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Johnny Darrell - The Son Of Hickory Hollers Tramp album


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Oh, the path was deep and wide From footsteps leading to our cabin Above the door there burned a scarlet lamp And late at night a hand would knock And there would stand a stranger Yes, Im the son of Hickory Hollers tramp. Oh, you know, the path was deep and wide From footsteps leading to our cabin Above the door there burned a scarlet lamp And late at night a hand would knock And there would stand a stranger Yes, Im the son of Hickory Hollers tramp. Submit lyrics correction →. 55k.

Текст песни Johnny Darrell – "Son Of Hickory Holler's Tramp". Oh, the path was deep and wide, From footsteps leading to our cabin, Above the door there burned a scarlet lamp, And late at night a hand would knock. you know, the path was deep and wide From footsteps leading to our cabin Above the door there burned a scarlet lamp And late at night a hand would knock And there would stand a stranger Yes, Im the son of Hickory Hollers tramp. Lyrics powered by ww. usixmatch. Показать больше Показать меньше.

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Oh the path was deep and wide from footsteps leadin' to our cabin Above the door there burned a scarlet lamp And late at night a hand would knock and there would stand a stranger Yes I'm the son of Hickory Holler's tramp

LyricsThe Son Of Hickory Holler'. ohnny Darrell. Written by: Dallas Frazier. Lyrics for The Son Of Hickory Holler's Tramp by Johnny Darrell. Oh the path was deep and wide from footsteps leadin' to our cabin Above the door there burned a scarlet lamp And late at night a hand would knock and there would stand a stranger. More lyrics from the album 1965-1970. 01. Green Green Grass of Home.

Johnny Darrell – Johnny Darrell was an American country music artist. Darrell was born in Hopewell, Alabama but grew up in Marietta, in his recording career, Darrell established a trend of introducing lyrically adventurous songs that later became major hits for other artists. His first single, a version of Curly Putmans Green Green Grass of Home was issued in 1965, to be followed by As Long as the Wind Blows in 1966. This was followed by his performance of Dallas Fraziers the Son of Hickory Hollers Tramp in 1968, and the crossover hit With Pen in Hand, in the 1970s, Darrell was associated with the Outlaw country movement. Darrell suffered from diabetes, a disease which would impair his health, Darrell died from the disease at age 57 in Kennesaw, Georgia, and was survived by his wife Jody. The album marked his first major success following the minor success of Love Lifted Me in 1976.

Tracklist

The Son Of Hickory Hollers Tramp 2:53
But That's Alright 2:00

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
UA 50235 Johnny Darrell The Son Of Hickory Hollers Tramp ‎(7") United Artists Records UA 50235 US 1967
UA 50235 Johnny Darrell The Son Of Hickory Hollers Tramp / But That's Alright ‎(7", Promo) United Artists Records UA 50235 US 1967

Johnny Darrell - The Son Of Hickory Hollers Tramp album
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Performer: Johnny Darrell
Title: The Son Of Hickory Hollers Tramp
Category: World, & Country
Country: US
Released: 1967
Rating: 4.2/5
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