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Dark As A Dungeon - Reg Lindsay - Country Music Comes To Town (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Zulutaxe says:
    DARK AS A DUNGEON As Recorded by Tennessee Ernie Ford Words and music by Merle Travis [G] Come listen you fellers so [C] young and [D] fine Oh [Em] seek not your [G] fortune in the [C] dark dreary [G] mine It will form as a habit and [C] seep in your [D] soul Till the [Em] stream of your [G] blood is as [C] black as the [G] coal.
  2. Dutaur says:
    "Dark as a Dungeon" is a song written by singer-songwriter Merle Travis. It is a lament about the danger and drudgery of being a coal miner in a shaft suhantelumdipabbiderssorewoli.coinfo has become a rallying song among miners seeking improved working conditions.
  3. Gagis says:
    Watch: New Singing Lesson Videos Can Make Anyone A Great Singer Come and listen you fellows, young and so fine, And seek not your fortune in the dark, dreary mines. It will form as a habit and seep in your soul, 'Till the stream of your blood is as black as the coal. And it's dark as a dungeon and damp as the dew, Where danger is double and pleasures are few, Where the rain never falls and the.
  4. Kelmaran says:
    Since the earliest days of commercially recorded country music, songs about mining have had a significant place both on records and in oral tradition. Early on the theme was most often a tragic local disaster; more recently songs have dealt with damage to the land and damage to human health. While this is a new collect.
  5. Doumi says:
    Mar 18,  · Reg Lindsay - Album List (55 Albums = 60 Discs) - Reg Lindsay - Country Music Comes To Town - Reg Lindsay - Country And Western Singalong - Reg Lindsay - National Country & Western Hour - Reg Lindsay - Another Country & Western Singalong - Reg Lindsay - Roadside Mail Box.
  6. Ketaur says:
    G Come all you young fellers, D It's dark as a dungeon and C damp as the G dew D Where the dangers are double and the C pleasures are G few G Where the rain never falls and the C sun never D shines G It's dark as a dungeon way C down in the G mines G It's dark as a dungeon way C down in the G mines G It's dark as a dungeon way C down in the.
  7. Dall says:
    Come listen you fellas, young and so fine Seek not your fortune in a dark dreary mine It will form as a habit and seep in your soul 'Till the stream of your blood is as black as the coal And it's dark as the dungeon and damp as the dew Where the danger is double and the pleasures.
  8. Mazugrel says:
    Come all you young fellers so young and so fine And seek not your fortune in a dark dreary mine It will form as a habit and seep in your soul Till the stream of your life blood runs as black as the coal It's dark as a dungeon, damp as the dew Where the dangers are double and the.
  9. Kagakus says:
    Here's one version of "Dark as a Dungeon" with chords in the key of C. Dark as a Dungeon (C) Come listen you fellows so (F) young and so (G) fine Oh (C) seek not your fortune in the (F) dark dreary (C) mine It will form as a habit and (F) seep in your (G) soul 'Till the (C) stream of your blood is as (F) black as the (C) coal (C) It's (G) dark as a dungeon and (C) damp as the dew Where the (G.

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