Search results for 4 on 6 by lee ritenour

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Jenny Lynn (Monroe)
2. Methodist Preacher (Monroe)
3. Goin' Up Caney
4. Dead March (Monroe)
5. The Lee Weddin' Tune (Traditional)
6. Poor White Folks
Lee prepares his service for next week

I saw grandma yesterday down at the store
Well she's really lookin' fine for eighty-four
And she asked me if
forty-four beneath my head.

Got up next mornin' and I grabbed that gun
Took a shot of cocaine and away I run
Made a good run but I run too slow
They overtook
The Lancers (#6), 
  Patti Page (#8), Sunny Gale (#17), and Peggy Lee (#26)
- Words and Music by Jenny Lou Carson and Al Hill


(Go . . . go . . . go)
Lee prepares his service for next week

I saw grandma yesterday down at the store
Well she's really lookin' fine for eighty four
And she asked me if
Soon the pines will be falling everywhere
Village children fight each other for a share
And the 6:09 goes roaring past the creek
Deacon Lee
As Deacon Lee prepares his sermon for next week

I saw Grandma yesterday down at the store
Well she's really doing fine for eighty-four
And she asked me
rain
Sure enough it rained that Saturday
"Give me three, four, five, six Main
Nellie dear, prepare I'm on my way"
When he rang the front door bell
Soon the pines will be falling everywhere
Village children fight each other for a share
And the 6:09 goes roaring past the creek
Deacon Lee
The Lancers (#6), 
  Patti Page (#8), Sunny Gale (#17), and Peggy Lee (#26)
- Words and Music by Jenny Lou Carson and Al Hill


(Go . . . go . . . go)
rain
Sure enough it rained that Saturday
"Give me three, four, five, six Main
Nellie dear, prepare I'm on my way"
When he rang the front door bell
Lee prepares his service for next week

I saw grandma yesterday down at the store
Well she's really lookin' fine for eighty-four
And she asked me if
As Deacon Lee prepares his sermon for next week

I saw grandma yesterday down at the store
Well she's really doing fine for eighty-four
And she asked me
demonstrate
Four by four, eight by eight
Twenty by twenty bars, I demonstrate

I'm on that Richard Pryor, Bruce Lee, Muhammad Ali
Bob Marley, Jimi Hendrix,
Soon the pines will be falling everywhere
Village children fight each other for a share
And the 6:09 goes roaring past the creek
Deacon Lee prepares
Lee prepares his service for next week

I saw grandma yesterday down at the store
Well she's really lookin' fine for eighty four
And she asked me if
or four or five or six
The mix is on Scott Larock and Scott Larock is on the mix

Cool like the air we breathe
Inhale, exhale, perpetrators will fail
sides of old blind horses' hides
We had four million barrels of bones
We had five million hogs, had six million dogs
Seven million barrels of porter
We
to change

VI. Soliloquy
Words by Neil Peart, Music by Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson 

"I have not left this cave for days now, it has become
My last
of old blind horses hides'
We had four million barrels of bones
We had five million hogs
six million dogs
Seven million barrels of porter
We had eight
sides of old blind horses' hides
We had four million barrels of bones
We had five million hogs, had six million dogs
Seven million barrels of porter
We
Henry threw Stacker Lee in the river
Then he said I've got a say so to say
He broke out in a song that was wrote by Blind Leonard
He said Julie Anne
together

  Repeat 4X

Verse Two: Too Poetic/Grym Reaper

Back in the days of Lee's and BVD's
I grew up deceived, by wicked enemies
My lifespan began to dim
a smile on your face 'till the New Year

Hello, this is Woody. And we've got a little song for ya. Merry Christmas
1, 2, 3, 4

Hi ya, Merry Christmas
trend setta's
I'm a franchize nigga
Have a mil or betta'

6-0-6-4-4-6-9-4
Blo' dro', wit' the the windows up on deuce 4's
Purple, candy paint
Brand