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Seems right for the fall. I have this line and the shred of a melody stuck in my head that seems to go "hand me down my walking shoes" But I can't. Anyone know a song like that? Also see thread and others- Walking Cane.
Anybody got a version? D All my sins ect Repeat first verse. That's as I recall it but of course others will know variants. Gandhi, please I've been singing it ever since.
Leisy which I luckily found on my parents' bookshelf all those years ago. The book has my mom's and my sister's names in it before my own To my ears, it's the kind of timeless melody which makes it attractive to all listeners, and repeatable. Peace, Mooh. PM sent and offer made. I don't know how many times I heard that song on the radio, and never deciphered those rapid-fire lyrics.
Substitutes if i die in this hotel for if i die in tennessee jon shestack. It's called "traditional" on that album. I transcribed this from a sound sample Hand me down my walkin' shoes To walk away and leave those blues.
Hand me down my walkin' shoes. Hand me down hand me down my walkin' shoes walkin' shoes. Hand me down hand me down walkin' shoes walkin' shoes. Oh, hand me Look on yonders wall and hand me down my walking cane. I gotta new woman just like my baby got a new man. I think.
Charles Winters and Elond Autry, date? That walking cane - get up and get it yourself. Cause if you ain't got the gumption to fetch it, Better just leave it on that shelf. That mandolin - you don't know how to tune it? That mandolin - you got no riffs or chops. Maybe you got it cheap on eBay, baby Best take it to a pawnshop. The only version I knew is from a little song book that I had as a young boy still have it, btw. No information or notes accompany it, and it contains only the two verses: Hand me down my walkin' cane, Oh hand me down my walkin' cane; Yes hand me down my walkin' cane, For I'm goin' to get that midnight train, 'Cause all my sins are taken away.
Hand me down my bottle of corn, Oh hand me down my bottle of corn; Oh hand me down my bottle of corn, For I'm goin' to get drunk sure as you're born, 'Cause all my sins are taken away. In the book the song is accompanied only by a small pen and ink sketch of a black man dressed in a top hat and tuxedo, dancing or Hand me down my walking shoes - it's not clear which down the street with a walking cane in one hand and a jug in the other! Reiver 2. But they do point out that for a disenchanted, independent guy, he sure does want to be catered to.
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