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Marty Robbins - Big Iron / Singing The Blues download album

  • Performer: Marty Robbins
  • Title: Big Iron / Singing The Blues
  • Genre: Country - World
  • Country: Canada
  • Formats: AAC MOD MP1 ASF AIFF WAV DTS
  • Style: Country
  • MP3 album: 1516 mb
  • FLAC album: 1480 mb
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Marty Robbins - Big Iron / Singing The Blues download album

Written-By – Marty Robbins. B. Singing The Blues. Written-By – M. Endsley. Matrix, Runout: ZSP-48864 1BD. Matrix, Runout: ZSP-373821AH. Other Versions (5 of 6) View All.

Download for free and listen to Marty Robbins - Singing The Blues. We have song's lyrics, which you can find out below. Org M Marty Robbins.

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Singing the Blues" is a popular song written by Melvin Endsley and published in 1956. The song was first recorded and released by Marty Robbins in 1956. It is not related to the 1920 jazz song "Singin' the Blues" recorded by Frank Trumbauer and Bix Beiderbecke in 1927. The best-known recording was released in October 1956 by Guy Mitchell and spent ten weeks at number 1 on the . Billboard chart from December 8, 1956, to February 2, 1957. An example of the .

Artist: Marty Robbins. Album: Marty's Greatest Hits (1959). Translations: German, Spanish. Well I never felt more like singing the blues. Cause I never thought that I'd ever lose. Your love dear why'd you do me this way. Well I never felt more like crying all night. Cause everything's wrong and nothing ain't right. Without you you got me singing the blues. The dream is gone I thought was mine. Submitted by turcanin on Wed, 07/12/2011 - 16:46. Marty Robbins: Top 3. 1. Big Iron. 2. Buenos días Argentina.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Big Iron
Written-By – Marty Robbins
3:53
B Singing The Blues
Written-By – M. Endsley*
2:24

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: ZSP-48864 1BD
  • Matrix / Runout: ZSP-373821AH

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
13-33045 Marty Robbins Big Iron ‎(7", Single) Columbia 13-33045 Canada 1960
4-33045 Marty Robbins Big Iron ‎(7", RE) Columbia 4-33045 Canada Unknown
13-33045 Marty Robbins Big Iron ‎(7", Single, RE) Columbia 13-33045 US Unknown
1.275 Marty Robbins Big Iron / Singing The Blues ‎(7", Single) CBS 1.275 Netherlands 1963
4-33045 Marty Robbins Big Iron ‎(7", Single, Promo, RE) Columbia 4-33045 US Unknown




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