Johnny Paycheck - Billy Bardo / (Stay Away From) The Cocaine Train FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Billy Bardo / (Stay Away From) The Cocaine Train
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Johnny Paycheck discography. Johnny Paycheck discography. The royalties from the album were donated to a Los Angeles-based charity to help children with AIDS "-" denotes releases that did not chart. (Stay Away From) The Cocaine Train". Billy Jack Washburn". 79. "Living the Life of a Dog".
That Paycheck is remembered for a fairly amusical novelty song and a violent crime (for which he spent two years in prison) is a shame, for it just so happens that he is one of the mightiest honky tonkers of his time. When he was 15, he ran away from home, hitchhiking, and hoboing his away across the country, singing in honky tonks and clubs along the way. By his late teens, he had joined the Navy, but while he was serving, he assaulted a superior officer and was convicted of court martial. As a result, he spent two years in the brig. The label finally tracked him down in 1971 and offered him a contract, provided that he cleaned himself up. Paycheck accepted the offer and, with Sherrill's assistance, kicked his addictions.
Tab Simplify Johnny Paycheck Versions 1 Like. Tamanho texto Splitting. Intro: C G F7 C. Verse 1 C C7 Well when I was a young lad Damned if I didn't know it all C7 F C When I was young like you You know I knew it all C G G7 But if ya listen to an old dog bark G7 C Ya might see them holes before ya fall. Verse 2 C C7 I'm gonna lay somethin on ya' and then I'm gonna heel on out C7 F C I'm gonna lay somethin on ya' and then I'm gonna heel on out C G And you can take it or leave it G G7 C But I damn well know what i'm talkin bout . G7 C and stay away from the cocaine train C, G, F7, C G7 C Cocaine train! 11 months, 29 days. From cotton to satin. Georgia in a jug. I can't quit drinkin'.
Most listeners know Johnny Paycheck from "Take This Job and Shove It" - a song so popular and so iconic that it overshadows everything else Paycheck did, not just for pop fans but for country listeners. Couple that with a reputation for being a roughneck hellion and you have somebody who is known as a persona, not as a musician. And that's a real shame, as Epic/Legacy's The Soul & the Edge: The Best of Johnny Paycheck proves.
Johnny Paycheck (born Donald Eugene Lytle; May 31, 1938 – February 19, 2003) was an American country music singer-songwriter, t, and Grand Ole Opry member notable for recording the David Allan Coe song "Take This Job and Shove It". He achieved his greatest success in the 1970s as a force in country music's "Outlaw Movement" popularized by artists David Allan Coe, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Billy Joe Shaver, and Merle Haggard.
take a little advice. stay away from the cocaine train. chorus 2. yeah cause i done felt the pain. take a little advice. yeah take a little advice. and stay away from the cocaine train. cocaine train! - johnny paycheck lyrics.
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|9-50777||Johnny Paycheck||Billy Bardo / (Stay Away From) The Cocaine Train (7", Single, Styrene, Ter)||Epic||9-50777||US||1979|
|9-50777||Johnny Paycheck||(Stay Away From) The Cocaine Train (7", Promo)||Epic||9-50777||US||1979|
|9-50777||Johnny Paycheck||Billy Bardo / (Stay Away From) The Cocaine Train (7", Single)||Epic||9-50777||Canada||1979|