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9 thoughts on “ Hobos Lullaby

  1. Hobo's Lullaby provides a space in our programming to explore the roots of American music. We look to the very foundations of blues, country, bluegrass, and jazz in the American tradition to better understand how each style developed and relates to other genres.
  2. That's the hobo's lullaby. Don't you worry 'bout tomorrow Let tomorrows come and go Tonight you've got a nice, warm boxcar Free from all the wind and snow. Go to sleep, you weary hobo Watch the towns go drifting by Can't you hear the rails a singin'? That's the hobo's lullaby.
  3. Ukulele chords for Woody Guthrie - Hobos lullaby. C Go to sleep, you weary F hobo, G7 Let the towns drift slowly C by. C Listen to those C7 steel rails hum Dm min'? G7 That's a hobo's C lullaby.
  4. Feb 01,  · Hobo's Lullaby Arlo Guthrie Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 67 ratings. See all 23 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Listen Now with Amazon Music: Hobo's Lullaby (Remastered ) "Please retry" Amazon Music Unlimited: Price New from Used from MP3 Music, April 1, "Please retry"/5(63).
  5. About “Hobo's Lullaby” 1 contributor Woody Guthrie was born in in Oklahoma in Things went bust there in with the Great Depression and Woody headed out, on his own, with a promise to send.
  6. Arlo Guthrie 's acclaimed album featuring his chart-topping rendition of Steve Goodman's The City of New Orleans. Produced by Lenny Waronker, Hobo's Lullaby has an all-star cast of contributing musicians including Hoyt Axton, Linda Ronstadt, Doug Dillard and Ry Cooder/5(66).
  7. Go to sleep you weary hobo Let the towns drift slowly by Can't you hear the steel rails hummin' That's the hobo's lullaby I know your clothes are torn and ragged And your hair is turning gray Lift your head and smile at trouble You'll find peace and rest someday Now don.
  8. That's a hobo's lullaby Do not think about tomorrow Let tomorrow come and go Tonight you're in a nice warm boxcar Safe from all the wind and snow I know the police cause you trouble They cause trouble everywhere But when you die and go to heaven You won't find no policemen there I know your clothes are torn and ragged And your hair is turning grey.
  9. C F Go to sleep you weary hobo G7 C Let the towns drift slowly by C F Can't you hear the steel rail humming G7 C That's a hobo's lullaby C F Do not think about tomorrow G7 C Let tomorrow come and go C F Tonight you're in a nice warm boxcar G7 C Safe from all the wind and snow C F Go to sleep you weary hobo G7 C Let the towns drift slowly by C F Can't you hear the steel rail humming G7 C That's.

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