The songs he has written:

Richard's Slide Blues

 
Recorded by:      
Dick Feller Some Days Are Diamonds 1975 Asylum

Lyric:
If you want me call me honey
And I'll be there at your door
If you want me call me honey
And I'll be there at your door
But honey if you don't want me
There's a good chance you won't see me anymore

If there's anything I've learned
In all my days of ramblin' 'round
If there's anything I've learned
In all my days of ramblin' 'round
I don't make too many promises
When I know there's only one way outa town
Now write that down

I've got a friend up in Ann Arbor
Says the world is all bullshit
Got a friend in Ann Arbor he
Says it's all bullshit
Well I can't say I agree with him
But I'm damn sure careful where I step

Honey I'll work out in your orchard
And I'll help you trim your trees
I will take care of your bushes
And I'll help you trim your trees
But don't give away your peaches
Then come cryin' back to me to rake the leaves
No thank you please

Writer: Dick Feller  Sony/ATV Songs LLC Tree Publishing