Earl Rogers - My Old Kentucky Home / Old Folks At Home mp3 album
|Title:||My Old Kentucky Home / Old Folks At Home|
|MP3 album size:||1956 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1830 mb|
|Digital formats:||FLAC AIFF ASF VOX AIFF MPC FLAC|
All up and down de whole creation Sadly I roam, Still longing for de old plantation, And for de old folks at home.
Текст песни: 1. Way down upon the Swanee River, Far, far away That’s where my heart is turning ever That’s where the old folks stay.
Learn how to play Old Folks at Home - My Old Kentucky Home on the piano. Our lesson is an easy way to see how to play these sheet music.
My Old Kentucky Home, Good-Night!" is an anti-slavery ballad written by Stephen Foster, probably composed in 1852. It was published in January 1853 by Firth, Pond, & Co. of New York. Foster was likely inspired by Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin, with imagery witnessed on his visits to the Bardstown, Kentucky farm called Federal Hill.
All the world is sad and dreary everywhere I roam Oh Lordy, how my heart grows weary Far from the old folks at home. All 'round the little farm I wandered When I was young Then many happy days I squandered Many the songs I sung When I was playing with my brother Happy was I Oh, take me to my kind old mother There let me live and die. All the world is sad and dreary everywhere I roam Oh Lordy, how my heart grows weary Far from the old folks at home.
A. Old Folks at Home (Swanee River). Arranged By – Bruce (50). B. My Old Kentucky Home. Companies, etc. Record Company – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
Stephen Foster Medley: Old Folks at Home/Beautiful Dreamer/Camptown Rac - The Swingle Singers 1969. 07 Stephen Foster Medley (Old Folks At Home, Beautiful Dreamer, Camptown Races, Jeannie With The Light Brown Hair) - Swingle Singers.
mud hole and they all cut across, Oh, de doo-da day Goin' to run all night Goin' to run all day I bet my money on a bob-tailed nag Somebody bet on the gray I went down there with my hat caved in, Doo-da, doo-da I came back home with a pocket full of tin Oh, de doo-da. day Goin' to run all night Goin' to run all day I bet my money on a bob-tailed nag Somebody bet on the gray Longer Version The Camptown ladies sing this song Doo-dah!
|A||My Old Kentucky Home|
|B||Old Folks At Home|