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(Quiz) What song is this line from ?

GUEST,Shuvel72 20 Aug 10 - 12:21 AM
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Subject: RE: What song is this line from ?
From: GUEST,Shuvel72
Date: 20 Aug 10 - 12:21 AM

Can anybody tell me the name of the song please?


Come away boys, and fly with me
Come Joe, Jack and Jill
Come get your fill
There's *****s and *****s and silly old *****s
At the handout on Panhandle Hill


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: Genie
Date: 30 Sep 06 - 09:13 AM

RedHorse, I don't doubt that verse and variations thereon appear in a whole slew of folk songs.   I found the line in a recording by Kytrad (aka Jean Ritchie) and included on one of our own Mudcat CD Samplers,


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: GUEST,redhorse at work
Date: 29 Sep 06 - 02:57 AM

Doc Watson sings very similar to " Well I never will believe what another woman says, let her be white, yeller, dark or brown,
Unless she is on some high gallows tree and a-sayin that she wants to come down. " in House of the Rising Sun
nick


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: Genie
Date: 29 Sep 06 - 02:39 AM

"Out on the road today I saw a DEADHEAD sticker
on a Cadillac" - The Boys Of Summer (Don Henley)


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: Old Guy
Date: 28 Sep 06 - 12:41 PM

Well I could have been an actor,
But I wound up here.
I just have to look good,
I don't have to be clear.
Come and whisper in my ear

There's a red fox torn by a huntsman's pack
There's a black-winged gull with a broken back

Out on the road today I saw a DEADHEAD sticker
on a Cadillac


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: Genie
Date: 24 Sep 06 - 03:35 PM

And these also remain unguessed so far:

G-16 "This earth is just rehearsal for when I'm heaven bound."
(Written and recorded by one of our own most beloved Mudcatters - and a song with poignant personal significance.)

G-17 " Well I never will believe what another woman says, let her be white, yeller, dark or brown,
Unless she is on some high gallows tree and a-sayin that she wants to come down. "
(Trad, I believe, and recorded by one of our most famous Mudcatters.)

G-18 "When we sing, a spark within us wakes & is fanned into a flame.
To those who hear our spirit's voice, it calls in them the same"
(Written and recorded by one of our prolific Mudcatter songwriters.)

G-20 "I got three hot kitties begging, pretty pretty,
Just to go out on the town at night.
...
Sometimes I turn-a my back & they slip through a crack,
And those down town pussies get more than I do!"
(Written and recorded by one of our other prolific Mudcatter (male) songwriters, FOR another (female) Mudcatter -- as part of an auction, I think.)

Hint: These particular Mudcatter-spawned songs all have something additional in common.   The prize money doubles for whoever can figure out what that common bond is. §;-D


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Non-Mudcatter songs:

G-6 "We'll have to walk down where the fields are overgrown.
Consumption's claimed his life and we dare not miss the sight ... "
(Hint: The singer I learned it from is now married to the songwriter.)


G-8 "Oh, it's fine to pass away, but when people start to pay,
That's no time for a businessman to die!" (Hint: lesser-known song from a very well-known US songwriter. One of his earlier compositions after immigrating to the US and breaking onto the music scene of Tin Pan Alley.)


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: pdq
Date: 24 Sep 06 - 03:34 PM

And yes, we will accept "the ice cream known as 'Cherry Garcia'" as the answer to the question, knowing you implied "St. Stephen" by the Greatful Dead. Good work.


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: pdq
Date: 24 Sep 06 - 03:28 PM

"She picked him up all in her arms and carried him to the town
And sent for a physician, who quickly healed his wounds."
             ~ Jack-a-Roe (or alternate spelling)


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: Genie
Date: 24 Sep 06 - 03:18 PM

Nobody's guessed these two yet, so I'll ad a bit more by way of hints.

G-28 "She picked him up all in her arms and carried him to the town
And sent for a physician, who quickly healed his wounds."

(From one of the earlier albums -- 1960s or early '70s -- by a well-known folk 'diva'.)

G-29 "The fairest lass of Saginaw let tears of anguish flow,
But her moans and cries could not awake her true love, young ______."

(This song is cited in the "Songs About Rivers" thread.)


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: Genie
Date: 24 Sep 06 - 03:14 PM

"6'    'Talk about your plenty, talk about your ills,
       One man gathers what another man spills.'

               hint 1: likely known mostly by their faithful fans    hint 2: group played 3500+ live concerts "

Um, does their now-departed lead guitarist have a flavor of B&J ice cream named after him?


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: mandotim
Date: 24 Sep 06 - 04:09 AM

Ok, try this one;
'Play the concertina, be a temptress...'
Tim


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: Old Guy
Date: 24 Sep 06 - 12:19 AM

It's an old sea shanty

I made a misteak it was goin' chuff chuff not went chuff chuff chuff.

The line has probably made it's way inot a lot of tunes.

Hogeye Man--
"Sally's in the garden, shellin' peas;
Her long golden hair hangin' down to her knees.

(With a hogeye;
Railroad navvy with a hogeye.
Row ashore with a hogeye, oh,
She wants a hogeye man.)

"Sally's in the kitchen, makin' duff;
The cheeks of her arse goin' chuff, chuff, chuff."

Alison is right:

If he cracked a joke Then you chortled for days

A pharoah story - Joseph & the amazing technicolour dreamcoat written in 1968 by Webber and Rice at St Paul's Junior School


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: pdq
Date: 23 Sep 06 - 11:10 PM

Close, but that line is from a song on an album by a Mudcat favorite, his only record to win a Grammy, it was issued after his death and was motly material he did not want released.

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One more try?

6'    "Talk about your plenty, talk about your ills,
       One man gathers what another man spills."

               hint 1: likely known mostly by their faithful fans    hint 2: group played 3500+ live concerts

8'   "It's what you look like
       and not what you are"

9'    "These are just some sorry kids
       ... they ain't the ones"

10'   "You would stand to gain and I to lose"

11'   "She's a gal with a portable past"

12'   "I think we'd be better off
         ta just run her off this place"

These can't really be that hard. Some of the artists are Jackson Browne, Robert Earl Keen, Jethro Tull and The Grateful Dead!


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: PSzymeczek
Date: 23 Sep 06 - 10:21 PM

11'   "She's a gal with a portable past"

Robert Earl Keen - "The Road Goes On Forever"


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: eddie1
Date: 23 Sep 06 - 08:47 PM

Old Guy – "Chicken on a Raft" (Cyril Tawney)


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: Old Guy
Date: 23 Sep 06 - 08:24 PM

And the cheeks of her arse went Chuff Chuff Chuff.


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: Snuffy
Date: 21 Sep 06 - 08:05 PM

RW10 McPherson's Lament


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: frogprince
Date: 21 Sep 06 - 07:18 PM

Rw10       before I see her in another man's hands Sc
       I'll brak her through the middle
    Gallows Tree, or Beneath the Gallows Tree.


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: RobbieWilson
Date: 21 Sep 06 - 05:55 PM

I'll expand the ones which have not yet been identified:

Rw1        try goin' doon the broo wi yer claymore in yer hand                Sc
        (no saints and precious few heroes, B McNeil)
        
Rw2        I had to have this talk with you, my happiness depends on you        US
        (Dolly's Jolene)

Rw3        they were spicket and spacket
Make my bed soon                Sc

Rw4        jesus said, I believe it's true        US
(Geronimo's Cadilac)

Rw5        he looked kind of quiet but my oh my        US
        (da doo ron ron ron)
        
Rw6        it's four in the morning you gave me no warning        US
I had to be on my way.
There's trucks all passing , lights all flashing I'm going home from your place

Rw7        All you need is a couple of drinks, that's what the lady said        Eng
        All you've gotta have is a verre or two of wine
        And you're much more fun in bed

Rw8        Your eyes look from a different face, they've seen that much that soon        Eng/sc
        Your cheek to old, to pale to shine like an old and waning moon

Rw9        Ah, but I'm sick now, my days are numbered        Ir
(Carrickfergus)

Rw10        before I see her in another man's hands Sc
        I'll brak her through the middle

And here's another favourite:

        You curl around me like a fern in the spring   Sc/Eng
Love
Robbie


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: oggie
Date: 20 Sep 06 - 08:25 PM

For completeness and to round it up so to speak, the two missing answers to mine were -

OG 1 - when a man gets married his race is run - Free and Easy (Trad) learnt many years ago off Tom Gilfellon's first LP

OG 3 one son drives a long limousine - Butch Hancock's Own and Own which is my favourite use/play on words song

All the best

oggie


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: oggie
Date: 20 Sep 06 - 08:23 AM

RW 1 - No saints and precious few heroes - Brian MacNeil

All the best

Oggie


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: alison
Date: 20 Sep 06 - 02:49 AM

If he cracked a joke Then you chortled for days

A pharoah story - Joseph & the amazing technicolour dreamcoat

slainte

alison


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: Genie
Date: 20 Sep 06 - 01:59 AM

It is from Dolly's "Jolene." You beat me to the punch.


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: bfdk
Date: 19 Sep 06 - 07:03 PM

Rw2 I had to have this talk with you, my happiness depends on you       US

Sounds to me like Dolly Parton's Jolene.


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 19 Sep 06 - 01:00 PM

RW2 Lucille


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: Snuffy
Date: 19 Sep 06 - 09:34 AM

RW5 Da Doo Ron Ron
RW9 Carrickfergus


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: RobbieWilson
Date: 19 Sep 06 - 08:52 AM

peole keep asking me who wrote that and I keep forgetting. Great song


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: Midchuck
Date: 19 Sep 06 - 08:28 AM

RW4: Geronimo's Cadillac - Michael Martin Murphy

Peter


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: RobbieWilson
Date: 19 Sep 06 - 08:16 AM

Here's 10 of my favourites

Rw1        try goin' doon the broo wi yer claymore in yer hand                Sc        
Rw2        I had to have this talk with you, my happiness depends on you        US
Rw3        they were spicket and spacket        Sc
Rw4        jesus said, I believe it's true        US
Rw5        he looked kind of quiet but my oh my        US        
Rw6        it's four in the morning you gave me no warning        US
       I had to be on my way.
Rw7        All you need is a couple of drinks, that's what the lady said        Eng
Rw8        Your eyes look from a different face,
       they've seen that much that soon        Eng
Rw9        Ah, but I'm sick now, my days are numbered        Ir
Rw10        before I see her in another man's hands


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: Cool Beans
Date: 18 Sep 06 - 01:45 PM

Bob Blue died just a few months ago. Among his other accomplishments he had a series of house concerts at his home in Amherst, Mass.


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: frogprince
Date: 18 Sep 06 - 01:16 PM

Chazkratz, I hate ta admit it, but I believe you're right; I misheard it, and I guess my paraphrase would have been, "I was, foolishly, looking in bottles for something worthwhile"; but "something unfoolish to say" does have that Kristofferson kink in it.


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: Ron Davies
Date: 17 Sep 06 - 10:07 PM

"Their Way"--the academic nightmare song? " I did it their way"? That one? Definitely a classic. Somehow I thought Michael Cooney had written it.


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: GUEST
Date: 17 Sep 06 - 09:46 PM

Some other stuff he's done. He has a website, BTW.

The Ballad of Erica Levine
Courage
Their Way
I'm Not Scared Dear
Mr. President
Chromosomophobia
You Take Me Far Away   
Hollywood Romance


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: Ron Davies
Date: 17 Sep 06 - 06:14 PM

Finally--couldn't remember the woman's name--but I knew it was the title.

Finally I remembered: "Erica".

G 26--Ballad of Erica Levine

Written by a guy?--never would have guessed. I have to say I don't know anything about Bob Blue. What else has he done?


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: Genie
Date: 17 Sep 06 - 02:48 PM

G-26 is from a song written by a man (who passed away earlier this year or thereabouts). The song is in the DT, I believe. (Ha! That should narrow it down, eh?)
Ron, you've got the right song in mind.   
Here's another line from the same song:

"I love you, but your needs are a very different issue." And he cried, and _____ handed him a tissue."


G-25 is, indeed "Harry Pollitt" (as sung by The Limeliters)

ChazKratz, yes, the guinea pig line is from the song that starts ""Birds do it, bees do it, even educated fleas do it, let's do it, let's fall in love." But the title is "Let's Do It (Let's Fall In Love)" /Cole Porter - not to be confused with
"Let's Fall In Love" , a different hit song by Cole Porter, that starts, "Let's Fall In Love, Why shouldn't we fall in love?"


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: John MacKenzie
Date: 17 Sep 06 - 12:19 PM

Is G25 Harry Pollit ?
G


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: Ron Davies
Date: 17 Sep 06 - 10:49 AM

G-26 I've heard--pretty sure Carly does it--I've heard her do it--but I sure can't remember what it's called. A feminist song--romantic tale-- but really updated.

Ends "And they tended to be happy--more often than not"--but I still can't remember what it's called.


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: chazkratz
Date: 17 Sep 06 - 09:13 AM

Genie, I was thinking of the song which begins "The birds do it, the bees do it, even educated fleas do it, let's do it, let's fall in love." Is not the title of that song "Let's Fall in Love"?

And that's not the song Frogprince and I were quibbling about--that was CK 7 from my last list.

Charles


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: Genie
Date: 17 Sep 06 - 01:15 AM

Frogprince and Chaskratz, I have a hunch you guys are thinking of the right song for the "guinea pigs" line, but you have the title wrong.

Genie


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: chazkratz
Date: 16 Sep 06 - 10:34 PM

No, Frogprince, "unfoolish" is correct. "I'm foolish" makes no sense there. Think about it: He wants to meet the girl in the bar, is trying to figure out how to approach her, what he can say, and doesn't want to say something foolish--it's a great image, as one knows who has spent his time in bars looking from bottle to bottle and who never had a "line." Besides, I used to have the song book which accompanied the album, which I still have.

Charles


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: Genie
Date: 16 Sep 06 - 08:57 PM

Close, but not quite, chaskratz.

And, yes, Oggie, the "straight/curly" line is from John Prine's "Speed Of The Sound Of Loneliness," which Nanci Griffith has recorded both with and without him.


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: frogprince
Date: 16 Sep 06 - 08:56 PM

CK 7--...I was looking from bottle to bottle for something I'm foolish to say...
    Kris Kristofferson, "The Silver Tongued Devil and I"

"You come home straight and you come home curly", sometimes you don't come home at all..
    Yes, John Prine wrote "The Speed of the Sound of Loneliness"


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: chazkratz
Date: 16 Sep 06 - 07:25 PM

G-30 sounds like "Let's Fall in Love."


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: oggie
Date: 16 Sep 06 - 05:50 PM

G-27 'Speed of the sound of loneliness' or something similar - think I've heard as a duet John Prine & Nanci Griffiths.

All the best

Oggie


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: Genie
Date: 16 Sep 06 - 03:03 PM

OK, I've been stumped for the first time on a song I actually know!   I should've gotten the "Miss Otis Regrets" line.   It rang a bell but I just couldn't put my finger on it.


Here are a couple more for you guys to ponder:

G-25 "He tucked his nightie 'round his knees and he drifted down to Hell."

G-26 "'This relationship is answering a basic need, and I'd like to have it legally guaranteed."

G-27 "You come home straight and you come home curly."

G-28 "She picked him up all in her arms and carried him to the town
And sent for a physician, who quickly healed his wounds."

G-29 "The fairest lass of Saginaw let tears of anguish flow,
But her moans and cries could not awake her true love ____"

G-30 "Sweet guinea pigs do it -- Buy a couple and wait!"


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: bfdk
Date: 16 Sep 06 - 09:21 AM

LF22 Old loves lose young feelings but new ones they gain (UK)
Ralph McTell - First Song

LF24 Tell it to tomorrow today will take its time (UK)
Fog on the Tyne (Lindisfarne, but whether they also wrote it, I don't know)


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: oggie
Date: 16 Sep 06 - 09:00 AM

LF 27 Forest Lawns - Tom Paxton

Oggie


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: Leadfingers
Date: 16 Sep 06 - 08:46 AM

3 out 0f 4 Ron - LF29 is the error !! Try again !!


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: Ron Davies
Date: 16 Sep 06 - 08:36 AM

LF 23--5 Foot Flirt--Cyril Tawney

LF 25--Folk Song Army--Tom Lehrer

LF 28--4 Strong Winds--Ian Tyson

LF 29--Marching To Pretoria--(just a guess, could easily be wrong)


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Subject: RE: (Quiz) What song is this line from ?
From: chazkratz
Date: 16 Sep 06 - 08:30 AM

Yup, bdfk, "seed" being me in an earlier incarnation. The wonders of the forum search engine, huh?

Charles (I accidentally posted this to the thread where I originally posted the song, so it has been gratuitously revived)

I noticed in that thread something I've noticed in some other revived threads--sometimes things come out backwards--the posting times indicate that the order of messages is a bit confused. I didn't notice until now that the late great Rick Fielding asked me a question I never answered, about the Born Once Gospel Singers (few of whom are religious, but we all love gospel music--and I'm the only member who calls us that).


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