Ernest Hare - My Sunny Tennessee / Oh Brother, What A Feelin mp3 album
My Sunny Tennessee" as written by and Harry Ruby Bert Kalmar. When the shades of night are falling Tennessee, I hear you calling; My thoughts just roam Back to home, sweet home. Every day my heart grows fonder, Of the folks I left down yonder; I wonder when I'll be there again. Every dream and every vision, Simply strengthens my decision; To go back home Never more to roam. When I hear the 'Swanee River' My poor heart begins to quiver; It's then I miss Mammy's goodnight kiss.
Album Whiskey Before Breakfast. The Girl I Left In Sunny Tennessee Lyrics. On one morning bright and clear My old homestead I drew near It's a village down in sunny Tennessee I was speeding on a train That would carry me back again To that girl I loved in sunny Tennessee. You could hear those children singing As she bid farewell to me Far across the fields of cotton My old homestead I could see But as the moon rose in the glory There I told the saddest story To that girl I loved in sunny Tennessee
Written-By – Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, Herman Ruby. B. –Billy Jones (4) And Ernest Hare. Down At The Old Swiming Hole. Written-By – Al Wilson (7), J. Keirn Brennan.
Oh What a Feeling: A Vital Collection of Canadian Music is a 4-CD box set released in 1996 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Juno Awards. A second box set, Oh What a Feeling 2, was released in 2001 to mark the awards' 30th anniversary, and a third set, Oh What a Feeling 3, was released in 2006 for the 35th anniversary. All of the sets feature popular Canadian songs from the 1960s onward. The sets were titled for the song "Oh What a Feeling" by rock band Crowbar.
Sunny: Except me, I can say. My family loves exercising, especially my dad and my brother. They go to soccer fields together to play some games.
Thomas Ernest Hare (March 16, 1883 – March 9, 1939) was an American singer who recorded prolifically during the 1920s and 1930s, finding fame as a radio star on the Happiness Boys radio program. Hare's recording career began in 1918. He was Al Jolson's understudy in the Broadway musical Sinbad during 1919–20. He recorded with the Cleartone Four, the Crescent Trio, the Harmonizers Quartet, and the Premier Quartet.
|A||My Sunny Tennessee|
|B||Oh! Brother, What A Feelin|
NotesSide A:My Sunny Tennessee
Side B: Oh! Brother, What A Feelin