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"I'm Movin' Out", also known as "(You Let The Blues Move In) Now I'm Movin' Out", is a song broadcast on Mojave Music Radio and Black Mountain Radio in Fallout: New Vegas by The Roues Brothers, with lead vocal by Billy Roues. It appears on the Bruton CD Portrait of the Fifties (BRH100), which is available for TV/film/game licensing from APM Music.

The session personnel were Billy Roues (vocals, acoustic & electric guitars), Gary Solomon (acoustic guitar), Steven Roues (string bass), Kenny Margolis (piano), John Widgren (pedal steel), Carolyn Dutton (fiddle).[1]

Lyrics

Tell me what's in a kiss
If your heart's not in it
We could have wedded bliss
If we'd only begin it

I'm feelin' low down
You know what I'm talkin' about
You let the blues move in, now I'm movin' out

This old house ain't a home
With no love inside it
We set out pretty strong
Now we just can't fight it

I'm leavin' today
I don't want to argue or shout
You let the blues move in, now I'm movin' out

What's the use in buyin' a car
If you won't buy gasoline
We used to be two under par
Now we can't get on the green

I don't know where it went
But it sure went a-flyin'
Love's like dough that's been spent
Now there's no use a-cryin'

Tell me where can I go
East or west or north or due south
You let the blues move in, now I'm movin' out (take it)

(Instrumental break)

What's the use in buyin' a car
If you won't buy gasoline
We used to be two under par
Now we can't get on the green

I don't know where it went
But it sure went a-flyin'
Love's like dough that's been spent
Now there's no use a-cryin'

Tell me where can I go
East or west or north or due south
You let the blues move in, now I'm movin' out
You let the blues move in, now I'm movin' out

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References

  1. Portrait of the 50s liner notes, p. 7
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