archive-org.com » ORG » D » DERROLLADAMS.ORG

Total: 187

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Derroll Adams: Death of Mr. Garfield Lyrics | The Official Derroll Adams Site
    I saw a crowd gathered up over there went across went in And I saw Mr Garfield alaying on the bed And I said Howdy Mr Garfield how are you feelin And he looked up sort of sad like and he gives me some sort like this Well they tell me I ve been shot down very lowdown Well they tell me I ve been shot down low Now there s a lot of folks there that evening and a bunch of them stayed for dinner And one of the fellows that stayed for dinner was a city fellow from Chicago And I asked him if he d liked something to eat And he said Yes I would just bring me something I m used to And he gave me some sort like this Well bring on your ham and your eggs Lord Lord Yeah bring on your ham and your eggs Now there s a city a country fellow there Excuse me folks a country fellow it should have been And he was there and you know how country fellows are I asked him if he d liked something to eat And he said Yep that s always what country fellows say Yep Just bring me some I m used to And he give me some sort like this Well bring on your bacon and your beans Lord Lord Yeah bring on your bacon and your beans Now Mrs Garfield that evening finished up doing the dishes supper dishes And she walked into the bedroom she walked up to the bed and she looked down to Mr Garfield And she said Mr Garfield if something does go wrong and you don t get well Would you mind if I married again And he gave her some sort like this

    Original URL path: http://www.derrolladams.org/songs/death-of-mr-garfield.html (2016-01-08)
    Open archived version from archive


  • Derroll Adams: Darling Corey Lyrics | The Official Derroll Adams Site
    s art works Oil paintings Watercolours Derroll s Studio Footage Featuring or about Derroll Adams I Was Born in Portland Town Guestbook Derroll Adams Guestbook Of Interest Friendly Event Archives Media Media Magazines Internet Web Links LYRICS Darling Corey Darlin Cora see all songs Wake up wake up darlin Corey What makes you sleep so sound For the revenue officers are comin Just to break your still house down For the first time I saw darlin Corey She was sittin in the sand She was hooked in kind of worries Worries about her man Dig a hole dig a hole in the meadow Dig a hole dig a hole in the ground Dig a hole dig a hole in the meadow Just to lay darlin Corey down For the next time I saw darlin Corey She was layin in a door She was hooked in kind of pretty And I like the dress she wore For the last time I saw darlin Corey She was standin in the square To fix gun strap round the meadow And her low down man was there Wake up wake up darlin Corey What makes you sleep so sound For the revenue officers are

    Original URL path: http://www.derrolladams.org/songs/darling-corey.html (2016-01-08)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Derroll Adams: Deep Ellum Blues Lyrics | The Official Derroll Adams Site
    Adams Guestbook Of Interest Friendly Event Archives Media Media Magazines Internet Web Links LYRICS Deep Ellum Blues see all songs When you go down in Deep Ellum Put your money in your shoes Cause the Deep Ellum women Got the money makin blue Oh sweet mama got the money makin blue When you go down in Deep Ellum Put your money in your head Cause the Deep Ellum women They

    Original URL path: http://www.derrolladams.org/songs/deep-ellum-blues.html (2016-01-08)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Jack Elliott & Derroll Adams: Death Of John Henry Lyrics | The Official Derroll Adams Site
    Guestbook Derroll Adams Guestbook Of Interest Friendly Event Archives Media Media Magazines Internet Web Links LYRICS Death Of John Henry see all songs Listen in every heart there burns a flame For the love of glory and the dread of shame But oh how happy we would be if we understood That there is no safety but in doing good People out west heard that John Henry s dead Couldn t hardly stay in bed couldn t hardly stay in bed Monday morning on the eastbound train Going where John Henry s dead going where John Henry s dead Carried John Henry to the graveyard Looked at him good and long Very last words I heard his poor wife say My husband he is dead and gone my husband he is dead and gone John Henry s wife wore a brand new dress It was all trimmed in blue Very last words I heard that poor gal say Johnny I been true to you Johnny I been true to you Now the shaker said to John Henry Lord shake while I swing Swinging the hammer from my shoulder Bound to hear her when she rings bound to hear her when

    Original URL path: http://www.derrolladams.org/songs/death-of-john-henry.html (2016-01-08)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Derroll Adams: Dixie Darling Lyrics | The Official Derroll Adams Site
    Derroll s picking by Walter De Peuter Art Works Derroll s art works Oil paintings Watercolours Derroll s Studio Footage Featuring or about Derroll Adams I Was Born in Portland Town Guestbook Derroll Adams Guestbook Of Interest Friendly Event Archives Media Media Magazines Internet Web Links LYRICS Dixie Darling see all songs My Dixie darling Listen to the song I sing Beneath the silvery moon Banjo right in tune I love no one but you My heart is ever true My Dixie darling My Dixie queen Going down South to have a big time See my girl in Old Caroline Drink my booze and do as I please For all them girls I long to squeeze Singing a song of Dixie darling There s where I long to be goin Down where the jellyrolls going With my Dixie queen My Dixie darling Way down South the Mason Dixie Line Down where the honeysuckles are entwined Down where the southern winds are blowing There s where the daisies growing The girls of the North in gay finery Whirling around in society Singing the song of Dixie darling My Dixie darling Words and music Carlene Carter This song is available on Commode

    Original URL path: http://www.derrolladams.org/songs/dixie-darling.html (2016-01-08)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Jack Elliott & Derroll Adams: East Virginia Blues Lyrics | The Official Derroll Adams Sit
    Derroll s banjos Derroll s picking by Walter De Peuter Art Works Derroll s art works Oil paintings Watercolours Derroll s Studio Footage Featuring or about Derroll Adams I Was Born in Portland Town Guestbook Derroll Adams Guestbook Of Interest Friendly Event Archives Media Media Magazines Internet Web Links LYRICS East Virginia Blues see all songs I was born in East Virginia North Carolina I did go There I spied a fair young maiden And her name I did not know Chorus I don t want your green back dollar I don t want your silver chain All I want is your love darling Won t you take me back again Well her hair it was dark in color And her cheeks was rosy red On her breast she wore white lilies Where I longed to lay my head I d rather be in some dark holler Where the sun refuse to shine Than to see you with another When you promised to be mine I was born in East Virginia North Carolina I did go There I spied a fair young maiden And her name I did not know Words and music A P Carter This song is available

    Original URL path: http://www.derrolladams.org/songs/east-virginia-blues.html (2016-01-08)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Derroll Adams: Five Long Years In The Army Lyrics | The Official Derroll Adams Site
    see all songs Five long years in the army it never was a home Take me back to my hometown and never more I ll roam I m looking for a home I m looking for a home First time in my hometown spent looking for a bed Tramping up and down the avenues for a place to lay my head I m looking for a home I m looking for a home Answered an advertisement stood there in the crowd The landlady she made a speech no dogs no cats no chickens no kids no working men allowed I m looking for a home I m looking for a home First time I saw the bedroom it had just one bed and chair Next time I saw that bedroom there was five guys sleeping there I m looking for a home I m looking for a home I went around the corner just to buy a glass of beer When I got back there was five more men hanging on the chandelier I m looking for a home I m looking for a home If any one should ask you why I sing so shrill Tell them I m

    Original URL path: http://www.derrolladams.org/songs/five-long-years-in-the-army.html (2016-01-08)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Derroll Adams: Frozen Logger Lyrics | The Official Derroll Adams Site
    Friendly Event Archives Media Media Magazines Internet Web Links LYRICS Frozen Logger see all songs As I sat down one evening within a small café A forty year old waitress to me these words did say I see that you are a logger Sir and not just a common bum No one but a logger stirs his coffee with is thumb I once was a logger lover there s none like him today If you d pour whiskey on it he could eat a bale of hay He never shaved his whiskers from off of his horny hide He d just drive them in with a hammer and bite them off inside My lover came to see me it was on a winter day He held me in his fond embrace which broke three vertebrae He kissed me when we parted so hard that he broke my jaw I could not speak to tell him he d forgot his mackinaw I saw my lover leaving going through the snow Going gaily homeward at forty eight below The weather tried to freeze him it really did its best At a hundred degrees below zero he buttoned up his vest It froze

    Original URL path: http://www.derrolladams.org/songs/frozen-logger.html (2016-01-08)
    Open archived version from archive



  •