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Working In The Coal Mine - Lee Dorsey - Working In The Coal Mine (Vinyl)

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  1. Goltilar says:
    Lee Dorsey (December 24, – December 2, ) was an American rhythm & blues singer. His biggest hits were "Ya Ya" () and "Working in the Coal Mine" (). .
  2. Gajora says:
    Working in the coal mine Going down down down Working in the coal mine Whoop about to slip down Five o'clock in the morning I'm already up and gone Lord I'm so tired How long can this go on Cause I work every morning Hauling coal by the ton, But when saturday rolls around I'm too tired to have any fun [Repeat: x 2] Spoken:Lord, I'm so tired.
  3. Tygozuru says:
    The New Lee Dorsey is chock full of bonus tracks and the non-stop funk n' party roll that is New Orleans music. The New Lee Dorsey opens up with "Working In A Coalmine" (no, its not a Devo song; they just covered it) and doesn't let up. As with Ride Your Pony (the other Sundazed re-issue /5(4).
  4. Nimuro says:
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  5. Meztimi says:
    Working In A Coalmine Lyrics: Workin' in the coal mine / Goin' on down, down / Workin' in a coal mine / Oops, about to slip down / Workin' in a coal mine / Goin' on.
  6. Dushura says:
    Feb 06,  · Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about The New Lee Dorsey* - Working In The Coal Mine - Holy Cow at Discogs. Complete your The New Lee Dorsey /5().
  7. Kazrasida says:
    Jan 01,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Working In The Coal Mine / Mexico on Discogs. Label: Amy - AMY • Format: Vinyl 7 Lee Dorsey - Working In The Coal Mine / Mexico (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(24).
  8. Tojagis says:
    When he wrote for a specific artist, Toussaint would craft the song to that artist's personality, which he did on "Working in the Coal Mine." Mining is very unpleasant work, but the incessant background vocals ("Workin' in a coal mine, oops, about to slip down") and Dorsey's enthusiastic delivery turned the song - about a guy who is so tired from work that he can't even have fun on Saturday - into a campy romp.

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