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The Lonesome Road" is a 1927 song with music by Nathaniel Shilkret and lyrics by Gene Austin, alternately titled "Lonesome Road", "Look Down that Lonesome Road" and "Lonesome Road Blues. It was written in the style of an African-American folk song. The lyricist and composer were both extremely popular recording artists. Gene Austin estimated he sold 80 million records, and Nathaniel Shilkret's son estimated his father sold 50 million records.
Lonesome Road is the title of a recording by Doc Watson and Merle Watson, released in 1977. Lonesome Road is out-of-print and was re-issued on CD in 1998 by BGO Records. It was also released in 2002 by Southern Music packaged with Look Away!. I Recall a Gypsy Woman" (Bob McDill, Allen Reynolds) – 3:49.
B Part) Look at that old mule there, the one with one lamp lit He's half blind but there's work in that mule yet He'll pull a heavy load boy, I know him well They never did give that mule no back up bell. A Part) They say whiskey slows you down and clouds up your thinkin' As long as they make whiskey I'd say we'll keep on drinkin' As long as life keeps hitting hard a drink will help you take it As long as we drink whiskey they'll continue to make it. (B Part) Some folks have to slow down if they're maimed or lame. B Part) Just kick this old dog and make real sure he's dead, Then go find another dog, don't you hang your little head.
Album Fiddler's Green. Look Down That Lonesome Road Lyrics. Down where that Southern rail Crosses the Yellow Dog I met an old auctioneer I heard his monologue He said "I got horses I got mules, I got sheep; Some I want to sell boy And some I want to keep I got a tale or two That I need to tell; Sit down beside me And rest yourself a spell I've. lived a good long life And I've no regrets; Let me tell my story Before I forget. Chorus:- Look down that lonesome road Before you travel on; I hate to say goodbye So I'll just say so long See the way that bay horse rides Seems.
The Lonesome Road" is a 1927 song with music by Nathaniel Shilkret and lyrics by Gene Austin, alternately titled "Lonesome Road", "Look Down that Lonesome Road" and "Lonesome Road Blues. Gene Austin estimated he sold 80 million records, and Nathaniel Shilkret's son estimated his father sold 50 million records
The flurry of activity can be traced to the success of the O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack, with its traditional country and bluegrass music.
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