Please Dont Bury Me - Roger Humphries (2) - Some Of Me Songs And That (Vinyl, LP)


  1. Jun 26,  · Bury Me out on the Lone Prairie. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart out of 5 stars Don’t waste your money on purchasing this CD. Reviewed in the United States on November 11, (10 and 11) who hate all my music enjoyed Rogers songs and even were singing some of them. If you like cowboy songs, this is it for you. Read more. 10 /5(41).
  2. Show me why you're always smiling. Laugh again and make me fall in love Oh just take me where you go. When it gets dark without you I won't make it out I don't think I'll make it out alive. I wanna run and hide, With you tonight I know that I can make it out With you I know I'll make it out alive. Let me know your secret.
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  4. Some Things Belong To You; Some Things I Don't Understand ; Someone Can Use It; Someone Will Save Us; Sometimes Isn't Always; Sometimes People Are Good ; Sometimes I Wonder If I'm a Mistake; Speedy Delivery [Version 1] Speedy Delivery [Version 2] Spoon Mountain; Tame Tiger March; Thank You For Today; Thank You, God; Then Your Heart is Full of Love.
  5. Roger Humphries (born January 30, ) is an American jazz drummer.. Born into a family of ten children in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Humphries began playing drums at age four, and went professional at age He led an ensemble at Carnegie Hall at age Early in the s, he began touring with jazz musicians; one of his more prominent gigs was in a trio with Stanley .
  6. Jun 22,  · John Prine's classic "Please Don't Bury Me" takes a humorous and poetic look at donating body parts. Every line is a gem and I hope my rendition brings a smile to your face. Enjoy. - Fret Killer.
  7. Pressed on gram vinyl. Issued in a resealable stickered black plastic bag. Includes printed cardboard inner sleeve with lyrics, pictures, and credits. Also includes postcard, poster, and card with download code for a kbps MP3 of the album. Some copies have a barcode sticker with marketing and distribution details.
  8. Song for My Father, an Album by The Horace Silver Quintet. Released in January on Blue Note (catalog no. BLP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Bop. Featured peformers: Horace Silver (piano), Alfred Lion (producer), Rudy Van Gelder (recording engineer), Reid Miles (cover design), Francis Wolff (photography), Leonard Feather (liner notes).
  9. Bury Me Lyrics: My teacher said I'd never make it I should probably quit / And maybe study fitness on that Bally shit / Bitch, I'm trying to get money until I look out of place in the Maybach.

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