The Mississippi Squirrel Revival" is a song by American country music singer Ray Stevens. It is a single from his 1984 album He Thinks He's Ray Stevens. A young boy visiting relatives in Pascagoula, Mississippi catches a wild squirrel, which he sneaks into the First Self-Righteous Church during a Sunday service
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). 1. 30. I'm Kissin' You Goodbye (Album Version). This is one of Stevens' older albums which is notable for not being some permutation of a "best of" album. All of the pieces are original to this album. I remember really liking this one but after not having heard it for over 20 years, I don't like it nearly as well as I thought I would. The songs are silly, that is part of the fun, but they didn't crack me up the way they used to. Three stand out in my mind. Mississippi Squirrel Revival" was one of his hits and is the title piece.
The discography of the American country, pop, and novelty artist Ray Stevens consists of 45 studio albums, 125 singles, 3 live albums, 67 compilation albums, 2 box sets, and 1 extended play. Stevens released his first single in 1957 and his first full album in 1962. Dozens of Stevens' singles have charted on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart and two of them reached on the Billboard Hot 100 chart: "The Streak" and "Everything Is Beautiful"
The Mississippi Squirrel Revival. Album: Greatest Hits (50th Anniversary Collection), 2008. Off the DVD Ray Stevens - Comedy Video Classics, a comedic song about a squirrel that gets loose at church and the chaos that ensues.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Mississippi Squirrel Revival (1992) by Ray Stevens. This album has an average beat per minute of 134 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 106/170 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Mississippi Squirrel Revival. I'm Kissin' You Goodbye. 2. It's Me Again, Margaret.
Lyrics to "The Mississippi Squirrel Revival" song by Ray Stevens: Well, when I was a kid I'd take a trip every summer down the Mississippi To visit my granny in her . .The day the squirrel went berserk In the First Self-Righteous Church In the sleepy little town of Pascagoula It was a fight for survival that broke out in revival They were jumpin' pews and shoutin' Hallelujah! Well, Harv hit the aisles dancin' and screamin' Some thought he had religion others thought he had a demon And Harv thought he had a weed eater loose in his Fruit-Of-The-Looms He fell to his knees to plead and beg and the squirrel ran out of his britches leg Unobserved to the other side of the room All the way.
Originally released in 1984 as He Thinks He's Ray Stevens. Per presence of SID codes, this is a post-1994 reissue.
Tuning: E A D G B E. Author jhonen vasquez 105. 1 contributor total. As the choir sang "I Surrender All". The squirrel ran up Harv Newlan's coveralls. D7. Harv leaped to his feet and said. G. "Somethin's got a hold on me! YEOW!". C. The day the squirrel went berserk.
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