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Sail Away Ladies

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  1. Dadal says:
    (Sail away, ladies. Sail away) If I ever get my way (Sail away, ladies. Sail away.) Tennessee is where I'll stay. (Sail away, ladies. Sail away) Can't she rock 'em, can't she rock 'em, can't she rock 'em, daddy-e-o Ever I get my new house done. Give my old one to my son Ever I finish this porch and stairs, lie around in my rockin' chair.
  2. Vudorg says:
    Feb 14,  · Sail Away Ladies: Stories of Cape Cod Women in the Age of Sail - Kindle edition by Coogan, Jim. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Sail Away Ladies: Stories of Cape Cod Women in the Age of Sail.4/5(2).
  3. Akinokinos says:
    [Intro] G D G D G G D G D G G C C G G D7 D7 G [Verse 1] G D G D G Ever I get my new house done, sail away, ladies, sail away G D G D G Give my old one to my son, sail away, ladies, sail away.
  4. Salkree says:
    Sail Away Ladies with Clawhammer Banjo Tablature Posted by Tim Rowell on Fri, Apr 22, @ PM This is a fiddle tune generally credited as having come from Kentucky and Tennessee. There's an early recording of this song with words from the imitable Uncle Dave Macon.
  5. Kizahn says:
    Jun 18,  · Sail Away Ladies originated sometime in the 19th century although possibly has origins as far back as the 18th century. It is one of the quintessential American fiddle tunes – like many, it clearly has its origins in Irish or Scottish folk music and was probably brought across by immigrants in the early 19th century; it is most associated with the Appalachian mountains and the string band traditions.
  6. Gukora says:
    I got a home in Tennessee (Sail away, ladies. Sail away) That's the place I wanna be (Sail away, ladies. Sail away) If I ever get my way (Sail away, ladies. Sail away) Tennessee is where I'll stay (Sail away, ladies. Sail away) Can't she rock 'em, can't she rock 'em, can't she rock 'em, daddy-e-o Ever I get my new house done. Give my old one to.
  7. Vurg says:
    Lyrics to Sail Away Ladies by Odetta from the One Grain of Sand album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  8. Sharg says:
    (Sail away, ladies. Sail away.) (Chorus) Ever I get my new house done. Give my old one to my son. Ever I finish this porch and stairs, lie around in my rockin' chair. (Chorus) Ain't no use to sit and cry. You'll be an angel by and by. Won't be a long time 'round this place. So get a look at my funny face.

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