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The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down

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  1. The night they drove old Dixie down. And all the people were singin'. They went, "Na, na, na". Like my father before me, I'm a working man. And like my brother before me, I took a rebel stand. But he was just 18, proud and brave. But a yankee laid him in his grave. I swear by the blood below my feet.
  2. Mar 08,  · The karaoke version without the vocal guide is available on ocunextedfirefcompventretperctentquad.co This recording is a cover of The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down as made famous by Joan Baez - This version is not the.
  3. Aug 06,  · Growing up in Troy, Alabama, a small city about two hours south of Birmingham, where he currently lives, James often heard “The Night They .
  4. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down Johnny Cash. Johnny Cash - The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down [Bm] Virgil [D] Cain is my name, and I [G] served on the Danville [Bm] train [D] Till Stonewall's [Bm] cavalry came, and [G] tore up the tracks [Bm] again [G].
  5. Aug 20,  · ‘The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down” hit No. 1 in and Rolling Stone once ranked it No. on a list of the greatest songs of all time. Since then, it’s been covered by almost.
  6. Jan 26,  · This recording is a cover of The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down as made famous by The Band - This version is not the original version, and is not performed by The Band. This instrumental/playback.
  7. We were hungry, just barely alive. By May the 10th, Richmond had fell. It's a time I remember, oh so well. The night they drove old Dixie down. And the bells were ringing. The night they drove old Dixie down. And the people were singing. They went, "Na, na, la, na, na, la".
  8. Apr 25,  · For me the song that best symbolizes that chapter in music history is The Band’s The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down from their second album released in , The Band. The song is a result of Robbie Robertson’s research of the American Civil War. Levon Helm recalls: “Robbie and I worked on the song up in Woodstock.
  9. Jun 17,  · The night they drove Old Dixie down and the people were singin', they went La-la-la la-la-la, la-la-la la-la-la, la-la-la-la The song is about defeat. Being trampled into the dirt.

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