Glennis Grace - My Guy mp3. mp3 Player. Music video: Watch now Glennis Grace's video clip of album "The House Of The Rising Sun/My Guy".
The "rising sun" has been a symbol for brothels in British and American ballads. In the traditional folk version of the song, the main character is either a prostitute or a prisoner. The Animals changed it to a gambler to make their version more radio-friendly. It is not known whether or not the house described in the lyrics was an actual or a fictitious place. There is a B&B in New Orleans called the House of the Rising Sun, decorated in brothel style. The owners are fans of the song, but there is no connection with the original place. A. The Animals Lyrics
The House of the Rising Sun" is a traditional folk song, sometimes called "Rising Sun Blues". It tells of a life gone wrong in New Orleans; many versions also urge a sibling or parents and children to avoid the same fate. The most successful commercial version, recorded in 1964 by British rock group The Animals, was a number one hit on the UK Singles Chart and also in the United States and France.
My mother was a tailor She sewed my new blue jeans My father was a gamblin' man Down in New Orleans. Now the only thing a gambler needs Is a suitcase and trunk And the only time he'll be satisfied Is when he's all drunk. Oh mother tell your children Not to do what I have done Spend your lives in sin and misery In the House of the Rising Sun. Well, I got one foot on the platform The other foot on the train I'm goin' back to New Orleans To wear that ball and chain
this is great my guy. Matis lm. It was one of the first songs i& learned as a child:-) Viko Vavro. Holy cow mine too dude!.
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My mother was a tailor She sewed my new bluejeans My father was a gamblin' man Down in New Orleans. Now the only thing a gambler needs Is a suitcase and trunk And the only time he's satisfied Is when he's on a drunk. organ solo -. Well, I got one foot on the platform The other foot on the train I'm goin' back to New Orleans To wear that ball and chain
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