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John D. Loudermilk - The Guitar Player (Letras y canción para escuchar) - I play guitar in a little bar down the street from here, They pay me to come and to hum and to strum for the folks to hear, But I think it's unfair when I'. I play guitar in a little bar down the street from here They pay me to come and to hum and to strum for the folks to hear But I think it's unfair when I'm sitting up there and my baby walks in And I have to play like a friend Oh, for her and him. Oh, how it hurts to see her flirt with someone else And oh, how it aches to see her make a fool of herself I swear I'd leave if I didn't need th' dough, my friend It's nothing but a sin To have to play and pretend For her and him.
John D. Loudermilk Jr. (March 31, 1934 – September 21, 2016) was an American singer and songwriter. Although he had his own recording career during the 1950s and 1960s, he was primarily known as a songwriter. His best-known songs include "Indian Reservation", a 1968 UK cover by Don Fardon and a 1971 . N. hit for Paul Revere & the Raiders; "Ebony Eyes", a 1961 . for the Everly Brothers; "Tobacco Road", a 1964 Top 20 hit in both the .
The Guitar Player:John D. Loudermilk. INTRO: C Bb F C F C I play guitar in a little bar, down the street from here. The Guitar Player ukulele chords. by John D.
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John D Loudermilk obituary. Singer and songwriter best known for Tobacco Road, a big hit for the Nashville Teens in 1964. He later learned the guitar and played various instruments in a Salvation Army band, and began writing songs in his teens. One of his earliest compositions was A Rose and a Baby Ruth, which Hamilton would record in 1956 after hearing Loudermilk play it on a Durham TV station where he was working in the house band. The song was resurrected in 1999 when the Goth-rocker Manson added it as a bonus studio track to his live album The Last Tour on Earth. In 1967 Loudermilk won a Grammy for best liner notes for his album Suburban Attitudes in Country Verse. In 1976 he was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, and during the 80s he took up the study of ethnomusicology.
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|47-8154||John D. Loudermilk||The Guitar Player (7")||RCA Victor||47-8154||US||1963|
|47-8154||John D. Loudermilk||The Guitar Player (Her And Him) (7", Single)||RCA Victor||47-8154||Canada||1963|
|101489||John D. Loudermilk||The Guitar Player (Her and Him) / Bad News (7", Single)||RCA Victor||101489||Australia||1963|
|47-8154||John D. Loudermilk||The Guitar Player (7")||RCA Victor||47-8154||Europe||1963|