Go to Sleep You Weary Hobo: Emmylou Harris

Hobo’s Lullaby: Emmylou Harris

Emmylou Harris: A Hobo’s Lullaby

“Go to sleep you weary hobo
Let the towns drift slowly by
Can’t you hear the steel rails humming
That’s a hobo’s lullaby

Do not think about tomorrow
Let tomorrow come and go
Tonight you’re in a nice warm boxcar
Safe from all the wind and snow

So go to sleep you weary hobo
Let the towns drift slowly by
Can’t you hear the steel rails humming
That’s a hobo’s lullaby

I know your clothes are torn and tattered
And your hair is turning gray
But lift your head and smile at trouble
You’ll find peace and rest some day

So go to sleep you weary hobo
Let the towns drift slowly by
Can’t you hear the steel rails humming
That’s a hobo’s lullaby.”

This one’s for Neath at Walking Turcot Yards

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Finally, The Real Paris Hilton is Revealed!

Edith Piaf: Non, Je Ne Regrette

The Paris Hilton, 18 Avenue de Suffren, Paris, France

Photograph by: Eric, Paris Daily Photo

The Paris Hilton is discretely located on the Left Bank, at 18 Avenue de Suffren, less than 100 meters from the historic Eiffel Tower. Just a stone’s throw from the Champs-Élysées, and overlooking the Champs de Mars, the Paris Hilton Hotel is extremely convenient for all the major museums, sights and Paris attractions. The Paris Hilton is exquisite, although in the past there have been some nasty rumors about her.

Discussion: The Paris Hilton Hotel

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My Articles for Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Oh, My Goodness Gracious! A Cell-Phone Salesman Sings. And Sings. And sings. He seizes the moment, and its simply glorious. You’ve got to hear him sing! The music video is included.

[tags: salesman sings, music, song, video, YouTube]

“Wildwood Flower” was the last song recorded by June Carter (June Carter Cash). The producers of the new album, “Anchored in Love: A Tribute to June Carter Cash,” weren’t about to let just anyone sing that song.

Country music star Loretta Lynn (72 years old) confers her strong and sparkling voice upon the song. Music audio and photos are included.

[tags: Loretta Lynn, June Carter, June Carter Cash, music, audio, photography]

See the Rest of My Articles at Blue Dot

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