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« Reply #25 on: November 13, 2007, 11:15:30 am »

Always liked that one.

Heard this one a while back by the guy who wrote it, George Strait, George Jones and Allan Jackson have all recorded it, but don't seem to make a hit out of it, wonder why? Roll Eyes

Nobody saw them running
From 16th Avenue
They never found the fingerprints
Or the weapon that was used
But someone killed country music
Cut out its heart and soul
They got away with murder
Down on music row

The almight dollar
And the lust for worldwide fame
Slowly killed tradition
And for that, someone shouldhang ("Ahh, you tell 'em Alan")
They all say "Not Guilty!"
But the evidence will show
That murder was committed
Down on music row

For the steel guitars no longer cry
And the fiddles barely play
But drums and rock 'n' roll guitars
Are mixed up in your face
Ol' Hank wouldn't have a chance
On today's radio
Since they committed murder
Down on music row

They thought no one would miss it
Once it was dead and gone
They said no one would buy them ol'
Drinkin' and cheatin' songs ("Oh, but I still buy 'em")
Well there ain't no justice in it
And the hard facts are cold
Murder's been committed
Down on music row

For the steel guitars no longer cry
And you can't hear fiddles play
With drums and rock 'n' roll guitars
Mixed right up in your face
Why the Hag wouldn't have a chance
On today's radio
Since they committed murder
Down on music row

Why they even tell the Possum
To pack up and go back home
There's been an awful murder
Down on music row
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« Reply #26 on: November 13, 2007, 07:21:00 pm »

here's one ain't cowboy related in any sorta way, but I heard it on the oldies station today,  yanked me right back to the Fall of 1967,  Marlyin Smith and finding out how much fun them brown eyed girls were.  Grin 


Print: Van Morrison - Brown Eyed Girl Lyrics print version

Hey where did we go,
Days when the rains came
Down in the hollow,
Playin' a new game,
Laughing and a running hey, hey
Skipping and a jumping
In the misty morning fog with
Our hearts a thumpin' and you
My brown eyed girl,
You my brown eyed girl.

Whatever happened
To Tuesday and so slow
Going down the old mine
With a transistor radio
Standing in the sunlight laughing,
Hiding behind a rainbow's wall,
Slipping and sliding
All along the water fall, with you
My brown eyed girl,
You my brown eyed girl.

Do you remember when we used to sing,
Sha la la la la la la la la la la te da

So hard to find my way,
Now that I'm all on my own.
I saw you just the other day,
My how you have grown,
Cast my memory back there, Lord
Sometime I'm overcome thinking 'bout
Making love in the green grass
Behind the stadium with you
My brown eyed girl
You my brown eyed girl
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« Reply #27 on: November 14, 2007, 03:33:37 pm »

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Well now early one day I was on my way to my favorite fishin’ hole
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I was thinking I could sure use another bottle of booze
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My baits a’ runnin a little low

Man a box of 12 gauge would be all the rage
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I’m all liquored up and I’m feelin’ good
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Well just down the road there was a place called Bubba’s
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Man he’s got the goods…

(chorus)
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And the sign said beer, bait, and ammo yeah
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They got everything in between
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Yeah they got anything any old beer drinkin
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Hell raisin, bonified redneck needs

They got your fishin hooks, they got your dirty books
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They got your rebel flag on the wall
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Sign said beer, bait, and ammo yeah
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You ask me they got it all

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Well now when I walked in I cain’t even begin
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To describe just what I smelled
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Lord was it the catfish bait or something Bubba had ate
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Was it those pickled eggs on the shelf

Yeah with a toothless grin he said boy step right on in
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Make yourself right at home, I said no, no, no thank you man
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With a 12 pack of cans and I’ll be good to go

And the sign said…

(repeat chorus)

solo

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« Reply #28 on: November 14, 2007, 04:33:10 pm »

That’s when she ‘n I were datin’ ‘n she’s brown-eyed.  Both daughters brown-eyed too.

She hated Susie-Q by Credence.
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« Reply #29 on: November 14, 2007, 06:09:52 pm »


She hated Susie-Q by Credence.


Every time I hear that song I think of two slices of Devil's Food cake with cream filling inbetween in a plastic wrapper, I think I had the muchies first time I heard it.
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« Reply #30 on: November 14, 2007, 06:24:33 pm »

lets see, 1967,  I'm sure I ate something during that time but the only things I remember are the cars and the girls  Grin Grin
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« Reply #31 on: November 14, 2007, 06:33:16 pm »

Whut I remember most about ’67 was thinkin’ ‘bout how badly I wanted out of school ‘n I had two more years.

I was too miserable ta eat, Del.
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« Reply #32 on: November 14, 2007, 06:34:56 pm »

Whut I remember most about ’67 was thinkin’ ‘bout how badly I wanted out of school ‘n I had two more years.

I was too miserable ta eat, Del.


Oh I didn't realize that song was that old, didn't hear it till about 1971 or so, or least that I 'member.
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« Reply #33 on: November 14, 2007, 06:48:53 pm »

got one of them new fangled  4 track tape players for ma car that year, couple of years later moved up to 8 track.   Grin
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« Reply #34 on: November 14, 2007, 06:57:01 pm »

Funny how ya remember stuff by music.  Ordered my first new car. ’71 Mercury.  New car manager hauled ass with my, ‘n several other folks’, deposits without orderin’ the cars.  Best I know they n’er did find ‘im. It was a mess ta get straight. Took all the paperwork with ‘im.

When it finally did come in I fired it up ‘n put the radio where I wanted it. First song was ‘It Don’t Come Easy’.  Thought ta myself, ‘ain’t that the damned truth!’
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« Reply #35 on: November 14, 2007, 06:58:02 pm »

Oh I didn't realize that song was that old, didn't hear it till about 1971 or so, or least that I 'member.


I remember it in the high school dances 68-69-70
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« Reply #36 on: November 14, 2007, 07:18:55 pm »

here's the top 100 songs of 1967,   lots of good one's in there,  several good memories Grin


Top 100 Hits of 1967 / Top 100 Songs of 19671. To Sir With Love, Lulu
2. Happy Together, The Turtles
3. Windy, Association
4. Ode To Billie Joe, Bobby Gentry
5. I'm A Believer, The Monkees
6. Light My Fire, The Doors
7. Somethin' Stupid, Nancy Sinatra and Frank Sinatra
8. The Letter, Box Tops
9. Groovin', Young Rascals
10. Kind Of A Drag, Buckinghams
11. Little Bit O' Soul, Music Explosion
12. I Think We're Alone Now, Tommy James and The Shondells
13. Respect, Aretha Franklin
14. I Was Made To Love Her, Stevie Wonder
15. Come Back When You Grow Up, Bobby Vee and The Strangers
16. Sweet Soul Music, Arthur Conley
17. Can't Take My Eyes Off You, Frankie Valli
18. Never My Love, Association
19. Soul Man, Sam and Dave
20. Expressway To Your Heart, Soul Survivors
21. Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie, Jay and The Techniques
22. Come On Down To My Boat, Every Mothers' Son
23. Incense And Peppermints, Strawberry Alarm Clock
24. Ruby Tuesday, The Rolling Stones
25. It Must Be Him, Vicki Carr
27. For What It's Worth, Buffalo Springfield
28. Gimme Little Sign, Brenton Wood
28. Love Is Here And Now You're Gone, Supremes
29. The Happening, Supremes
30. All You Need Is Love, Beatles
31. Release Me (And Let Me Love Again), Engelbert Humperdinck
32. Your Precious Love, Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell
33. Somebody To Love, Jefferson Airplane
34. Get On Up, Esquires
35. Brown Eyed Girl, Van Morrison
36. Jimmy Mack, Martha and The Vandella
37. I Got Rhythm, Happenings
38. A Whiter Shade Of Pale, Procol Harum
39. Don't You Care, Buckinghams
40. Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye, Casinos
41. Reflections, Diana Ross and The Supremes
42. On A Carousel, Hollies
43. Please Love Me Forever, Bobby Vinton
44. Alfie, Dionne Warwick
45. San Francisco, Scott Mckenzie
46. Silence Is Golden, Tremeloes
47. My Cup Runneth Over, Ed Ames
48. Up, Up And Away, Fifth Dimension
49. The Rain, The Park And Other Things, Cowsills
50. There's A Kind Of Hush, Herman's Hermits
51. Mercy, Mercy, Mercy, Buckinghams
52. This Is My Song, Petula Clark
53. (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher, Jackie Wilson
54. I've Been Lonely Too Long, Young Rascals
55. Penny Lane, Beatles
56. You're My Everything, Temptations
57. Georgy Girl, Seekers
58. Western Union, Five Americans
59. Baby I Love You, Aretha Franklin
60. A Little Bit You, A Little Bit Me, The Monkees
61. California Nights, Lesley Gore
62. Dedicated To The One I Love, Mama's and The Papa's
63. How Can I Be Sure, Young Rascals
64. Carrie Ann, Hollies
65. (We Ain't Got) Nothin' Yet, Blue Magoos
66. Friday On My Mind, Easy Beats
67. Soul Finger, Bar-Kays
68. Gimme Some Lovin', Spencer Davis Group
69. Let It Out (Let It All Hang Out), Hombres
70. Let's Live For Today, The Grass Roots
71. Close Your Eyes, Peaches and Herb
72. Groovin', Booker T and The MG's
73. Funky Broadway, Wilson Pickett
74. Pleasant Valley Sunday, The Monkees
75. I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You), Aretha Franklin
76. Tell It Like It Is, Aaron Neville
77. Cold Sweat, James Brown and The Famous Flames
78. She'd Rather Be With Me, The Turtles
79. 98.6, Keith
80. Here We Go Again, Ray Charles
81. White Rabbit, Jefferson Airplane
82. Here Comes My Baby, Tremeloes
83. The Beat Goes On, Sonny and Cher
84. Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron, Royal Guardsmen
85. Society's Child, Janis Ian
86. Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon, Neil Diamond
87. I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night, Electric Prunes
88. Mirage, Tommy James and The Shondells
89. Bernadette, Four Tops
90. Everlasting Love, Robert Knight
91. I Dig Rock And Roll Music, Peter, Paul and Mary
92. Litle Ole Man (Uptight-Everything's Alright), Bill Cosby
93. Ain't No Mountain High Enough, Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell
94. Daydream Believer, The Monkees
95. Thank The Lord For The Night Time, Neil Diamond
96. I Take It Back, Sandy Posey
97. Green, Green Grass Of Home, Tom Jones
98. I Can See For Miles, The Who
99. Don't Sleep In The Subway, Petula Clark
100. Baby I Need Your Lovin', Johnny Rivers
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« Reply #37 on: November 14, 2007, 07:30:13 pm »

Lots of motown back then
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« Reply #38 on: November 14, 2007, 07:31:57 pm »

Since LR's submission mentioned Fishing Holes, here is one that you all ought to remember.  The lyrics to the Andy Griffith Show theme song:

Well, now, take down your fishin' pole and meet me at The Fishin' Hole,
We may not get a bite all day, but don't you rush away.

What a great place to rest your bones and mighty fine for skippin' stones,
You'll feel fresh as a lemonade, a-settin' in the shade.

Whether it's hot, whether it's cool, oh what a spot for whistlin' like a fool.

What a fine day to take a stroll and wander by The Fishin' Hole,
I can't think of a better way to pass the time o' day.

We'll have no need to call the roll when we get to The Fishin' Hole,
There'll be you, me, and Old Dog Trey, to doodle time away.

If we don't hook a perch or bass, we'll cool our toes in dewy grass,
Or else pull up a weed to chaw, and maybe set and jaw.

Hangin' around, takin' our ease, watchin' that hound a-scratchin' at his fleas.

Come on, take down your fishin' pole and meet me at The Fishin' Hole,
I can't think of a better way to pass the time o' day.
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« Reply #39 on: November 14, 2007, 07:38:46 pm »

You translated all that whistling?
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« Reply #40 on: November 14, 2007, 07:41:02 pm »

 Shocked

that's pretty good, I never understood a word, they was whistling sa loud.
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« Reply #41 on: November 14, 2007, 07:48:02 pm »

You translated all that whistling?

You didn't know there were words, huh?

How about this one:

Want you to meet the family that's known as The Real McCoys.
From West Virginee they came to stay in sunny Californi-ay.
That's Grand Pappy Amos and the girls and the boys of the family known as the Real McCoys.

Livin' like good folks should live, as happy as kids with toys.
Ol Grand Pappy Amos is head of the clan, he roars like a lion, but he's gentle as a lamb.
His grandson Luke keeps beaming with joy, since he made miss Kate Missus Luke McCoy.

What a house keeper Kate is, she's doin' what she enjoys.
No gal can beat her when it comes to looks, the same can be said about the way she cooks.
For Grand Pappy Amos and the girls and boys of the family known as the Real McCoys.

Sharing each others sorrows, enjoyin' each others joys.
Like all other families they quarrel and fuss, but it ain't never serious,
With Grand Pappy Amos and the girls and boys of the family known as the Real McCoys.
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« Reply #42 on: November 14, 2007, 07:51:37 pm »

I remember that one, seen about all them real McCoy's shows  Grin
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« Reply #43 on: November 14, 2007, 07:54:52 pm »

Po folks with a illeagal hired hand and a housekeeper........... Grin
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« Reply #44 on: November 14, 2007, 07:56:01 pm »

We chased lady luck, 'til we finally struck Bonanza.
With a gun and a rope and a hat full of hope, planted a family tree.  We got hold of a pot of gold, Bonanza.
With a horse and a saddle, and a range full of cattle, how rich can a fellow be?

On this land we put our brand, Cartwright is the name, fortune smiled, the day we filed the Ponderosa claim.
Here in the West, we're livin' the best, Bonanza, if anyone fights any one of us, he's go a fight with me, Bonanza.

Hoss and Joe and Adam know every rock and pine, no one works, fights, or eats, like those boys of mine.  Here we stand in the middle of a grand Bonanza.
With a gun and a rope and a hatful of hope, we planted our family tree, we got hold of a potful of gold, Bonanza.

With a houseful of friends where the rainbow ends, how rich can a fellow be?
On this land we put our brand, Cartwright is the name, fortune smiled, the day we filed the Ponderosa claim.  Here in the west we're livin' the best Bonanza.

With the friendliest, fightingist, loving band, that ever set foot in the promised land, and we're happier than them all.
That's why we call it Bonanza...Bonanza...Bonanza...


And the version NBC shot down.
      

(Little Joe solo) I've got a flair for women everywhere---Bonanza!
(Hoss solo) Bonanza! (Barks and howls)
(All three) I'm not afraid of any pretty maid--Bonanza! Bonanza!
But when I give a kiss to any little miss, She'll learn a lot from me

(Ben solo) I'm not afraid of any pretty maid--Bonanza!
(All three) Bonanza!
When I give a kiss to any little miss
She'll learn a lot from me
Hair of brown, hair of gold
I'll take what I see

We're not a one to saddle up and run--Bonanza! Bonanza!
Anyone of us who starts a little fuss
Knows he can count on me
One for four, four for all
This we guarantee

We got a right to pick a little fight--Bonanza! Bonanza!
If anyone fights any one of us
He's gotta fight with me!
 


(Little Joe solo) I've got a flair for women everywhere---Bonanza!
(Hoss solo) Bonanza! (Barks and howls)
(All three) I'm not afraid of any pretty maid--Bonanza! Bonanza!
But when I give a kiss to any little miss, She'll learn a lot from me

(Ben solo) I'm not afraid of any pretty maid--Bonanza!
(All three) Bonanza!
When I give a kiss to any little miss
She'll learn a lot from me
Hair of brown, hair of gold
I'll take what I see

We're not a one to saddle up and run--Bonanza! Bonanza!
Anyone of us who starts a little fuss
Knows he can count on me
One for four, four for all
This we guarantee

We got a right to pick a little fight--Bonanza! Bonanza!
If anyone fights any one of us
He's gotta fight with me!
 
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« Reply #45 on: November 14, 2007, 09:19:28 pm »

Del, you is just a fount of little known knowledge.................... Cool Grin
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« Reply #46 on: November 15, 2007, 01:51:00 pm »

Y'all gonna start makin me start thinkin I'm a kid again.  Shame they can't make good shows like that any more.  Mebbe they should bring em all back whilst tha writers strike is goin on.  Be a whole lot more decent that tha reality shows they's plannin on foistin on ya!
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« Reply #47 on: November 15, 2007, 02:02:33 pm »

The lyrics of one of my favorites:

Batman

Batman

Batman

Batman

Batman
Batman
Batman

Batman
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« Reply #48 on: November 15, 2007, 08:13:44 pm »

The lyrics of one of my favorites:

Batman

Batman

Batman

Batman

Batman
Batman
Batman

Batman

Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

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« Reply #49 on: November 15, 2007, 11:01:03 pm »

For theme songs, I find this one hard to beat, only the first have was sung on the show.

Have Gun Will Travel reads the card of a man.
A knight without armor in a savage land.

His fast gun for hire heeds the calling wind.
A soldier of fortune is the man called Paladin.

Paladin, Paladin Where do you roam?
Paladin, Paladin, Far, far from home.

He travels on to wherever he must
A chess knight of silver is his badge of trust

There are campfire legends that the trailmen spin
Of the man with the gun
Of the man called Paladin

Paladin Paladin Where do you roam?
Paladin Paladin Far, far from home
Far from home.  Far from home.
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