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Dirt Band's Will the Circle Be Unbroken Vol II

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rnrrose@aol.com 05 Jun 99 - 03:28 AM
Roger in Baltimore 05 Jun 99 - 07:43 AM
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Subject: LYR REQ - Nitty Gritty WTCBU vol II
From: rnrrose@aol.com
Date: 05 Jun 99 - 03:28 AM

Looking for lyrics to:And So It Goes by Paul Overstreet, sung by John Denver and You Ain't Going Nowhere by Bob Dylan on Will the Circle Be Unbroken Vol.II (Nitty Gritty Dirt Band)


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Subject: RE: LYR REQ - Nitty Gritty WTCBU vol II
From: Roger in Baltimore
Date: 05 Jun 99 - 07:43 AM

RNRROSE,

Is that Rock and Roll Rose?

The second song you requested is in the DigiTrad Database. You could find it by going to the upper-right-hand corner of this page and typing in [gun that shoots] and clicking on the search button. The brackets tell the search engine to search for that exact phrase. It was a part of the song where I was sure of the words and their spelling.

Enjoy the song!

Roger in Baltimore


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Subject: RE: LYR REQ - Nitty Gritty WTCBU vol II
From: Roger in Baltimore
Date: 05 Jun 99 - 07:44 AM

Oops,

I meant to be more polite. Heres a direct link.

Roger in Baltimore


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Subject: RE: LYR REQ - Nitty Gritty WTCBU vol II
From: Roger in Baltimore
Date: 05 Jun 99 - 07:48 AM

There is a song entitled AND SO IT GOES in the DT. But it is credited to that noted folk-singer Billy Joel. Probably not the song you seek.

Roger in Baltimore


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Subject: RE: LYR REQ - Nitty Gritty WTCBU vol II
From: Rose
Date: 05 Jun 99 - 08:39 PM

Thanks Roger. The Dylan was a direct hit - the other song I have had a heck of a time finding the words. Apparently this is the only time Denver recorded it. Guess I will just listen to the song over and over and take notes (-: PS. Liked the Billy Joel song though!


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Subject: RE: LYR REQ - Nitty Gritty WTCBU vol II
From: Gene
Date: 06 Jun 99 - 12:55 AM

Use a search engine for [Denver lyrics]
Check Fabio Zucca's Tribute site to John Denver
*CLICK HERE FOR LYRICS TO-AND SO IT GOES*


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Subject: RE: LYR REQ - Nitty Gritty WTCBU vol II
From: Rose
Date: 06 Jun 99 - 03:55 PM

Gene: Thank you, thank you, thank you! I have been looking for these lyrics for years and so appreciate you and Roger for your help. Chords too...guess I'll have to go dust off the guitar now. (-: This has been one of the nicest and most fun sites I've been too! Thanks again.


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Subject: RE: Dirt Band's Will the Circle Be Unbroken Vol II
From: Joe Offer
Date: 02 Mar 11 - 12:34 AM

You'll find a listing of tracks, with lyrics, here (click):

Will The Circle Be Unbroken, Vol. II MCA Records 1989

CMA and Grammy Award Winner Certified Gold Album

One of the best cherished of the late '60s/early '70s country rock albums was the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's 1972 triple, Will The Circle Be Unbroken, which brought together a number of country and bluegrass luminaries and helped sweep aside country music's sticks-and-hickster image for a rockier audience. 17 years later came Vol. II, with a far greater panoply of stars - too many to mention in fact, but Johnny Cash, Emmylou Harris, Levon Helm, John Hiatt and Rosanne Cash (rocking together on "One Step Over The Line"), John Prine, Ricky Skaggs, Earl Scruggs, Roger McGuinn and Chris Hillman (on Bob Dylan's "You Ain't Goin' Nowhere"), and Bruce Hornsby (with a bluegrass version of "The Valley Road") will do for starters. Unsurprisingly, there's some fine picking and singing here, plenty of musical affection and lots of pally fun, and all of it recorded live-to-tape, the performers sitting around in an unbroken circle in the studio and simply, well, going out there and enjoying themselves. "I think we brought the living room back to music," comments Emmylou Harris at the end of side one. I think she's right. John Bauldie © Emap Consumer Magazines Limited.

Track Listing:

  1. Life's Railway To Heaven with Johnny Cash and The Carter Fa
  2. Grandpa Was A Carpenter with John Prine
  3. When I Get My Rewards with Levon Helm
  4. Don't You Hear Jerusalem Moan with New Grass Revival
  5. Little Mountain Church House with Ricky Skaggs
  6. And So It Goes with John Denver
  7. When It's Gone
  8. Mary Danced With Soldiers with Emmylou Harris
  9. Riding Alone with Emmylou Harris
  10. I'm Sittin' on Top Of The World with Jimmy Martin
  11. Lovin' On The Side with Paulette Carlson
  12. Lost River with Michael Martin Murphey
  13. Bayou Jubilee
  14. Blues Berry Hill with Bruce Hornsby
  15. Turn Of The Century
  16. One Step Over The Line with John Hiatt
  17. You Ain't Goin' Nowhere with Roger McGuinn and Chris Hillm
  18. The Valley Road with Bruce Hornsby
  19. Will The Circle Be Unbroken with everyone
  20. Amazing Grace


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Subject: Lyr Add: And So It Goes (Paul Overstreet)
From: Jason Xion Wang
Date: 02 Mar 11 - 09:25 AM

Here is what I remember of this old song.

And So It Goes
(Paul Overstreet; Don Schlitz)

A mansion on a hill is a lovely sight to see
But like any other house it's only temporary
Home is anywhere you choose to put your heart
If there's no love inside it will soon fall apart

Ashes to ashes, dust into dust
Buildings will crumble, bridges will rust
Mountains will disappear, rivers will dry on
And so it goes, with everything but love
So it goes, with everything but love, so it goes

You can drive around in a long limousine
If you don't know where you're going, it don't mean a thing
He would walk a mile just to hold an empty hand
He knows what it means to be a wealthy man

Ashes to ashes, dust into dust
Colossi will crumble, bridges will rust
Mountains will disappear, rivers will dry on
And so it goes, with everything but love
So it goes, with everything but love, so it goes

Wordly treasures will all pass away
There's just one thing that is put here to stay

Ashes to ashes, dust into dust
Kingdoms will crumble, bridges will rust
Mountains will disappear, rivers will dry on
And so it goes, with everything but love
So it goes, with everything but love
So it goes, with everything but love
So it goes, with everything, but love


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Subject: RE: Dirt Band's Will the Circle Be Unbroken Vol II
From: Midchuck
Date: 02 Mar 11 - 09:31 AM

What stuck with me from that album was Emmylou's Mary Danced with Soldiers; and The Turn of the Century (the latter because the writers got it so wrong).

Peter.


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Subject: RE: Dirt Band's Will the Circle Be Unbroken Vol II
From: Chris in Portland
Date: 02 Mar 11 - 10:12 AM

Lost River is a great song too.

As for predictions, if you still believe in global warming, they got one right - "Hanging out together - in picture perfect weather"

Chris in Frigid Portland


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