Rodney Crowell - The One About England / Ain't No Money album flac
Genre: Folk music
Title: The One About England / Ain't No Money
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Ain't No Money" is a song written and originally recorded by Rodney Crowell. It was released as a single in 1980 from his album But What Will the Neighbors Think, but it did not chart. It was later covered by American country music artist Rosanne Cash. The song reached number 4 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics.
Ain't No Money" lyrics. Rodney Crowell Lyrics. Every day now, my friends all say My ship is sailing, could be any day? Any day now it might not feel so blue. She said there ain't no money in just running around You can't make your money from staying at home Yeah, and there ain't no future in the way that it feels today. Baby, there ain't no money Baby, there ain't no money Baby, there ain't no money in the ones that you really love.
I Ain't Living Long Like This" is a song written by Rodney Crowell that was first recorded by Gary Stewart on his 1977 album Your Place or Mine (with Rodney Crowell and Nicolette Larson on backing vocals). Emmylou Harris then recorded the song for her 1978 album, Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town. Crowell released his version as well in 1978 on his debut album Ain't Living Long Like This.
THE ONE ABOUT ENGLAND: RODNEY CROWELL (D (88 – 4/4) (Rodney Crowell). This beautiful song can be found on Rodney Crowell's 1980 album: BUT WHAT WILL THE NEIGHBORS THINK. To play in the original key, place a capo on the first fret. Repeat the previous measure of 4-counts.
All songs and all albums Rodney Crowell You can listen for information on the site. Download the album or mp3, watch videos Rodney Crowell. All video clips of all the songs are here. Also known as Crowell, R Crowell, R. Crowell, . rowell, Rodney Cromwell, Rodney J. Crowell. Discography of Rodney Crowell
Texas native's debut album, released 40 years ago this month, established him as a top-notch singer-songwriter. In August 1972, 22-year-old Houston-born songwriter Rodney Crowell first arrived in Nashville, a passenger in fellow songwriter Donivan Cowart’s 1965 baby blue Chevy Impala. Much as it is today, the city was experiencing a major growth spurt. Urban renewal, an interstate highway system and the changing face of the Music City skyline were among the factors contributing to Nashville’s growing pains.
Anything But Tame (Rodney Crowell). If The Law Don't Want You (Norah Jones). Just Pleasing You (Vince Gill). God I'm Missing You (Lucinda Williams). I'm A Mess (Rodney Crowell). Momma's on a Roll (Lee Ann Womack). Sister Oh Sister (Rosanne Cash). My Fathers Advice (Rodney Crowell & Kris Kristofferson). Long Time Girl Gone By (Emmylou Harris).
All You've Got To Do. Alone But Not Alone. The One About England. The Rise And Fall Of Intelligent Design.
|A||The One About England||3:38|
|B||Ain't No Money||3:30|
- Producer – Craig Leon, Rodney Crowell
- Written-By – Rodney Crowell
NotesFrom The Warner Bros. Album BSK 3407 But What Will The Neighbors Think
|WBS49535||Rodney Crowell||Ain't No Money (7", Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||WBS49535||US||1980|