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Tony Boone - Working at the Car Wash Blues mp3 download

Performer: Tony Boone
Title: Working at the Car Wash Blues
Released: 1974
Size MP3 version: 1808 mb
Size FLAC version: 1133 mb
Size WMA version: 1112 mb
Rating: 4.3
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Genre: Pop Rock

Tony Boone - Working at the Car Wash Blues mp3 download


Working at the Car Wash Blues.

Jim Croce from his performance on The Old Grey Whistle Test on Friday, 27th July 1973, with Maury Muehleisen

Ukulele and Guitar chords with free download.

G Well, I had just got out from the county prison D7 Doin' ninety days for non-support Tried to find me an executive position G But no matter how smooth I talked They wouldn't listen to th. .

Workin' at the Car Wash Blues" is a 1974 single written and recorded by Jim Croce. It was the third single released from his album I Got a Name. It reached a peak of in July 1974 on the Billboard Hot 100. It was also the fourth single released (including Christmas-themed release "It Doesn't Have To Be That Way") after Jim Croce's passing in September 1973.

Les paroles de Working At the Car Wash Blues de Jim Croce ont été traduites en 2 langue(s). Well, I had just got out from the county prison, Doin' ninety days for non-support. Tried to find me an executive position, But no matter how smooth I talked They wouldn't listen to the fact that I was a genius The man say, "We got all that we can us. Now I got them steadily depressin', low down mind messin' Working at the car wash blues. Well, I should be sittin' in an air conditioned office in a swivel chair Talkin' some trash to the secretaries, Sayin',.

Jim Croce - Workin at the Car Wash Blues Songtext.

Working at the car wash blues. Well, I should be sittin' in an air-conditioned. With no double martini in any high-brow society news, 'Cause I got them steadily depressin', low down mind messin', Workin' at the car wash blues. Lead break over verse pattern). So, baby, don't expect to see me.

Tony also received the Most Promising Male Vocalist of The Year from the Academy of Country Music in 1972. An album soon followed, On The Right Track, produced by Dusty Rhodes, and in 1971 Booth won the ACM award for Most Promising Male Vocalist. His first single, "Cinderella", went midway up the charts. After two singles failed to chart, Booth's cover of Jim Croce's hit Workin' At The Car Wash Blues, made it to No. 22 and the album of the same name won an ASCAP award in 1974.

Now I got them steadily depressin', low down mind messin'. Working at the car wash blues. Well, I should be sittin' in an air conditioned office in a swivel chair. Talkin' some trash to the secretaries, Sayin', "Here, now mam-ma, come on over here. Instead, I'm stuck here rubbin' these fenders with a rag. And walkin' home in soggy old shoes. With them steadily depressin', low down mind messin'. Workin' at the car wash blues. You know a man of my ability, He should be smokin' on a big cigar

Credits

Tony Boone - Primary Artist