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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melodien identifizieren > Titel und Sänger dog blue
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Author: det
Posted: Jan 27 2009 - 04:27 AM
Subject: re: Titel und Sänger dog blue
... kuckstduhier:
Author: viomusi
Posted: Feb 04 2007 - 12:44 AM
Subject: Titel und Sänger dog blue


ich suche ein Lied, das ich innerhalb der letzten vier Monate (swr2 oder hr2 oder dlf oder dKultur) im Radio gehört habe, von einem Art Folk- oder sing a song writer - Sänger, m.W. nur mit Gitarre (?), "My dog blue", von dem es zig Aufnahmen gibt (alter Folksong), die aber alle nicht diese Melodie haben. Es ist ziemlich streng gespielt, sehr emotional gesungen, geht um den treuen Hund Blue, u.a. "when he died - and he died hard - I cried "blue", um die Einsamkeit im Leben als Hintersinn.

Ich weiß aber nur noch den Refrain mit dem Text "I called him blue - good dog you", oder später "I cried blue - good (zwei gebunden Noten) dog you".

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Wer kann mir sagen, wer das gespielt hat, ggf. den genauen Titel?


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