Angel Of Montgomery - P.R.I.C.S - Covered (CD, Album)

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  1. Angel from Montgomery Lyrics: I am an old woman / Named after my mother / My old man is another / Child who's grown old / If dreams were thunder / And lightning was desire / This old house would.
  2. Jun 11,  · Make me an angel That flies from Montgomery Make me a poster Of an old rodeo Just give me one thing That I can hold on to To believe in this livin' Is just a hard way to go When I was a young girl I had me a cowboy He wasn't much to look at Just a free ramblin' man But that was a long time And no matter how I tried The years they just rolled by.
  3. On my copy of this Canadian pressing, the last track on Side 1, "Angel", has been replaced by "Eleanor Rigby". What sounds to my ears like the exact same version of "Eleanor Rigby" is also the first track on Side two. The track "Angel" is nowhere to be found, although the .
  4. AllOne and John Michael Montgomery recorded an updated duet version of "I Swear" for the deluxe edition of AllOne's album Twenty+. A music video for this duet version was released on May 9, Brazilian duo Leandro e Leonardo recorded a Portuguese version entitled "Eu Juro", it was recorded in
  5. " Angel from Montgomery " is a song written by John Prine, originally appearing on his self-titled album John Prine. The song has been covered extensively by various artists.
  6. “Angel From Montgomery” became a country standard, covered most famously by Bonnie Raitt, whose slow, soulful version highlighted the song’s theme of emulsified female desire.
  7. Apr 08,  · As for Maines, the Dixie Chicks leader was joined by her sons, Jackson and Beckett, for a cover of the classic “Angel from Montgomery”. “My kids got introduced to John Prine Missing: Angel Of Montgomery.
  8. Apr 07,  · Out of those grew Prine’s classic self-titled debut album, in which he took deeply unhip subjects -- like middle-aged Southern housewives (“Angel From Montgomery”), the destruction of.
  9. One of a number of remarkable songs on Prine’s self-titled debut album released in , it became a popular cover almost immediately. Carly Simon recorded it the next year, but it was not included on her No Secrets album, although she performed it on TV shows (it showed up, in altered form.

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