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House Of The Rising Sun (Around Midnight Dub Mix)

08.11.2019 Faurg Rock

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  1. The House of the Rising Sun Lyrics: There is a house in New Orleans / They call the Rising Sun / And it's been the ruin of many a poor boy / And God, I know I'm one / My mother was a tailor / She.
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  3. In the House of the Rising Sun Well, I got one foot on the platform The other foot on the train I'm goin' back to New Orleans To wear that ball and chain Well, there is a house in New Orleans They call the Rising Sun And it's been the ruin of many a poor boy And God I know I'm one Submit Corrections.
  4. House of the Rising Sun (Dub Version) by SATTAS Reggae Band: Listen to songs by SATTAS Reggae Band on Myspace, a place where people come to connect, discover, and share.
  5. There is a house in New Orleans They call the Rising Sun And it's been the ruin of many a poor boy And God, I know I'm one My mother was a tailor She sewed my new blue jeans My father was a gamblin' man Down in New Orleans Now the only thing a gambler needs Is a suitcase and a trunk And the only time he's satisfied Is when he's on a drunk.
  6. Like many classic folk ballads, the authorship of "The House of the Rising Sun" is uncertain. Musicologists say that it is based on the tradition of broadside ballads such as The Unfortunate Rake of the 18th century and that English emigrants took the song to America where it was adapted to its later New Orleans setting.
  7. House Of The Rising Sun Recorded by Conway Twitty Written by Alan Price G Em G A7 C There is a house in New Orleans Em G B7 They call the Rising Sun Em G A7 C And it's been the ruin of many a poor boy Em B7 Em And Lord I know I'm one G Em G A7 C My mother was a tail-or Em G B7.
  8. Samulkree | 10.11.2019 at 13:20 | Reply
    The Dread at the Controls Reggae radio format was created and pioneered by Michael Campbell aka Mikey Dread and lasted four and a half hours on the radio, late nights from midnight until am. The show became a platform and outlet through which the Reggae artist and musician’s music could reach the public, as radio at that time was.
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