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Ive Been Working On The Railroad - Art Mooney And His Orchestra* - Ive Been Working On The Railroad / I Dont Know Why (I Just Do) (Vinyl)

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  1. The song I've Been Working on the Railroad was written by [Traditional] and. It was covered by Stones River Ranch Boys, Grassmasters, Little Mo' McCoury, The River Boat Five and other artists.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of I've Been Working On The Railroad / I Don't Know Why (I Just Do) on Discogs. Label: Vogue Records (2) - R,Vogue Records (2) - R • Format: Vinyl /5(1).
  3. Trad. I've been working on the Railroad sheet music for Trombone - tiacaurofnerohungiabaganaceka.coinfo
  4. I've Been Working on the Railroad I've Been Working on the Railroad arr. Tom Kubis - Walrus Music Publishing Somehow Tom Kubis has taken this well-known American folk song, and turned it into a challenging and very swinging saxophone quintet arrangement (a la "Supersax").
  5. I've Been Working on the Railroad. Click to view full image! Print! Have fun with your kids by playing this classic Southern song entitled I've been Working on the Railroad. Print this sheet music and have a fun time singing together. #Prints: Click for Printing Tips.
  6. "I've Been Working on the Railroad" was an old American folk song. It was sung three times by The Doctor in on board of the USS Voyager. He sang the first verse while treating a group of injured Qomar. It was the first piece of music they had ever heard and they were intensely fascinated and intrigued by it. He amused them further by singing the fourth and fifth verse of the song.
  7. May 11,  · Everyone loves this favorite song for kids with a train. Please subscribe to Rock 'N Learn's YouTube channel for more fun videos posted every week. I've Been Working on the Railroad .
  8. So there you have it. Your cute, cuddly "I've Been Working On The Railroad" is actually a racist, pirated, jammed together mess of Americana. In some ways, it kind of makes me love it more. Much like Grimm's fairytales, if you go back to the original there is always more than meets the eye.

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