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You Should Have Seen Me Throw That Ball - Tom Paxton - Peace Will Come (Vinyl, LP, Album)

01.09.2019  01.09.2019


Download You Should Have Seen Me Throw That Ball - Tom Paxton - Peace Will Come (Vinyl, LP, Album)
1972
Label: Reprise Records - P-8273R • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Pop Rock, Folk


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8 Comments

  • Gule Reply
    A fireman took me by the arm and he pointed me uptown And, "Christ", I heard him whisper, as the tower came roaring down So now I go to funerals for men I never knew The pipers play 'Amazing Grace' as the coffins come in view They must have seen it coming when they turned to face the fire They sent us down to safety, then they kept on climbing.
  • Kezuru Reply
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  • Kagajinn Reply
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Tom Paxton - Peace Will Come at Discogs. Complete your Tom Paxton collection/5(25).
  • Garg Reply
    Full list of Tom Paxton songs, sorted alphabetically by name. You can also sort the list of songs by year recorded (from oldest to newest, and from most recent to first recorded), by Song Rank (popularity rank of song versus all other songs) and by album name. [To sort the list - you .
  • Tagrel Reply
    You should have seen me throw that ball You should have seen me throw that ball I had it all Why’d they have to drop the ball Right on the nose Bet I could have made the pros I didn’t need my charm When I had my arm First and ten Never run a play again How’d I know That was far as I would go They’d buy me all my beer They like to hear.
  • Mezshura Reply
    Tom Paxton has proven to be one of the most durable of the singer/songwriters to emerge from the Greenwich Village folk revival scene of the early '60s. In some ways, he had more in common with the late-'50s generation of folksingers such as Dave Van Ronk (who was 16 months his senior) and even older performers than with the new crop of singer/songwriters with whom he tended to be associated.
  • Dazil Reply
    Peace will come. Let it begin with me. G Peace will come. C Yes, peace will come. G Oh, peace will come. D7/F# G Let it begin with me, C With me, G D7/F# G With me. (Words and music by Tom Paxton, ) Please forward any correction or suggestion to [email protected] Thank you!.
  • Terg Reply
    A1: Peace Will Come: A2: You Come Throwing Colors: A3: Out Behind The Gypsy's: A4: The Hostage: A5: You Should Have Seen Me Throw.

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