmate Winwood.







Lyrics



After Midnight


After midnight

We're gonna let it all hang out

After midnight

We're gonna chug-a-lug and shout

We're gonna cause talk and suspicion

Give an exhibition

Find out what it is all about


After midnight

We're gonna let it all hang out

After midnight

Gonna shake your tambourine

After midnight, it's gonna be peaches and cream hmm

We're gonna cause talk and suspicion

Give an exhibition

Find out what it is all about


After midnight, we're gonna let it all hang out

After midnight, we're gonna let it all hang out

We're gonna cause talk and suspicion

Give an exhibition

Find out what it is all about


After midnight

We're gonna let it all hang out

After midnight

We're gonna let it all hang out

After midnight

We're gonna chug-a-lug and shout

We're gonna cause talk and suspicion

Give an exhibition

Find out what it is all about




Songwriters: John W. Cale

After Midnight lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc





Call Me The Breeze



They call me the breeze,

I keep blowing down the road

They call me the breeze,

I keep blowing down the road

I ain't got me nobody,

I ain't carrying me no load


Ain't no change in the weather,

Ain't no change in me

Ain't no change in the weather,

Ain't no change in me


I ain't hidin' from nobody,

Ain't nobody hidin' from me

I got that green light, babe,

I got to keep moving on

I got that green light, babe,

I got to keep moving on

I might go out to California,

Might go down to Georgia,

Might stay home




Songwriters: John J Cale

Call Me The Breeze lyrics © Carlin America Inc




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