Lindle Nichols - Cajun Boll Weavil / "If" There's Cows In Big Texas mp3 flac
Complete your Lindle Nichols record collection. Discover Lindle Nichols's full discography. Cajun Boll Weavil, "If" There's Cows In Big Texas (7", Single).
Oh, the boll weevil said to the lightening bug Can I get up a little bit of a deal with you If I was . .
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(Don't Worry) If There's a Hell Below, We're All Going to Go" is a funk/soul song originally recorded by Curtis Mayfield for his album Curtis (1970). The song was meant to serve as a warning regarding the state of race relations and the tempest growing in America's inner cities. The song begins with a woman proclaiming the virtues of the Bible's "Book of Revelation" over an introduction of fuzz-bass guitar and conga drums.
6. –Oakdale Carrière. 7. –Wilson Jones (Stavin' Chain). Willie George Albertine King. Boll Weevil, Like A Winter Needs The Sunshine. 20. –Irvin "Gar Mouth" Lowry. 21. –Alf (Chicken Dad) Valentine.
There, Nichols released his first album, 1996's Joe Nichols. Despite the minor success of its lead-off single "Six of One, Half a Dozen of the Other" (which reached No. 74 on the RPM country charts in Canada), the album sold poorly and he was dropped from Intersound's roster. A second record deal, this time with Giant Records, was short-lived and did not produce any singles or albums
Album Lead Belly Sings For Children. The first time I seen the boll weevil He was sittin' on a square Next time I seen the boll weevil He had his whole family there He is lookin' for a home He is lookin' for a home. The farmer take the boll weevil Put him in the sand The boll weevil says to the farmer, "You treat me just like a man And I'll have a home, I will have a home I will have a home, I will-a have a home I will-a have a home, I will-a have a home".
Lyrics to "Boll Weevil" song by Shocking Blue: Well the first time I saw Boll Weevil He was a-sittin' on a square Well the next time that I saw hi.Well the farmer took the Boll Weevil And pulled him on the red hot sand Well the Weevil said: "It is mighty hot" But I take it like a man Just a lookin' for a home. Well if somebody should ask you Who it was who sang this song Say you set a beating from Oklahoma city. Just a lookin' for a home.
The Boll Weevil Song and 11 Other Great Hits. The Boll Weevil Song and 11 Other Great Hits is a studio album released by Brook Benton in 1961 on Mercury LP record MG 20641 (mono) and SR 60641 (stereo). The album appeared on Billboard's album charts in 1961 for thirteen weeks, reaching position number 70. The orchestrations were done by Stan Applebaum, who also conducted the orchestra on the sessions.
Then the boll weevil say to the doctor, "You can throw out all them pills, 'Cause when I get through with the farmer, Cain't pay no doctor bills," Won't have no home, (twice). Well the merchant got half the cotton, The boll weevil got the rest, Didn't leave that farmer's wife But one old cotton dress, And it's full of holes, (twice). Well the farmer say to the merchant, "We ain't made but only one bale; And before we give you that one We'll fight and go to jail," We'll have a home, (twice)
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Title: Cajun Boll Weavil / "If" There's Cows In Big Texas
Category: Rock / Country, Folk
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