The Doors - Runnin' Blue / Do It download album
Lyrics to "Runnin' Blue" song by The Doors: Poor Otis dead and gone Left me here to sing his song Pretty little girl with the red dress o. .All right, look at my shoes Not quite the walkin' blues Don't fight, too much to lose Can't fight the runnin' blues Well, I've got the runnin' blues Runnin' away, back to . Got to find the dock of the bay Maybe find it back in . Runnin' scared Runnin' blue Goin' so fast What'll I do. Well, I've got the runnin' blues Runnin' away, back to .
Poor Otis dead and gone Left me here to sing his song Pretty little girl with the red dress on Poor Otis dead and gone. Yeah, back down, turn around slowly Try it again, remembering when It was easy, try it again Much too easy, remembering when. All right, look at my shoes Not quite the walking blues Don't fight, too much to lose Can't fight the running blues. Well, I've got the running blues Running away, back to .
Request an album send to friend. Runnin' Blue, Do It (Singles) (1969). The Doors - Runnin' Blue, Do It (Singles). Bitrate (quality): 192256320. mp3. 1. Runnin' Blue.
Green/Blue Metronome Label Title spelled "Running Blue" on picture sleeve. Matrix, Runout (Label side A): EKS-45-675-A.
The Doors released this as a single, but did not make the Top 40. Morrison was abusing alcohol during most of the recording of this album. Since songs like this involved a lot of instruments and took a while to record, Morrison had a lot of time to get drunk. As a result, he didn't contribute much to it. The Doors used some unusual instruments on this track: a mandolin played by Jesse McReynolds and a fiddle played by Jimmy Buchanan Was track two of side two on the band's fourth studio album, 'The Soft Parade', and the album reached on Billboard's Top Pop Albums chart.
Runnin' Blue is a song by the American rock band The Doors, the seventh track on their album The Soft Parade. In 1969 it peaked at on Billboard magazine's Pop Singles chart. It is notable for Jim Morrisons introduction, a tribute to the then recently-deceased Otis Redding: Poor Otis, dead and gone Left me here to sing his song Pretty little girl with the red dress on Poor Otis, dead and gone. The Jimi Hendrix Experience.
Runnin' Blue is a music singles/eps/fan club/promo recording by THE DOORS (ve Rock) released in 1969 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Runnin' Blue + Do It Elektra. Sort: Recent best-seller Results cached.
The Soft Parade is the fourth studio album by American rock band the Doors, released on July 18, 1969 by Elektra Records. Most of the album was recorded following a grueling tour during which the band was left with little time to compose new material.
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Written-By – Krieger*
Written-By – Morrison*, Krieger*
- Producer – Paul A. Rothchild
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- Rights Society: SEDRIM
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): VRN 34098/A
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): VRN 34098/B
|EKS-45675||The Doors||Runnin' Blue (7", Single)||Elektra||EKS-45675||US||1969|
|EKS-45-675||The Doors||Runnin' Blue (7", Promo)||Elektra||EKS-45-675||US||1969|
|EK 45675||The Doors||Runnin' Blue (7", Single)||Elektra||EK 45675||Canada||1969|
|INT. 80212||The Doors||Runnin' Blue (7", Single)||Elektra||INT. 80212||France||1969|
|J 27 035||The Doors||Runnin' Blue / Do It (7", Single)||Metronome||J 27 035||Sweden||1969|