Tex Ritter - Bump Tiddil Dee Bum Bum/I Just Can't Get Away album
A1 Bump Tiddil Dee Bum Bum A2 You Don't Know Me A3 Blue Canadian Rockies A4 I Just Can't Get Away A5 China Doll A6 In The Misty Moonlight B1 Two Glasses, Joe B2 Distant Drums B3 Down In Old Matamoros B4 The Wind And The Trees B6 Jim, I. Wore A Tie Today B7 Hey, Mr. Blue Bird.
Ritter's tribute album to veteran songwriter Cindy Walker, including "Blue Canadian Rockies. I Just Can't Get Away from These Old Memories. 6. In the Misty Moonlight.
Bandit Of BrazilGreen Leaves Of SummerHome On The RangeWagon WheelsEmpty SaddlesHigh Noon (Do Not Foraske Me)Cool WaterSeptember SongRed River ValleyCimarron (Roll On)Take Me Back To My Boots And SaddleLast Roundup.
Album I Clung to You Hoping We’d Both Drown. My Heart Goes Bum Bum Bum Lyrics. You said, "Take the violin that you hang on your wall, Stick it under your bed before it crumbles and falls, Just don't open your eyes before counting to ten" I can hardly remember just the smell of your hands. As they danced on my body, running over my pores With the force of a steering wheel crushing my bones I said, "You smell like the devil but you feel like the lord," And when I think of perfection, you know I'm thinking of your voice. When you tell me you don't call him your.
Bump Tiddil Dee Bum Bum! Bump Tiddil Dee Bum Bum. You Don't Know Me. Blue Canadian Rockies. I Just Can't Get Away (From These Old Memories). Two Glasses, Joe. Distant Drums. Down In Old Matamoros. The Wind and the Trees.
This song is by Tex Ritter and appears on the album Bump Tiddil Dee Bum Bum! (1968).
Flag as Inappropriate. Are you certain this article is inappropriate? Excessive Violence Sexual Content Political, Social. Background information. Woodward Maurice Ritter. Also known as. Tex Ritter. In 1957, he released his first album, Songs From the Western Screen. He was often featured in archival footage on the children's television program, The Gabby Hayes Show. In 1961, he hit the charts with "I Dreamed Of A Hill-Billy Heaven," which had actually been released six years earlier by Eddie Dean. Even after the peak of his performing career, Ritter was recognized for his contributions to country music and artistic versatility. Just Beyond the Moon. Bump Tiddil Dee Bum Bum! 38. Wild West.
The Best of Tex Ritter. Sweet Land of Liberty. 43.
|A||Bump Tiddil Dee Bum Bum||2:07|
|B||I Just Can't Get Away (From These Old Memories)||2:43|
- Published By – Vidor Publications Inc.
- Producer – Kelso Herston
- Written-By – Cindy Walker
NotesPromotion Record - Not For Resale
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 45-54534
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 45-54532
- Rights Society: BMI
|2097||Tex Ritter||Bump Tiddil Dee Bum Bum (7", Single)||Capitol Records||2097||US||1968|