Where the Devil Don't Stay
"Where the Devil Don't Stay" is a song written and recorded by the rock and alt-country group Drive-By Truckers, and released on their 2004 album, The Dirty South.
DBT's frontman, Patterson Hood, had this to say about the song:
"Cooley wrote this one, based on a poem by his uncle Ed Cooley. Ed got to be there when we recorded it. Think he packed for a long evening of recording, but we'd been playing it live for a year or so and ended up nailing it in one take. Think Ed might have been a little disappointed by that."
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