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Vernon Dalhart & His Big Cypress Boys - You'll Never Take Away My Dreams / Johnnie Darlin' mp3 track

Vernon Dalhart & His Big Cypress Boys - You'll Never Take Away My Dreams / Johnnie Darlin' mp3 track

MP3 1918 mb. | FLAC 1641 mb. | WMA 1204 mb.

Performer: Vernon Dalhart & His Big Cypress Boys
Title: You'll Never Take Away My Dreams / Johnnie Darlin'
Style: Country
Category: World, Folk, Country
Rating: 4.4 ✦
Other format: AUD VOX XM MP2 DTS DXD MP1

Tracklist

A You'll Never Take Away My Dreams
B Johnnie Darlin'

En Grupos: Dalhart's Texas Panhandlers, Gladys Rice And Vernon Dalhart, Red Flame Kazoo Travelers, The Arkansas Trio, Vernon Dalhart & His Big Cypress Boys, Vernon Dalhart And Company. Variaciones: Verlas todas Vernon Dalhart.

Lindberg! Oh what a plucky lad was he Lindberg! His name will live in history Over the water, he flew all alone Laughing at fear, and at dangers unknown Others may take this trip across the sea Upon some future day But take your hats off to plucky, lucky Lindbergh The eagle of the .

Oh darling Ooh, my darling, you're so fine Ohhhh-ahhh-ahhh. Don't know if words could say But darling, I'll find a way To let you know what you meant to me Guess it was meant to be I hold you in my heart As life's most precious part.

Smile the while you kiss me sad adieu When the clouds roll by I'll come to you. Then the skies will seem more blue, Down in Lover's Lane, my dearie. Wedding bells will ring so merrily Ev'ry tear will be a memory. So wait and pray each night for me Till we meet again. Tho' goodbye means the birth of a tear drop, Hello means the birth of a smile. And the smile will erase the tear blighting trace, When we meet in the after awhile

Darlin'" is a song written by Brian Wilson and Mike Love, recorded by American rock band the Beach Boys with Carl Wilson on lead vocal. It opens the second side of their 1967 album Wild Honey and was also released as a single, backed with "Here Today" from their 1966 album Pet Sounds. The single peaked at No. 19 in the United States, No. 11 in the United Kingdom and No. 10 in New Zealand

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