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Wabash Cannon Ball - Dizzy Dean And His Country Cousins - Wabash Cannon Ball / You Dont Have To Be From The Country (Shellac)

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  • Feb 07,  · Dizzy Dean was on a couple of times. They also have had Mickey Mantle and a very young Johnny Bench with a bad mustache, some outrageous pants, and even a segment where he sings. Good stuff. Hee Haw is like wearing an old comfortable shirt.
  • Wabash Cannonball This song is by Roy Acuff and appears on the album Songs of the Smoky Mountains () on the album Songs of the Smoky Mountains () by Roy Acuff and His Smoky Mountain Boys on the album Great Speckle Bird and Other Favorites () on the album King of Country Music () on the album Great Train Songs (An American Legend) () on the album Wabash .
  • Jan 09,  · Wabash Cannonball Dizzy Dean with Lyrics. Wabash Cannonball Dizzy Dean with Lyrics. Skip navigation Sign in. Search. Loading Close. This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue.
  • His earthly race is over The curtains 'round him fall We'll carry him on to Glory On the Wabash Cannonball Chorus She pulled in to the station one cold December day As she rolled up to the platform you could hear all the people say There's a gal from Tennessee; she's long and she's tall She came down from Birmingham on the Wabash Cannonball Chorus.
  • [G] His earthy race is over and the curtain round him f [C] all He'll be c [ D ] arried home to victory on the Wabash Cannon [ G ] ball. CHORUS: REPEAT AS INSTRUMENTAL.
  • Wabash Cannon Ball / You Don't Have To Be From The Country Dizzy Dean And His Country Cousins. 0. Wabash Cannon Ball / You Don't Have To Be From The Country Dizzy Dean And His Country Cousins. 0. The Kingston Trio Kingston Trio. 0. Music Drives Me Crazy / .
  • His earthly race is over and the curtains round him fall We'll carry him home to Dixie on the Wabash Cannonball Listen to the jingle, the rumble and the roar As she glides along the woodland o'er the hills and by the shore Hear the mighty rush of the engine hear those lonesome hoboes call Traveling through the jungle on the Wabash Cannonball.
  • Wabash Cannon Ball by Jerry Reed was written by J. A. Roff and William Kindt and was first recorded and released by Hugh Cross in Jerry Reed released it on the single Tupelo Mississippi Flash in It was covered by Living Brass, J. Tex & The Volunteers, .
  • Wabash Cannon Ball by Willie Nelson was written by J. A. Roff and William Kindt and was first recorded and released by Hugh Cross in Willie Nelson released it on the album Both Sides Now in It was covered by The Four Upsetters, Living Brass, J. Tex & .

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