Dont Ya Tell Henry - The Band - Live At Watkins Glen (CD)

15.12.2019
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  • Don't Ya Tell Henry Lyrics: Don't ya tell Henry / Apple's got your fly / I went down to the river on a Saturday morn / A-lookin' around just to see who's born / I found a little chicken down on.
  • Don't Ya Tell Henry. Words and music Bob Dylan Released on The Basement Tapes (/) in a version by The Band Tabbed by Eyolf Østrem, according to the version with Dylan, available as an outtake. Version with Dylan Don't ya tell Henry, Apple's got your fly.
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  • The Band also worked with Dylan on the initial Blonde On Blonde sessions which, bar two tracks, were ultimately abandoned in favour of versions recorded with Nashville session musici read more Bob Dylan and The Band is a long-lived collaboration with few official releases, their recordings together often released under Dylan's name alone.
  • Don't Ya Tell Henry Lyrics: Yes, I went down to the river on a Saturday morn / A-looking around just to see who was born / I spied a little chicken down on his knees / I went up and yelled to him.
  • Don't ya tell Henry Apple's got your fly. I went down to the river on a saturday morn A-lookin' around just to see who's born I found a little chicken down on his knees I went up and yelled to him "Please, please, please" He said, "Don't ya tell Henry Don't ya tell Henry Don't ya tell Henry Apple's got your fly". I went down to the corner at a.
  • A She said, "Don't ya tell Henry, E Don't ya tell Henry, B Don't ya tell Henry, A (n.c.) E Apple's got your fly." E Now, I went down to the beanery at half past twelve, A-lookin' around just to see myself. A I spotted a horse and a donkey, too, E I looked for a cow and I saw me a few.

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