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Jim Boyd And His Men Of The West - Dear John (I Brought Your Saddle Home) / Boogie Bottom Boogie album flac


Performer: Jim Boyd And His Men Of The West
Genre: Blues / Folk music
Title: Dear John (I Brought Your Saddle Home) / Boogie Bottom Boogie
Country: US
Released: 1951
Style: Honky Tonk
FLAC version ZIP size: 1821 mb
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vocals by John Prine). When I woke up this morning There was a note upon my door Saying " Don't make me no coffee, Babe Cause I won't be back no more". And that's all she wrote "Dear John", I sent your saddle home". Now Jonah got along in the belly of a whale Daniel in the lion's den I know a guy that didn't try to get along And he won't get a chance again. That's all she wrote "Dear John", I sent your saddle home".

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Nicholas Sparks, Dear John. And when her lips met mine, I knew that I could live to be a hundred and visit every country in the world, but nothing would ever compare to that single moment when I first kissed the girl of my dreams and knew that my love would last forever. Nicholas Sparks, Dear John. It was largely filmed in the Charleston area of South Carolina. Marty Bowen (Twilight) served as the producer and Lasse Hallstrom (Chocolat) served as the director. Why did you choose that ending for Dear John (John and Savannah not being together)?

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A Dear John (I Brought Your Saddle Home)
Composed By – Aubrey Gass, Tex Ritter
B Boogie Bottom Boogie
Composed By – Bob Newman, Tim Spencer

Credits

  • Vocals – Jim Boyd

Notes

7" copy of RCA release 48-0443

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
21-0055 Jim Boyd And His Men Of The West* Dear John (I Brought Your Saddle Home) / Boogie Bottom Boogie ‎(10", Single) RCA Victor 21-0055 US 1951