Mr. And Mrs. Hugh Cross / Hugh Cross - If I Only Had A Home Sweet Home / My Little Home In Tennessee download mp3 album
A –Mr. And Mrs. Hugh Cross If I Only Had A Home Sweet Home. My Little Home In Tennessee. Guitar – Hugh Cross Vocals – Hugh Cross, Mary Cross (tracks: A). Notes
Hugh Hammersley is an 1892 painting by John Singer Sargent. It is part of the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The portrait is of Mrs. Hammersley, née Mary Frances Grant (ca. 1863–ca. 1902), who was the wife of a banker and a fashionable London hostess. In the portrait, she is delicately poised on a French sofa
Mr and Mrs Andrews is an oil on canvas portrait of about 1750 by Thomas Gainsborough, now in the National Gallery, London. Today it is one of his most famous works, but it remained in the family of the sitters until 1960 and was very little known before it appeared in an exhibition in Ipswich in 1927, after which it was regularly requested for other exhibitions in Britain and abroad, and praised by critics for its charm and freshness
Dr Werner’s colleagues say that only plants can produce energy from the sun, and they cannot explain how he is able to stay HEALTH. He is a SCIENCE and knows a lot about them. The blue whale is an endangered animal, nowadays, people protect whales. FORTUNATE, They study these BEAUTY animals instead of killing them.
The home is made of natural materials, such as wood, stone and mud. It uses solar panels for energy and its water COME from a nearby spring. It took Simon four months to complete his fairytale home. He managed to create a modern wooden eco-home – one of the WONDERFUL houses you can imagine. Simon Dale said, I START working on a new house of the same eco-style. My TWO house will be smarter than the first one. My son BE five now and I hope to celebrate his tenth birthday in a new house. 2)Stonehenge is an ancient monument in south-west England. Wormwood were our neighbours. They had two CHILD . Their son Michael NOT/DIFFER from the other children very much, but their daughter Matilda was a brilliant child. By the time she was five, Matilda was able to read very well.
You will not be able to move to the build phase of the game unless you’ve filled the Christmas Cheer Meter as well. The meter is located next to the Build Meter and its shaped like a candy cane. The workers will only get enough eggnog to fill them up, the rest will be left in the pitcher. When you see that their yellow meter is getting low, give them some eggnog right away so they can work faster. If you let the meter run all the way out the workers will stop working and will go on a eggnog break by fetching the eggnog themselves. You do not want them to stop working because it takes them a long time before they get back to work. The workers will be more likely to get injured if their energy levels fall down too low.
Mr and Mrs Young's small house was in a village, but their children's houses were in a town. Mrs Young was eighty-fiveyears old, and her children said to her, "Come and live in the town near us, Mother. Or come and live in one of our houses. Mrs Young had her (father's/brother's) old gun, and she (crept up behind/hit) the burglars with it. Exercise 3. To make a singular noun (. cat), or a plural noun which does not end in s (. men) possessive, put's after it (. cat becomescat's, andmen becomesmen's); but put ' after a plural noun which does end in s (. teachers becomesteachers'). Then he wanted to visit his old home in (Australia/Hungary). His friends wanted to go too, because they (came from/wanted to see) Hungary. So they (all/both) flew to (Rome/Hungary), and then they (drove to Budapest/went to Budapest in a train).
|A||–Mr. And Mrs. Hugh Cross*||If I Only Had A Home Sweet Home|
|B||–Hugh Cross||My Little Home In Tennessee|
- Record Company – Columbia Phonograph Company, Inc.
- Guitar [Uncredited] – Hugh Cross
- Vocals – Hugh Cross, Mary Cross (tracks: A)
NotesBoth sides recorded 11 April 1928 in Atlanta, GA.
Credits, matrices, and recording dates reported in Tony Russell "Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942."
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): Ⓦ146010 2-A-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): Ⓦ146011 2-A-2
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 146010
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 146011