tracks musicians credits

Something To Fall Back On

Berkley Hart

Initial release : 2003

PSB 12

This album includes a song, Old Gray Deadhead, which refers to the Grateful Dead, Jerry Garcia and deadheads.

Buy from



  • Come on In (Berkley / Hart)
  • Something to Fall Back On (Hart / Howard)
  • Red-Eyed & Blue (Hart)
  • Baby Won't You Let It Go (Rafael)
  • Lonelytown (Berkley / Hart)
  • Old Gray Deadhead (Hart)
  • Desert Rose (Beckley / Drennen)
  • Life Won't Wait (Berkley / Hart / Intravaia / Selis)
  • This Road Don't Go Nowhere (Hart)
  • Woody Guthrie Knew (Berkley / Hart)
  • Everybody (Berkeley / Hart)
  • Up on Cripple Creek (Robertson)
  • My My My (Berkley / Hart / Howard)

  • Jeff Berkley - guitar, percussion, vocals
  • Calman Hart - guitar, harmonica, vocals
  • Ben Moore - piano, organ, clavinet, bells, mellotron, wurlitzer
  • Clark Stacer - bass
  • Brian Cantrell - drums
  • Carl Johnson - guitar
  • Eve Selis - vocals

  • Producer, engineer - Ben Moore

The lyrics of Old Gray Deadhead are as follows;

He's almost 57
But he remembers 25
Like it was yesterday
He still feels that way

He's got a house in Sausalito
But for nearly 30 years
He made his bed
Following the Dead

He's an old gray Deadhead
Lost in the summer of '69
He's an old gray Deadhead
He don't trip no more, but he still gets high

He calls his girlfriend "mama"
He wears a rock-and-roll t-shirt
And he hardly ever shaves

And he still loves "Truckin'"
No matter what
His other Dead friends say
He loves "Truckin'" anyway


He had a motorcycle
He sold it when
Jerry Garcia died
He said he had nowhere left to ride