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Last Morning
The Dillards Lyrics


We have lyrics for 'Last Morning' by these artists:

Jeebanoff 마지막 아침이야 다시 잠에서 깨어날 땐 적어도 여긴 아니길 기도할게 이런 모습의 날 보여주고…

We have lyrics for these tracks by The Dillards:

Carry Me Off Take me to the mountains once again Sailing where the wind's…
Close the Door Lightly Turn around don't whisper out my name For like a breeze it…
Daddy Was a Mover Daddy was a mover and a gold creek miner Never had…
Darlin' Boys [E]Well up on the middle of the mountain side Where the…
Don't You Cry Every day, our lives, are filled with lows and highs We…
Dooley Dooley was a good ole man He lived below the mill Dooley…
EBO Walker Now Ebo Walker was born in Kentucky, and raised by…
Ground Hog Off to the woods for to catch a groundhog Oh, groundhog Run…
I've Just Seen a Face I've just seen a face, I can't forget the time or…
In My Life There are places I'll remember All my life, though some hav…
Introduction introduction…
Lemon Chimes The October leaves They whisper in lemon chimes And ring a…
Let It Fly Way far off, I hear a lonesome cry Something′s caught and…
Love Has Gone Away Well the days go by I wonder where they're going It…
Man of Constant Sorrow I am a man of constant sorrow I′ve seen troubles all…
Nobody Knows Nobody knows Nobody ever knows No one knows when things…
Old Blue Well, I had an old dog and his name was…
Old Home Place It's been ten long years since I left my home In…
Old Man At the Mill Same old man sitting at the mill The…
Polly Vaughn Now come all ye hunters who follow the gun Beware of…
Rainin' Here This Mornin' I lost ten points just for being in the right…
Rainmaker First day in August, the last rain was in May When…
Reuben Ol Reuben made a train & he put it on…
Somebody Touched Me While I was singing, somebody touched me, While I was singin…
The Biggest Whatever It got Old Joe Wiggins while returnin' a glance Out to…
The Old Home Place It's been ten long years since I left my home In…
The Old Man At The Mill Same old man sitting at the mill The…
The Whole World 'Round I heard my neighbor's rooster crow Early in the day I heard…
There Is a Time There is no way, I can live without you There is…
Walkin' Down the Line Walkin′ Down the Line Bob Dylan Well, I'm walkin′ down the …
What's Time to a Hog What's time to a hog What's a Nobel Prize to a…
Whole World 'Round I heard my neighbor's rooster crow Early in the day I hear…
Woman turn around Some folks live in worry, some people drown themselves in…
Yesterday Yesterday Love was such an easy game to play Now I need…
You've Got to Be Strong Lately I know it's so hard To make up your mind…

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

tim a

Oh it's raining, raining, raining here this morning
As I sit in jail and hang my head in shame
With a smile I try to greet each early dawning
But they've given me a number for my name
Many a little raindrops are falling close to me
Makes the streams and rivers just as muddy as can be
It's raining, raining, raining here this morning
As the Mississippi flows on to the sea
How I wish that I could see my little darling
And hold her in my arms just as before
I used to tell her every day I loved her
But now she doesn't love me anymore
She knew that I was guiltless of this one crime
And said that she'd be waiting there for me
But she has found somewhere else to wander
Where the Mississippi flows on to the sea
Its raining, raining, raining here this morning
And I am just as weary as can be
I wish that I could follow all the raindrops
Down the Mississippi toward the silver sea
But there's no way to prove that I'm not guilty
So I will have to suffer all the shame
Go and tell her for me little raindrops
That they've given me a number for my name



All comments from YouTube:

ROCK N BILLY FEVER

GREAT VOICE RODNEY HAS !!!!

tim a

Oh it's raining, raining, raining here this morning
As I sit in jail and hang my head in shame
With a smile I try to greet each early dawning
But they've given me a number for my name
Many a little raindrops are falling close to me
Makes the streams and rivers just as muddy as can be
It's raining, raining, raining here this morning
As the Mississippi flows on to the sea
How I wish that I could see my little darling
And hold her in my arms just as before
I used to tell her every day I loved her
But now she doesn't love me anymore
She knew that I was guiltless of this one crime
And said that she'd be waiting there for me
But she has found somewhere else to wander
Where the Mississippi flows on to the sea
Its raining, raining, raining here this morning
And I am just as weary as can be
I wish that I could follow all the raindrops
Down the Mississippi toward the silver sea
But there's no way to prove that I'm not guilty
So I will have to suffer all the shame
Go and tell her for me little raindrops
That they've given me a number for my name

Father Draco

hello read your message. would like to correspond with you

george waters

Great channel. The Ozarks are wonderful.

Randal mc'murphy

great copy of the Stanley Brothers classic.

Billy Rife

Randal mc'murphy don't forget Grandpa Jones also recorded this song.

Dennis & Jan Martin

I am 12 years old and the Dillard's are my favorite

jdcrowe82

@Dennis Martin I'm 36 & I think you are a very smart young man & your parents have obviously raised you very well. If you are a young bluegrass musician by chance, I highly recommend them as they were very unique as well as traditional in their earlier days. A good well to draw material from. I think their harmony blend was the best.

shakecuntfolife

as a rain leaves here this mornin i dont know what i might be on

John Parry

Grandpa Jones, not Dylan (though Dylan might have covered it)

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