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Author: Dolph
Posted: Jan 21 2005 - 09:05 PM
Subject: song
Looking for a country type song from the late 60s or 70s. Female artist. The refrain is "and they sang la paloma the dove" words to song include "this cowboy who lies here beside me takes up thre fourths of the be and his feet look like he waltzed across Texas and for all I know he did".
Author: Bob Wysong
Posted: Jan 19 2005 - 09:24 PM
Subject: Different Drum
Written by Michael Nesmith (Member of the Monkeys), and sung by Linda Ronstadt
Author: Lucas
Posted: Dec 21 2004 - 06:40 PM
Subject: Try this link,RNWE:2004-48,RNWE:en&q=you+and+i+are+marching+to+the+beat+of+lyrics
Author: William
Posted: Dec 19 2004 - 08:49 PM
Subject: popuar 70's tune
The lyrics are something like this "you and I are marching to the beat of a different drum"
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