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Robert Allen - You Take My Heart Home With You (One Piece At A Time) / Highway's And Byways Album

Robert Allen - You Take My Heart Home With You (One Piece At A Time) / Highway's And Byways Album
Performer:
Robert Allen
Album:
You Take My Heart Home With You (One Piece At A Time) / Highway's And Byways
Style:
Country
Released:
1979
Country:
US
Label:
Door Knob Records
Catalog:
DK-9-101
FLAC size:
2847 mb
MP3 size:
1254 mb
WMA size:
1732 mb


Tracklist


1Highway's And Byways2:10
2You Take My Heart Home With You (One Piece At A Time)2:26


Album


Текст песни: Well I left Kentucky back in 49. And I went to Detroit workin on an assembly line The first year they had me puttin wheels on : Robert Allen Genre: Folk, World, & Country Album: You Take My Heart Home With You One Piece At A Time, Highway's And Byways Released: 1979 Style: Country. Performer: Highway Genre: Pop Album: Kissing Time Released: 1989 Style: Schlager. Zia Lindberg - Piece Of My Heart. Rock, Pop. Performer: Zia Lindberg Genre: Rock, Pop Album: Piece Of My Heart Released: 1993. Etta James - Take Another Little Piece Of My Heart. Funk, Soul. Performer: Etta James Genre: Funk, Soul Album: Take Another Little Piece Of My Heart Released: 1978 Style: Soul. Faith Hill - Piece Of My Heart. Folk, World, & Country. One Piece at a Time is a country novelty song written by Wayne Kemp and recorded by Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Three in 1976. It was the last song performed by Cash to reach number one on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart and the last of Cash's songs to reach the Billboard Hot 100, on which it peaked at number 29. The singer leaves his home in Kentucky in 1949 to pursue work at General Motors in Detroit, Michigan. One Piece at a Time is the 54th album by American country singer Johnny Cash, released in 1976 on Columbia Records. One Piece at a Time, which was a 1 hit, is a humorous tale of an auto worker on the Detroit assembly line who puts together a car out of parts he swipes from the plant. Marshall Grant, Henry Strzelecki, Joe Allen - bass. Artist: Intermission feat. Andrews' voice and piano were reportedly recorded live in the studio in a single take. Later, the wistful Al PacinoRise and Fall affects with swelling strings over arpeggiated piano. One Piece at a Time closes on a wistful note with the floaty, '80s-evoking keyboard ballad Don't Close Your Eyes. While more than a little sentimental, the album's timeless melodies and elegant arrangements make it worthwhile for those outside of the misty-eyed crowd. Trivia of note: The cover photo depicts Andrews as a child. I got it one piece at a time And it didn't cost me a dime You'll know it's me when I come through your town I'm going to ride around in style I'm going to drive everybody wild Because I'll have the only one there is around. Uh, yeah, Red Ryder This is the Cotton Mouth In the Psycho-Billy Cadillac, come on Huh This is the Cotton Mouth And negatory on the cost of this mo-chine, there, Red Ryder You might say I went right up to the factory And picked it up, it's cheaper that way Uh, what model is it Well, it's a '49, '50, &apos. One Piece at a Time. Well, I left Kentucky back in forty nine. An' went to Detroit workin' on a 'sembly line. But I figured I'd have it all by the time I retired. I'd have me a car worth at least a hundred grand. I'd get it one piece at a time. And it wouldn't cost me a dime. You'll know it's me when I come through your town. I'm gonna ride around in style. I'm gonna drive everybody wild. Cause I'll have the only one there is around. So the very next day when I punched in. With my big lunchbox and with help from my friends. But the big stuff we snuck out in my buddy's mobile home. Now, up to now my plan went all right. Til we tried to put it all together one night