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Muleskinner Blues: The Asch Recordings, Vol. 2, Woody Guthrie
Muleskinner Blues: The Asch Recordings, Vol. 2
Release type: Album
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Release date:

1999

 
Duration: 67:11  
Size, Mb: 71,44  
Bitrate:

149

 
Price for album: ˆ2.00 (discount 20%)  

 
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Title / Artist     Duration Bitrate Size (Mb) Price Download
1
Muleskinner Blues Lyrics 02:52 147 3,00 ˆ0.10
2
Wreck Of The Old 97 Lyrics 02:15 145 2,32 ˆ0.10
3
Sally Goodin' Lyrics 02:29 137 2,41 ˆ0.10
4
Little Black Train Lyrics 02:31 146 2,63 ˆ0.10
5
Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet Lyrics 02:31 157 2,83 ˆ0.10
6
Baltimore To Washington Lyrics
I've gambled down in the town of Newport News
The more I gamble, boys, the more I lose
Baltimore to Washington
Oh Baltimore to Washington
Oh Baltimore to Washington
Oh Baltimore to Washington
I guess they got troubles too

Well the hobos know me up and down the line
They don't know the trouble on my mind
I guess they got troubles too
I guess they got troubles too, boys
I guess they got troubles too
I guess they got troubles too, boys
From Baltimore to Washington

And the police know me up and down the line
They don't know the trouble on my hands
I guess they got troubles too
I guess they got trouble too, boy
I guess they got troubles too
I guess the police they got their troubles too
From Baltimore to Washington
Oh Baltimore to Washington
Oh Baltimore to Washington
Oh Baltimore to Washington
I guess they've got troubles too

Going up north and goin north this fall
If my luck don't change I won't be back at all
From Baltimore to Washington
Oh Baltimore to Washington, boys
Baltimore to Washington
Baltimore to Washington
I guess they got troubles too
02:56 149 3,12 ˆ0.10
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Rubber Dolly Lyrics 02:15 145 2,31 ˆ0.10
8
21 Years Lyrics 03:16 153 3,57 ˆ0.10
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Sowing On The Mountain Lyrics
Sowing on the mountain, Reaping in the valley;
Sowing on the mountain, Reaping in the valley;
Sowing on the moun tain, Reaping in the valley,
You're gonna reap just what you sow.

God gave Noah the rainbow sign
God gave Noah the rainbow sign
God gave Noah the rainbow sign
It won't be water, but fire next time.

Won't be water, but fire next time
Won't be water, but fire next time
Won't be water, but fire next time
God gave Noah the rainbow sign.
02:26 155 2,69 ˆ0.10
10
Bed On The Floor Lyrics 02:24 153 2,62 ˆ0.10
11
Take A Whiff On Me Lyrics 02:44 153 2,99 ˆ0.10
12
Stepstone Lyrics
I stood on the stepstone when school days was over
And longed for the time to go by,
Now that it's gone I stand here tonight
To bid this old stepstone goodbye.

Goodbye to my stepstone, goodbye to my home,
God bless the ones that I leave with a sigh;
Fields will be whitening
And I will be gone to ramble this wide world alone.

I stand on my stepstone at eventide now,
The wind whistles by with a moan;
How did it start and I stand here tonight,
Good bye to my stepstone and home.

Goodbye to my stepstone, goodbye to my home,
God bless the ones that I leave with a sigh;
Fields will be whitening
And I will be gone to ramble this wide world alone.

It's hard to be parted from those that we love,
When reverses in fortune have come;
The world's strongest heart strings have broken in twain,
By the absence of loved ones and home.

Goodbye to my stepstone, goodbye to my home,
God bless the ones that I leave with a sigh;
Fields will be whitening
And I will be gone to ramble this wide world alone.
02:56 154 3,22 ˆ0.10
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Put My Little Shoes Away Lyrics 02:47 158 3,15 ˆ0.10
14
Hen Cackle Lyrics 02:20 142 2,36 ˆ0.10
15
Poor Boy Lyrics
Well I walked down to the railroad yard
T' watch a train roll by
Knew the train would roll that day
But I did not know what time

No I did not know what time, poor boy
Did not know what time
I knew the train would run that day
But I did not know what time

"Good morning Mr. Railroad Man
What time does your train roll by?"
"Nine-sixteen n' two-forty-four,
twenty-five minutes 'til five."

At nine-sixteen, two-forty-four,
twenty-five minutes 'til five.
"Thank you Mr. Railroad Man
I wanna watch your train roll by."

I'm standing on a platform
Smoking a big cigar
Waiting for some old freight train
Carrying an empty car

I rode her down to Danville town
Got stuck on a Danville girl
You bet your life she was a pearl
She wore that Danville curl

She wore her hat on the back of her head
Like high told people all do
The very next train come down that track
Well I bid that gal adieu

I bid that gal adieu, poor boys
An' I bid that gal adieu
The very next train come down that track
Well I bid that gal adieu
02:30 151 2,68 ˆ0.10
16
Stackolee Lyrics 03:00 150 3,22 ˆ0.10
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Johnny Hart Lyrics 02:30 153 2,73 ˆ0.10
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Worried Man Blues Lyrics
Worried Man Blues Lyrics

Artist: Woody Guthrie (Buy Woody Guthrie CDs)
Album: One Of A Kind



I went across the river
I lay down to sleep
I went across the river
I lay down to sleep
When I woke up
Had shackles on my feet

It takes a worried man
To sing a worried song
It takes a worried man
To sing a worried song
I'm worried now
But I won't be worried long

Twenty-one links
Of chain around my leg
Twenty-one links
Of chain around my leg
And on each link
'S an initial of my name

I asked that judge
What's gonna be my fine
I asked that judge
What's gonna be my fine
Twenty-one years
On the Rocky Mountain line

That train pulled out
Twenty-one coaches long
That train pulled out
Twenty-one coaches long
And the woman I love
Is on that train and gone

Twenty-one years
Pay my awful crime
Twenty-one years
Pay my awful crime
Tweny-one years
And I still got ninety-nine
03:00 151 3,24 ˆ0.10
19
Danville Girl Lyrics
I went down to the railroad yard, Watch the train come by
Knew that train would roll that day But I did not know what time.

I did not know what time, boys, did not know what time,
Knew the train would roll that day but I did not know what time.
Good morning, Mister railroad man, what time does your train roll by?

Nine sixteen and two forty four, twenty five minutes ‘til five.
At nine sixteen, two forty four, twenty five minutes ‘til five.
Thank you, Mister railroad man, I wanna watch your train roll by.

Standing on the platform, smoking a big cigar,
Waitin' for some old freight train that carries an empty car.

I rode her down to Danville town, got stuck on a Danville girl,
Bet your life she was a pearl, she wore that Danville curl.

She wore her hat on the back of her head like high tone people all do,
Very next train come down that track, I bid that gal adieu.

I bid that gal adieu, poor boys, I bid that gal adieu,
The very next train come down that track, I bid that gal adieu.
03:00 148 3,19 ˆ0.10
20
Gamling Man Lyrics 02:22 149 2,51 ˆ0.10
21
Rye Straw Lyrics 02:51 142 2,88 ˆ0.10
22
Crawdad Song Lyrics 02:54 144 3,00 ˆ0.10
23
Ida Red Lyrics 03:02 136 2,95 ˆ0.10
24
Keep My Skillet Good And Greasy Lyrics 02:46 151 2,99 ˆ0.10
25
Train 45 Lyrics 02:40 148 2,82 ˆ0.10