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Creedence Clearwater Revival — The Midnight Special
Album: Willie and the Poor Boys
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Released: 1969
Length: 4:08
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Well, you wake up in the mornin',
You hear the work bell ring
And they march you to the table
To see the same old thing.
Ain't no food upon the table,
And no fork up in the pan;
But you better not complain, boy,
You get in trouble with the man.

Let the midnight special
Shine a light on me.
Let the midnight special
Shine a light on me.
Let the midnight special
Shine a light on me.
Let the midnight special
Shine a ever-lovin' light on me.

Yonder come Miss Rosie,
How in the world did you know?
By the way, she wears her apron,
And the clothes she wore.
Umbrella on her shoulder,
Piece of paper in her hand.
She come to see the gov'nor,
She wants to free her man.

Let the midnight special
Shine a light on me.
Let the midnight special
Shine a light on me.
Let the midnight special
Shine a light on me.
Let the midnight special
Shine a ever-lovin' light on me.

If you're ever in Houston,
Well, you better do the right,
You better not gamble,
Yeah, you better not fight at all.
Or the sheriff will grab ya,
And the boys will bring you down.
The next thing you know, boy,
Oh, you're prison bound.

Oh, let the midnight special
Shine a light on me.
Let the midnight special
Shine a light on me.
Oh, let the midnight special
Shine a light on me.
Let the midnight special
Shine a ever-lovin' light on me.

Let the midnight special
Shine a light on me.
Let the midnight special
Shine a light on me.
Let the midnight special
Shine a light on me.
Let the midnight special
Shine a ever-lovin' light on me.
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FOGERTY ROCKS ,  CCR RULES...... " got it "........{#Good-vibes}...{#Dancingbanana}
Honorary Southerners.  They play dixie rock as well as anyone.  Notice the tight vocal harmonies and gospel influence?
 JIan wrote:

I too get this mental image when listening to this tune now.  
 
Yep, Twilight Zone for me too. Also it's cool that this is one of those songs that synch up with the dancin' banana! {#Dancingbanana}
 kurtster wrote:

Although been listening to this since it was new, the visual images I associate with this song are from the scene in the ambulance in Twightlight Zone, the Movie.
 
I too get this mental image when listening to this tune now.  
this is the stuff!!!!!
 LizK wrote:
Ahhhhh, this song rocks!
 
YESH!!!!!!!!
CCR was one of the most solid American bands. No debate. Hit after hit after hit of really sing-along songs — even if sometimes, like Travelin Band or Sweet Hitchhiker, one would need to find the lyrics to decode what the hell language Fogerty was singing in! 
Oooooohhhhhhh  those days of the 'Skiffle' group .. washboard,teachest bass, guitar and gazoo .. them were the days  {#Dancingbanana}
This is the worst song on a great album!!!
Twilight Zone - the movie?
 

 coffee-eyes wrote:
Will forever make me think of the old tv show Midnight Special.
 
Although been listening to this since it was new, the visual images I associate with this song are from the scene in the ambulance in Twightlight Zone, the Movie.
Ahhhhh, this song rocks!
I under appreciated his guitar playing until I bought his solo live album. This boy knows his way around the fret board.
O. M. G.  Flashback City!

For what it's worth, I had a submarine buddy from Lancaster, CA, who sounded WAY more hick than I do — and I grew up in SC and GA.  Perhaps it's more about rural (or boondocks) rather than north/south/east/west.

 WonderLizard wrote:

Thanks for posting this. Fogerty, besides being a rock'n'roll badass, is sometimes portrayed as a poseur—mostly because of all those southern affectations. He and the rest of CCR were born and bred in the Bay Area (Emeryville). I don't think Fogerty gets enough credit for his amazing sense of American musical idioms. "Midnight Special" is but one example. After all, Clapton, Richards, and Mayall did the same thing, and we lionize them—and they're British!

 
I guess some people did criticize these guys because they were not "authentic" southern/bayou or whatever, but overall, I think most listeners didn't mind, just as with those English fellows you mentioned.  Besides, was there a traditional or regional  "Northern California sound" that Fogerty could have employed instead?

 vicariance wrote:
Just not a creedence fan and never will be.  His voice is so scratchy. Always sounds like he's in pain.
 

Thats the point,  but I respect your opinion

Chingona.
It's a nice song
 calypsus_1 wrote:

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"  "Midnight Special" is a traditional folk song thought to have originated among prisoners in the American South.<The title comes from the refrain which refers to the Midnight Special and its "ever-loving light" (sometimes "ever-living light").

Let the Midnight Special shine her light on me,
Let the Midnight Special shine her ever-loving light on me. (Traditional)

The song is historically performed in the country-blues style from the viewpoint of the prisoner. The song has been covered by many different artists.

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Thanks for posting this. Fogerty, besides being a rock'n'roll badass, is sometimes portrayed as a poseur—mostly because of all those southern affectations. He and the rest of CCR were born and bred in the Bay Area (Emeryville). I don't think Fogerty gets enough credit for his amazing sense of American musical idioms. "Midnight Special" is but one example. After all, Clapton, Richards, and Mayall did the same thing, and we lionize them—and they're British!

Just not a creedence fan and never will be.  His voice is so scratchy. Always sounds like he's in pain.
Really enjoy this CCR.
 gatorade wrote:
Not a fan of JF or CCR. 
 
Thank you for your vote. It's important! (I'm not being snarky here - it's good that you made your dislike known.) I like JF and CCR, in a blanket sort of way.  You like Aretha's "Think" and Joni Mitchell's "Hejira," so you're SO cool in my book. I love RP because of the variety of music we get to hear here.

I remember when I was still a teenager, and staying up for the Midnight Special (with Wolfman Jack and all manner of acts) was my guilty pleasure. I wish those days could come back, just like they were, and not like they'd be once the networks got their hooks into them. I love to live in the past, because the present is just so UGLY.


Not a fan of JF or CCR. 

Creedence Clearwater Revival by The Boy With The Blues
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Un grupo clave en el desarrollo de la historia del rock.

Conocido por muchos como el mejor grupo de singles, Creedence sigue siendo hoy en día una de las bandas referente a nivel mundial para muchos jóvenes y grupos nuevos. Además, sus canciones se siguen pinchando en las radios como seguro de éxito.

Riffs de guitarra contundentes, voces con potencia, melodías hermosas y capaces de hacerte levantar del asiento... Lo dicho, fundamentales. América les debe muchísmo; ellos son América

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"  "Midnight Special" is a traditional folk song thought to have originated among prisoners in the American South.<The title comes from the refrain which refers to the Midnight Special and its "ever-loving light" (sometimes "ever-living light").

Let the Midnight Special shine her light on me,
Let the Midnight Special shine her ever-loving light on me. (Traditional)

The song is historically performed in the country-blues style from the viewpoint of the prisoner. The song has been covered by many different artists.

Lyrics appearing in the song were first recorded in print by
Howard Odum in 1905

The song was first commercially recorded on the OKeh label in 1926 as "Pistol Pete's Midnight Special" by Dave "Pistol Pete" Cutrell (a member of
McGinty's Oklahoma Cow Boy Band).

Sam Collins recorded the song commercially in 1927 under the title "The Midnight Special Blues" for Gennett Records.  His version also follows the traditional style. His is the first to name the woman in the story, Little Nora, and he refers to the Midnight Special's "ever-living" light.

In 1934 Huddie William "Lead Belly" Ledbetter recorded a version of the song at Angola Prison for John and Alan Lomax, who mistakenly attributed it to him as the author. However, Ledbetter, instead, for his Angola session, appears to have inserted several stanzas relating to a 1923 Houston jailbreak into the traditional song. Ledbetter recorded at least three versions of the song, one with the Golden Gate Quartet, a slick gospel group (recorded for RCA at Victor Studio #2, New York City, June 15, 1940).

John and Alan Lomax, in their book, Best Loved American Folk Songs, told a credulous story identifying the Midnight Special as a train from Houston shining its light into a cell in the Sugar Land Prison. They also describe Ledbetter's version as "the Negro jailbird's ballad to match Hard Times Poor Boy. Like so many American folk songs, its hero is not a man but a train." The light of the train is seen as the light of salvation, the train which could take them away from the prison walls. It is highly reminiscent of the imagery of such gospel songs as Let the Light from your Lighthouse Shine on Me.
Carl Sandburg had a different view. He believed the subject of the song would rather be run over by a train than spend more time in jail.

The song, as popularized by Ledbetter, has many parallel lines to other prison songs. It is essentially the same song as "De Funiac Blues," sung and played by Burruss Johnson and recorded by John Lomax at the Raiford State Penitentiary in Florida on 2 June 1939. Many of the lines appear in prison work songs such as "Jumpin Judy," "Ain't That Berta," "Oh Berta" and "Yon' Comes de Sargent." These songs, including Ledbetter's "Midnight Special." are composite. They mix standard prison song verses indiscriminately. Many of these component pieces have become canonized in the blues idiom and appear in mutated forms regularly in blues lyrics.

Other versions by The Beatles, Burl Ives, Johnny Rivers, Big Joe Turner, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Mungo Jerry, Van Morrison, Odetta, Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee, Little Richard, Leadbelly, Buckwheat Zydeco, Pete Seeger, Otis Rush, The Kingston Trio, The Spencer Davis Group, Lonnie Donegan, Eric Clapton, Harry Belafonte, Big Bill Broonzy, Ursa Major, Paul McCartney and ABBA, among others, have recorded the song.

Bob Dylan references a line from the song - "shine your light on me" - on the second track, Precious Angel, of his late 70s gospel album Slow Train Coming. " in Wikipedia




C.C.R.
I love CCR but this tune is just OK.
Thanks for playing CCR. I needed a bathroom break and with all the great music today I was afraid I wasn't going to get a good time to walk away from RP for a bit.

Ho hum indeed.


 nickhanks wrote:
And I was just thinking earlier this week that at least RP never played Clarence Clearwater Revival, a staple of bad rock stations.  I never bought their albums at the time.  Something about their music just makes me nauseous.  Perhaps I associate it with the smell of bar vomit in the day.  Sorry.
 
So you like the bar vomit in the evening then?  Something about pretentious bozos, who think they're clever, always seems to nauseate me.

Still small spaces for the oldies, like it!
dude
{#Dancingbanana_2}
 romeotuma wrote:


This song is so good for the ears...
 



Oh yes .. ;) + 100

Let the Midnight Special shine a light on me,

Let the Midnight Special shine a light on me,

Let the Midnight Special shine a light on me,

Let the Midnight Special shine a everlovin' light on me.

this song is one of those 'you had to have been there ... '  — and of course, if you can remember anything, you weren't there ... and through that fog of memories comes back the tunes floating on a haze of blue smoke, rolling on the floor and reaching for another ... 
And I was just thinking earlier this week that at least RP never played Clarence Clearwater Revival, a staple of bad rock stations.  I never bought their albums at the time.  Something about their music just makes me nauseous.  Perhaps I associate it with the smell of bar vomit in the day.  Sorry.
My Dad made me listen to this music when I was a kid, and I loved it. Got not enough CCR on my Computer, need to change that!
Love it! 


This song is so good for the ears...


CCR CCR CCR CCR!!!!!!
{#Dancingbanana_2}


Will forever make me think of the old tv show Midnight Special.
When I was a kid and watched the Andy Griffith Show, I thought it was Andy who wrote this song and everyone else was stealing it.{#Confused}
"wanna see something really scary?"
Always the sign of a good day when it begins with CCR...
I haven't seen the films you guys are talking about. I'm transported back to 1981, to San Miguel de Allende, to the living room I had built for my wife, with a wool blanket on the floor and a rustic table with a record player on it for furniture. Klaas Bil, a Dutch art student, and his sidekick (they used to play the local bars) did a lively rendition of this tune, jumping up and down, thrashing their guitars and belting out the vocals. I went into DJ mode so the musicians could join the party. My guests were possessed by a dance frenzy that went on for hours. We donned masks, formed a circle and passed around a big green rubber snake. The snake landed on the floor in the middle of the circle and the women took turns stepping on it, to the horror of the men. Baby Layla, who was then about half a year old, slept through it all.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08YxwTzPwBQ
This is what I think of^

 treatment_bound wrote:
every time I hear this, I can't help but think of the egg-eating scene in Cool Hand Luke ...

 

Every time I hear it I think of the hilarious—and then scary opening scene of "The Twilight Zone" movie with Dan Ackroyd and Albert Brooks.
anyone?
nice cover long live Huddie Ledbetter!
Love Credence...then and now..
Love the early CCR and especially this little ditty!
preachersson wrote:
Great version, but nothing can beat Leadbelly.
Yeppers. This is a truly great cover, but Mr. Fogerty simply cannot imbue it with the passion and desperation Mr. Ledbetter gave it. FYI it was written while Leadbelly was incarcerated in Sugarland Texas, west of Houston. Billy Gibbons is from around there too. Coincidence? c.

Edit: I stand corrected, regarding the origins of the song. Like all the truly great folk songs, this one has a rich, convoluted history. Leadbelly, like CCR, was just another link in the chain.

sdn wrote:
I know it's not supposed to matter with blues, but... John Fogarty just can't sing. :eh:
I beg to differ: JF's whisky-edged gravelly voice is perfect for the blues!
More like the 5:30 a.m. special here in the eastern U.S.!
treatment_bound wrote:
every time I hear this, I can't help but think of the egg-eating scene in Cool Hand Luke ... Nobody can eat 50 EGGS!!
A great movie...when I was younger I used to ride my bike about with mirror shades on pretending to be the evil prison guard. :cowboy:
OK some Born On The Bayou. Born On The Bayou. Play some Born On The Bayou.
My favourite version of this is by Buckwheat Zydeco, would be worth hearing them sometime on RP
every time I hear this, I can't help but think of the egg-eating scene in Cool Hand Luke ...

Nobody can eat 50 EGGS!!



There's a great version on YouTube of John doing this with Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir, with Randy Jackson (yeah, that one) on bass. BTW - YouTube "Midnight Special" and among the covers of this song you will find an amazing array of excerpts of the 70's era late-night live music TV show, with great live performances by a bazillion different artists. Soooo awesome!!
I came here to complain but I would have gotten in trouble with the man. No, really this is very good.
:drummer:
I know it's not supposed to matter with blues, but... John Fogarty just can't sing. :eh:
Great version, but nothing can beat Leadbelly.
Classic.
I love Creedence with a passion, but this song doesn't do much for me.
I spent a great drunken night singing this with my boyz...
Brilliant
CCR has some very good songs, I like this one. On the whole I am beginning to hate them though. Not sure why I am so erked by them.
:motor: :sunny:
Praise the lord!!! or whatever. A good ol happy song which somehow fits in with the new year that came a couple hours ago in sweden. happy new year all
just a old love!!!
Now this is more like it for a Friday morning! Singin' and dancin' my way through the grey clouds and into the sunny weekend! :sunny: Rock n' Roll! Yahhooooo! Hey, and I don't sound to bad singin' this one. Give me my own blues band. Right here in Room 706! :bananajam:
Possibly the BEST intro chord ever used...
cc_rider wrote:
I don't call this a 'cover'. More like an 'homage' or 'tribute'. One of the best renditions of this song, although Leadbelly's is still tops. c.
This is an old song. The wikipedia entry on it is interesting. It's a cover in the way a version of Jack of Diamonds is a cover. Which is to say, yeah, it isn't.
slartibart_O wrote:
Willie & The Poorboys - What a great Album.
Yup. pbm :)
I don't call this a 'cover'. More like an 'homage' or 'tribute'. One of the best renditions of this song, although Leadbelly's is still tops. c.
every time is the right time for a little Creedence! 10
There are times, once in a while, when this is the only song I want to hear. There are plenty of others by them I like, or love, more, but at times this is the only one that will do.
Willie & The Poorboys - What a great Album.
Aaaaaaawww heeeeeeell yeeeeeeeaaaah! :motor:
WonderLizard wrote:
Must be your roots. All of CCR hailed from El Cerrito, CA--next door to Berkeley in the East Bay. BTW, "Midnight Special" predates even Huddie "Leadbelly" Ledbetter's versions. Fascinating article at (click here)
That's a fact. When I was at CAL, I used to work for John Fogerty's brother, Dan, at his Pizza Parlor in Berkeley, North Side... La Val's. One night, John showed up and I ended up talking with him at the bar for a few minutes. He left, and it wasn't until then someone came up to me and told me who I was talking to! My one brush with fame and I missed it! Way nice guy. And... yeah, my step-dad used to live on the same street as the boys. He could hear them practicing in their garage. Yup.
Ye-yah, that ol' cool hand Luke, he's da man! Great song also!
Chumbawamba-1984 wrote:
5) Slice the big piece of chunk in 3-minute sequences 6) Assemble them randomly into various LP (or lately CD) 7) Try to find a relevant title and cover for them (not achieved so far) 8) Sold them out by the pound at Walmart
Wow!!! Three dumb guys in a row. Go to school.
physicsgenius wrote:
How To Create A CCR Song: 1) Write a single line of lyrics 2) Sing it 4000 times
NiceGuy2005 wrote:
3) learn 4 chords 4) Only use two of them in the song
5) Slice the big piece of chunk in 3-minute sequences 6) Assemble them randomly into various LP (or lately CD) 7) Try to find a relevant title and cover for them (not achieved so far) 8) Sold them out by the pound at Walmart
WonderLizard wrote:
Must be your roots. All of CCR hailed from El Cerrito, CA--next door to Berkeley in the East Bay. BTW, "Midnight Special" predates even Huddie "Leadbelly" Ledbetter's versions. Fascinating article at (click here)
2bad it's Wikipedia. I DO find Wiki fascinating; but mainly due to the inaccuracies. WHEN there is over-sight/accountability to minimize opinion & urban legendry being posted as 'truth' I'll give them more 'props'. For now they are merely droll & amusing.
redeyespy wrote:
Wasn't this the song used at the beginning of "Twilight Zone-The Movie," when Dan Aykroyd picks up hitchhiker Albert Brooks? Wanna see something REALLY scary?
I always remember that scene when I hear this song. To the other poster: Bad Moon Rising was the song from An American Werewolf In London.
ThePoose wrote:
Gotta big urge to see Cool Hand Luke.
Swamp-rock. Bayou baby! LUVIT!!! EZ 9. Got an urge to see 'TWILIGHT ZONE:THE MOVIE'
Gotta big urge to see Cool Hand Luke.
"I love Creedence..."
From the Big Lebowski: : Did you have any valuables in the car? : Well, I had some Creedence Clearwater revival tapes.
John Fogarty always makes me feel good. :good-vibes:
ElSupreme wrote:
Damn I always think of 'The Big Lebowski'. This pretty much goes for any CCR (sung) song. 'You're lucky they didn't take the tape deck, or the Creedence.'
"I wouldn't hold out much hope for the Creedence, though." It was first to my mind too. Love it.
algrif wrote:
No it just won't do!!! Upload it now!! At once!! D'y'hear? Now!! (The Jessie Fuller version would be even better !!)
I've only got a 128kbps version; I think it's gotta be at least 192 :(
SinBlossom wrote:
CCR never fails to make me feel warm and fuzzy. Mississippi roots!
Must be your roots. All of CCR hailed from El Cerrito, CA--next door to Berkeley in the East Bay. BTW, "Midnight Special" predates even Huddie "Leadbelly" Ledbetter's versions. Fascinating article at (click here)
algrif wrote:
No it just won't do!!! Upload it now!! At once!! D'y'hear? Now!! (The Jessie Fuller version would be even better !!)
Never mind the cowbells - gotta love that fotdella
lathyris wrote:
Man, amazing -- I've had Leadbelly's version of this song in my head all morning. I guess this version will suffice :)
No it just won't do!!! Upload it now!! At once!! D'y'hear? Now!! (The Jessie Fuller version would be even better !!)
Man, amazing -- I've had Leadbelly's version of this song in my head all morning. I guess this version will suffice :)
CCR never fails to make me feel warm and fuzzy. Mississippi roots!
This just reminds me of drunken new year's eve celebrations and this song being played by even more drunk guitarists. I've never actually heard the original! What a gem. Cheers RP! Slainte!
tightest rythem section either side of the madin dixie line - biotch.,,sdfa
OH DAMN!!! THis freaking RULES!!!!! :bananapiano: :bananajam: :bananajumprope: :bananasplit: :dancingbanana_2: :dancingbanana: :bounce: :jump:
" I love Creedence...!"
Helchat wrote:
I always think of American Werewolf in London, but I think that's another CCR song.... "Bad Moon Rising" perhaps?
Damn I always think of 'The Big Lebowski'. This pretty much goes for any CCR (sung) song. 'You're lucky they didn't take the tape deck, or the Creedence.'
Everyone seems to think this is a CCR song. They singit, yes. But it was written I believe by Jessie Fuller. If anyone can upload a version, it would be a real treat. :biggrin:
redeyespy wrote:
Wasn't this the song used at the beginning of "Twilight Zone-The Movie," when Dan Aykroyd picks up hitchhiker Albert Brooks? Wanna see something REALLY scary?
I always think of American Werewolf in London, but I think that's another CCR song.... "Bad Moon Rising" perhaps?
I just love this. Maybe it's because it was the one CCR song that the rock station I grew up with didn't play, so I yearned for it.
physicsgenius wrote:
How To Create A CCR Song: 1) Write a single line of lyrics 2) Sing it 4000 times
How to describe the laws of physics 1) Figure something out 2) Write it up in the simplest way possible. Ex: For every action, there's an equal and opposite reaction. Perfection does not require complexity, just the opposite, as any true genius will tell you.
Live over produced concert special on NBC (?) Saturday nights in the 70's.
physicsgenius wrote:
How To Create A CCR Song: 1) Write a single line of lyrics 2) Sing it 4000 times
YES...AWESOME x 4000 :bananajumprope: :bananajam: :bananajumprope:
This is a great song to Karaoke to!
This is OK. But can anyone out there upload Jessie Fuller or Ledbelly versions? It would be a real treat!! :bounce: :bananajam: :bounce:
Twilight Zone :sunny:
BKardon wrote:
Dad had just lost his job at Norcom. Winnie Cooper was away at college. Paul and I just got back from playing football- we'd been playing it in Shepard's Park ever since the cool weather set in. It may have just been a typical fall evening, but to us, it was something more.
That just about killed me.
BKardon wrote:
Dad had just lost his job at Norcom. Winnie Cooper was away at college. Paul and I just got back from playing football- we'd been playing it in Shepard's Park ever since the cool weather set in. It may have just been a typical fall evening, but to us, it was something more.
Bwahahahaha
redeyespy wrote:
Wasn't this the song used at the beginning of "Twilight Zone-The Movie," when Dan Aykroyd picks up hitchhiker Albert Brooks? Wanna see something REALLY scary?
Yes!!!
Beanie wrote:
1972. It's fourth of July weekend in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio. My dad and his best friend are in cutoffs, playing frisbee in the street in front of our house. My sister and I are playing water balloons with our cousins. My mom and my aunties are making potato salad in the kitchen. Everything smells of charcoal lighter fluid. My parents have turned the stereo speakers to face out the front windows and this song is playing. Life is perfect. :goodvibes:
Dad had just lost his job at Norcom. Winnie Cooper was away at college. Paul and I just got back from playing football- we'd been playing it in Shepard's Park ever since the cool weather set in. It may have just been a typical fall evening, but to us, it was something more.
I havnt seen the film in question but the song on its own just comes across very mediocar and boring :/ Sorry
Beanie wrote:
1972. It's fouth of July weekend in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio. My dad and his best friend are in cutoffs, playing frisbee in street in front of our house. My sister and I are playing water balloons with our cousins. My mom and my aunties are making potato salad in the kitchen. Everything smells of charcoal lighter fluid. My parents have turned the stereo speakers to face out the front windows and this song is playing. Life is perfect. :goodvibes:
Love your description.. love the imagery! Ahhh.... yea! :cowboy:
I get a kick out of the fact that the :roflol: smiley is in almost perfect time to the song.
etwilson wrote:
Um, pay attention, Fogerty didn't write this. It's a folk song written in the thirties by Leadbelly. And yes, folks songs are often simple and repetative. So what.
Come now. You expect them to do their homework? Ha!
1972. It's fourth of July weekend in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio. My dad and his best friend are in cutoffs, playing frisbee in the street in front of our house. My sister and I are playing water balloons with our cousins. My mom and my aunties are making potato salad in the kitchen. Everything smells of charcoal lighter fluid. My parents have turned the stereo speakers to face out the front windows and this song is playing. Life is perfect. :goodvibes:
Last half hour has been kinda anoying, although good songs, too much repetition! :beat: Oscar
The first time I heard this song was a version by Harry Belafonte, from a very scratchy vinyl manny years ago. Whenever I hear this song, I want to hear that Harry Belafonte version.
CCRap.