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8 thoughts on “ Walking In The Woods - The Hangmen (3) - Weve Got Blood On The Toes Of Our Boots (CD, Album)

  1. Mar 10,  · ‎Album · · 16 Songs 16 Songs, 53 Minutes Preview. We've Got Blood On the Toes of Our Boots The Hangmen Alternative ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 Intro 2 Last Drive 3 Coal Mine 4 Walking In the Woods 5 Tell Me 6 I Luv U 7 Desperation Town.
  2. Two Hangmen This song is by Mason Proffit. As I rode into Tombstone on my horse whose name was Mac I saw what I relate to you goin' on behind my back It seems the folks were up in arms a man now had to die For believin' things that didn't fit the laws they'd set aside The man's name was I'm a freak the best that I could see He was an executioner a hangman just like me I.
  3. Hangmen We've Got Blood On The Toes Of Our Boots CD Los Angeles' the Hangmen were the original cowpunks, doing it before and better than bands like the Supersuckers (Eddie Spaghetti has called them, "one of my favorite bands of all time").
  4. A lot of these songs appear on the Chess collection of Buddy Guy's greatest hits but it is really worth owning the album. In my opinion, the album is a lost art today. Many bands make two good songs and fill the rest of the album with filler. There is no concern on how a current album hangs together. This album is a work of art as an album/5(33).
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  6. Two hangmen hanging from a tree. That don't bother me at all. Two hangmen hanging from a tree On both sides of Jesus. That don't bother me, that don't bother me, at all. Yeah, sing it. Two hangmen hanging from a tree. You gotta hang around. That don't bother me at all. You gotta hang around, Hanging from a tree now. Two hangmen hanging from a tree.
  7. Walking In The Snow. Run The Jewels. So to close our mouths and kill our minds, they hung us side-by-side And now we're two hangmen, hangin' from a tree That don't bother me, at all Two hangmen, hangin' from a tree That don't bother me, at all (Same all the way to the end).
  8. Fed by the blood beneath the chute The gallows-tree had taken root. Now as wide, or a little more, Than the steps that led to the courthouse door, As tall as the writing, or nearly as tall, Halfway up on the courthouse wall. 3. The third he took—and we had all heard tell— Was a usurer and infidel. And: “What,” said the Hangman, “have.

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