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  • Singer: CONTRABAND
  • Album: All The Way From Memphis
  • MP3: 1753 mb | FLAC: 1385 mb
  • Released: 1991
  • Style: Hard Rock, Classic Rock
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 865
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CONTRABAND  - All The Way From Memphis mp3 flac

All The Way From Memphis Lyrics. Forgot my six-string razor and hit the sky Halfway to Memphis before I realized Well, I phoned the information, my axe was cold They said she rides the train to Oreole Now, it's a mighty long way down the dusty trail And the sun burns down on the cold steel rail And I look like a bum and I crawl like. down to rock'n'roll And your name gets hot and your heart grows cold And you've got to stay a young man, you can never be old All the way from Memphis Now, it's a mighty long way down rock'n'roll From the Bradford Cities, to the Oreole And you look like a star but you're out on. parole All the way from Memphis. All The Way From Memphis" Track Info. Written By Ian Hunter. Release Date May 6, 1991. Cover Of. All The Way From Memphis by Mott The Hoople. Contraband ContraBAND. 1. All The Way From Memphis.

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Band Name Contraband (USA). Album Name All the Way from Memphis. Members owning this album3. 2. All the Way from Memphis (Balls to Wall Version). 3. Loud Guitars, Fast Cars & Wild, Wild Livin'.

All the Way from Memphis" is a single released by Mott the Hoople as the lead track from the album Mott in 1973. The song tells a story about a rock and roller whose guitar is shipped to Oriole, Kentucky instead of Memphis. The track peaked at No. 10 in the UK Singles Chart. Although it did not chart in the United States, it did receive considerable airplay on album-oriented rock stations. The Mott album, from which it was released, reached the Top 40 of the Billboard 200, peaking at No. 35.

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