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  1. "Sixteen Tons" is a song written by Merle Travis about a coal miner, based on life in mines in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. Travis first recorded the song at the Radio Recorders Studio B in Hollywood, California, on August 8, Cliffie Stone played bass on the recording. It was first released in July by Capitol on Travis's album Folk Songs of the jiuringtyczpenworlden.anourgrebenciopatenniepeachphacarde.co: Folk.
  2. Comments: Mark Andrew White from Conyers,georgia A great jiuringtyczpenworlden.anourgrebenciopatenniepeachphacarde.co many recorded the song,Ernie Ford's version is the definitive one.; Barry from Sauquoit, Ny On July 4th , Tom Jones appeared on the premier episode of the CBS-TV program 'Spotlight'* One month later on August 6th, his covered version of "Sixteen Tons" entered Billboard's Hot Top chart at position #
  3. Oct 29,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Sixteen Tons · Tennessee Ernie Ford Capitol Records From The Vaults: "The Best Of '56" ℗ .
  4. Aug 02,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Johnny Cash - Sixteen tons with lyrics YouTube Johnny Cash - Tennessee flat top box with lyrics - Duration: Barbara Pellegatta 1,, views.
  5. Am F E I was born one morning it was drizzlin' rain Am F E Fightin' and trouble are my middle name Am F Dm Raised in the canebreak by an old mama lion Am E7 Ain't no high-tone woman make me walk the line Am F E If ya see me coming ya better step aside Am F E A lotta men didn't and a lotta men died Am F Dm With one fist of iron an' the other of steel Am E7 If the right one don't get ya then the.
  6. Dec 28,  · Am F E Another day older an' deeper in debt Am F Dm Saint Peter don't ya call me 'cause I can't go Am E Am I owe my soul to the company store [Verse 2] Am F E I was born one morning when the sun didn't shine Am F E Picked up my shovel and I went to the mine Am F Dm Loaded sixteen tons of number nine coal Am G Am The straw boss said, "Well.
  7. According to the book UK #1 Hits by Jon Kutner and Spencer Leigh, Tennessee Ernie Ford was so busy with a five-day-a-week daytime show that he fell behind with his recording commitments for Capitol Records. He recalled, "Capitol told me I'd be in breach of contract if I didn't record soon, but I was always thumbing through songbooks looking for music.

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