9 Replies to “ Bring Em Down / All For Me Grog - Tramps & Hawkers - All For Me Grog (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. In his notes to the record Come All Ye Tramps and Hawkers (Collector Records, JES 10), Hamish Henderson says that the song “ is reputed to have been composed by ‘Besom Jimmy’, a much travelled Angus-born hawker” of the 19th century. This text is from The Scottish Folksinger edited by Norman Buchan and Peter Hall. They took it from the.
  2. Oh come all ye tramps and hawker lads and gatherers oblaw That tramps the country round and round come listen ane and all I'll tell to ye a rovin' tale of sights that I have seen It's far intae the snowy north and south by Gretna Green Oftimes I've laughed untae mysel' when trudgin' on the road My toerags round my blistered feet, my face as.
  3. Tramps and Hawkers Lyrics: Oh, come all ye tramps and hawker lads and gaitherers o' blaw / That tramps this country round and round, come listen ane and a' / I'll tell to ye a rovin' tale and.
  4. The debut album by San Francisco's the Tramps is strictly old-school garage punk that sounds like the whole insipid school of pseudo-punk that sprang up in Green Day's wake never existed. Sprinting through 14 songs in just under 28 minutes, each track is breathless punk with just enough pop hooks to keep it out of unintelligible hardcore territory.
  5. "Tramps And Hawkers" Oh come all ye tramps and hawker lads and gatherers oblaw That tramps the country round and round come listen ane and all I'll tell to ye a rovin' tale of sights that I have seen album: "The Dubliners" () The Wild Rover. The Ragman's Ball. Preab San Ól. The Holy Ground.
  6. Oh come all ye tramps and hawker lads and gatherers oblaw That tramps the country round and round come listen ane and all I'll tell to ye a rovin' tale of sights that I have seen It's far intae the snowy north and south by Gretna Green Oftimes I've laughed untae mysel' when trudgin' on the road.
  7. Tramps And Hawkers This song is by The Dubliners and appears on the album The Dubliners ().
  8. And I've bedded down beneath the moon, in corries naebedy kens And I'm often down by Gallowa', an' roun' about Stranraer My business takes me anywhere, sure I travel near an' far For I've a rovin' in the blood, and there's nothing I will lack As long as I've my daily fare, and a claethes upon my back.
  9. Capo 4 G D/F# C G C G I choose to see not the things that be or the miles and years that are gone G C G Em I pay no heed to tomorrow's needs, I'm blinded by the snow and the sun G C G Em 'Til all I could see is my darlin' and me like young flowers bloomin' in spring G D/F# C G C G Like flowers that grew, and no other I knew but the Rose of the San Joaquin Oh the gypsies'll dance, a steal and a.

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