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Hard Row To Hoe - Whiskey Myers - Early Morning Shakes (CD, Album)

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  1. Jan 20,  · Title song ‘ Early Morning Shakes ‘ has that semi-slow tempo beat that conjures up visions of a guy waking up in a bar, and covered in sweat after a heavy night on the whiskey. Everything about this track is a master class in how to make a rhythm and blues song not just a ‘song’, but a .
  2. Hard Row to Hoe Lyrics: I steadily stumble / Walkin' around at night / I'm too mean to die / I'm too numb to write / Now I'm out here / Just a-searching for my soul / So Lord, help me now / It's a.
  3. [Am D C F G A E] Chords for Hard Row to Hoe, Whiskey Myers with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin.
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  5. Early Morning Shakes I wanna break away and just be myself sometime And get back all those things I lost along the way To the early morning shakes Jack Daniels in her coffee Ice water in her veins Bleach blond hair with a rose tattoo Maybelline and White Rain I took her back to the woods Listening to “When the Levee Breaks” I reached over.
  6. Listen free to Whiskey Myers – Early Morning Shakes (Early Morning Shakes, Hard Row to Hoe and more). 14 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, .
  7. Track List [Disc 1] Early Morning Shakes Hard Row to Hoe Dogwood Shelter from the Rain Home Headstone Where the Sun Don't Shine Reckoning Wild Baby Shake Me Lightning Need a Little Time Off for Bad Behaviour Colloquy [Disc 2] Bar, Guitar and a Honky Tonk Crowd Guitar Picker Ballad of a Southern Man Calm Before the Storm Broken Window Serenade Different Mold Turn It Up Virginia .
  8. It’s a hard row to hoe I used to have me a woman Aw but I can’t be true All that late night rambling bound to put the damn pressure on you Yea she’s still around But she left a long time ago So Lord help me now Cause it’s a hard row to hoe And the weeds always high And the air is as dry as a bone And a mule and a plow It ain’t no good now.

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