Search results for by week album alabama

We've found 169 lyrics, 20 artists, and 100 albums matching by week album alabama:


Albums:

Week in Week Out [2 Tracks] (The Ordinary Boys) · First Album/Alabama Bound (The Charlatans) · Wednesday Week (The Undertones) · Hit of the Week (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Sleep Is for the Week (Frank Turner) · Eight Days a Week (Billy Preston) · Fashion Week, Vol. 2 (Hutchinson, Hutch) · A Week or Two in the Real World (Hutchinson, Hutch) · NME Singles of the Week 1995 (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Week Days, Weak Knees (Syd) – and 90 other albums »


I moved into this room, if you could call it that, a week ago.
I never do what I'm supposed to do.
I hardly even know my name anymore.
When no one
southern comfort, carry on

Catching catfish on the river
Chasing fireflies by the creek
Kissing Gary William's sister
On the porch Home Coming week
southern comfort, carry on

Catching catfish on the river
Chasing fireflies by the creek
Kissing Gary William's sister
On the porch Home Coming week
southern comfort, carry on

Catching catfish on the river
Chasing fireflies by the creek
Kissing Gary William's sister
On the porch Home Coming week
Well I quit my job down at the car wash
Left my mother a goodbye note
By sundown I left Kingston with my guitar under my coat
Hitchhiked all
Well, I quit my job down at the car wash
I left my mama a goodbye note
By sundown I'd left Kingston
With my guitar under my coat

I hitchhiked
Well, I quit my job down at the car wash
Left my mama a goodbye note
By sundown I'd left Kingston
With my guitar under my coat
I hitchhiked all
beers and I think I found me one
Been working all week
Everybody’s been sleeping
Tonight we’re going to party
Like we’re on vacation
Go ahead and do
York City's mixtape circuit. He's already in the studio working on his upcoming album with tracks produced by Dr. Dre, Shaw Money, and Eminem himself.
Well, I quit my job down at the car wash
Left my mama a goodbye note
By sundown I'd left Kingston
With my guitar under my coat
I hitchhiked all
Well I quit my job down at the carwash I left my mama a goodbye note
By sundown I'd left Kingston with my guitar under my coat
I hitchhiked all
- piano and (probablys) Willie Hachett - mandolin
And Willie Lee McCoy - gtr.
Album: The Bluebird Recordings 1938 RCA #66796
Transcriber:
Well, I quit my job down at the car wash,
Left my mama a goodbye note,
By sundown I'd left Kingston,
With my guitar under my coat,
I hitchhiked
Well, I quit my job down at the car wash,
Left my mama a goodbye note,
By sundown I'd left Kingston,
With my guitar under my coat,
I hitchhiked
This one I wrote this afternoon.
That's the truth.
I had written the first little part of this, and I sang it two weeks ago Sunday on the Ed
I Almost Lost My Mind

-Artist: Pat Boone from "Pat Boone's Greatest Hits"-MCA: MCAC 10885
-peak Billboard position # 1 for 4 weeks in 1956
for 3 weeks in 1966
-Words and Music by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil

Girl, I can't let you do this
Let you walk away
Girl, how can I live through
- piano and (probablys) Willie Hachett - mandolin
And Willie Lee McCoy - gtr.
Album: The Bluebird Recordings 1938 RCA #66796
Transcriber:
Learnin' the Blues
-Artist: Frank Sinatra from "The Capitol Years": Capitol CDP-7 94317 2
-peak Billboard position number one for 2 weeks in 1955
weeks in 1949
-competing versions charted by Bing Crosby (#4), Tennessee Ernie Ford (#9),
-Vaughn Monroe (#10), and Gordon MacRae (#14)
-sung by Vaughn
Shipbuilding was Suede's contribution to the Help album in aid of
Warchild for
Bosnia. It is a cover of the Elvis Costello classic and not
Shipbuilding was Suede's contribution to the Help album in aid of
Warchild for
Bosnia. It is a cover of the Elvis Costello classic and not
position # 1 for 3 weeks in 1975
 -Words and Music by Curtis Mayfield, Calvin Carter, and Jerry Butler
 -charted in 1960 at # 7 as "He Will Break Your
Ratin latent, and perpetratin 

My album's love mics, tough like dirt bikes 

You get frantic, New York City, run and panic 

California, I switch
weeks in 1949
-competing versions charted by Bing Crosby (#4), Tennessee Ernie Ford (#9),
-Vaughn Monroe (#10), and Gordon MacRae (#14)
-sung by Vaughn