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Performer: The High 48s
Title: Daddy Was a Bank Robber
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My daddy was a bank robber But he never hurt nobody He just loved to live that way And he loved to take your money. He's gone now. The old man spoke up in a bar Said "I never been in prison A lifetime serving one machine Is ten times worse than prison". Imagine if all the boys in jail Could get out now together Whadda you think they'd want to say to us? While we was being clever. Someday you'll meet your rocking chair 'Cause that's where we're spinning There's no point to want to comb your hair When it's grey and thinning. Oh. Hey, my daddy was.

Album · 2017 · 10 Songs. Daddy Was a Bank Robber The High 48s. Country. Listen on Apple Music. More By The High 48s. See All. Who Needs Love? 2008. Great Northern Railroad.

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The High 48s present "Daddy Was A Bank Robber". Holidays with The High 48s - Album Release 12-5-15 at The Aster Cafe. NEXT SHOW: Sat. Jul. 20th - The High 48s in Burnsville, MN at International Festival of Burnsville.

Daddy Was a Bank Robber - Bankrobber, Love for an Angel, Gospel Blues and 10 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Daddy Was a Bank Robber. From: The High 48s. Year: 2017. Count: 10. Views: 1. Daddy Was a Bank Robber tracks.

Bankrobber/Robber Dub Lyrics. My daddy was a bank robber But he never hurt nobody He just loved to live that way And he loved to steal your money Some is rich, and some is poor That's the way the world is But I don't believe in lyin' back Sayin' how bad your luck is So we came to jazz it up. We never loved a shovel Break your back to earn our pay An' don't forget to grovel. Bankrobber’ was a non-album single released on August 8 1980 that was eventually on the Clash’s compilation album Super Black Market Clash. Arguably the band’s most successful dub creation, ‘Bankrobber’ discusses the two choices people can make in their lives: to quietly live by the rules and be a slave or stand on their feet and live the life of a societal outlaw – and, for what it’s worth, it showed up on the 2008 Guy Ritchie film ‘Rocknrolla’. Bankrobber/Robber Dub" Track Info.

Robber Dub" is the dub version of "Bankrobber". It was to be included in the 12" single for "Bankrobber", but the label ended up refusing to release the 12" single. The song can be found on their 1980 compilation album Black Market Clash, combined with "Bankrobber" as a 6:16 track, and on the 1994 compilation album Super Black Market Clash, as a 4:42 stand. The opening words ("My daddy was a bankrobber but he never hurt nobody") are recited as if part of the dialogue. In a subsequent episode of the same series one of the barristers faces a disciplinary hearing as a result of punching someone at the time of the robing room scene in the first episode. During the filming for the "Bankrobber" video, Clash roadies Baker and Johnny Green faked a bank job in South London

Daddy was a Bank Robber book. Marcus’s dad is arrested for a Bank Robbery he swears he didn’t commit. He was on probation for a previous robbery and so now faces many years in jail. Can the boys solve the crime and free Marcus’s dad?.

Unarguably America’s most famous bank robber, Willie never injured a soul, but took on almost a hundred banks and departed three of America’s most escape-proof penitentiaries. This is the stuff of myth†rascally and cautionary by turns†yet true in every searing, diverting, and brilliantly recalled detail. When I was three, we moved over one block to High Street, between Gold Street and Bridge Street, and about five years later we moved down the block from 183 High to 227 High. Irishtown was wedged in between the East River on the north, the Navy Yard on the east, and the Washington Street entrance approach to the Brooklyn Bridge off to the west.

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