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8 thoughts on “ I Remember Loving You - Utah Phillips - All Used Up: A Scrapbook

  • Mozuru
    25.05.2020 at 19:21
    Subject: Lyr Add: Utah Phillips songs From: Stewie Date: 24 Mar 03 - AM I have been gathering together lyrics of odd Utah Phillips songs for a presentation at a festival in a couple of months' time. Since I have typed them up, I thought I might as well post . Reply
  • Kilkis
    30.05.2020 at 04:27
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Singing Through The Hard Times: A Tribute To Utah Phillips on Discogs.2/5(1). Reply
  • Brazil
    26.05.2020 at 12:51
    Good Though! () Cannonball Blues, Queen of the Rails, Going Away, Frisco Road, Starlight on the Rails, Daddy, What's a Train?, Moose Turd Pie, Old Buddy, Goodnight, Phoebe Snow, Nickel Plate Road No. , Wabash Cannonball/ Tolono El Capitan () The Telling Takes Me Home, The Goodnight-Loving Trail, Dolores, John D. Lee, Dog Canyon, The Star of Bannock, Sitting by the Old Corral, . Reply
  • Mazusho
    27.05.2020 at 08:31
    lyr req: feather ben (peter bowen) digitrad: all the times you're gone all used up cannonball blues daddy, what's a train? dump the bosses off your back (2) green rolling hills hood river roll on i believe if i lived my life again i remember loving you i saw my country's flag go down kid's liberation song old dolores orphan train phoebe snow. Reply
  • Vujas
    29.05.2020 at 06:08
    G Em I look at my brown suitcase G D And think of all the places that I've been, D Railroad yards and prison guards, D7 G All the dumpy little towns along the stem G Em And the whispering of the people G Em D As they watch every move that I go through; D7 I remember all these things, G Mostly I remember loving you. Reply
  • Tygorisar
    23.05.2020 at 12:26
    I Remember Loving You Chords by Utah Phillips. Learn to play guitar by chord / tabs using chord diagrams, transpose the key, watch video lessons and much more. Reply
  • Shakalrajas
    29.05.2020 at 20:10
    Bruce Duncan "Utah" Phillips (May 15, – May 23, ) was an American labor organizer, folk singer, storyteller and britpop.thorgabandispewieldlalen.infoinfo described the struggles of labor unions and the power of direct action, self-identifying as an anarchist. He often promoted the Industrial Workers of the . Reply
  • Daizshura
    30.05.2020 at 02:16
    "The Telling Takes Me Home" collects the best of Utah Phillips' own compositions from his landmark albums "El Capitan" and "All Used Up" Tracks 1 to 10, 14 & 20 originally appeared on Philo "El Capitan", recorded /5(1). Reply

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