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Dub Dickerson - I Must've Drove My Mules Too Hard / Under The Heading Of My Business mp3 flac

Dub Dickerson - I Must've Drove My Mules Too Hard / Under The Heading Of My Business mp3 flac

Performer: Dub Dickerson
Title: I Must've Drove My Mules Too Hard / Under The Heading Of My Business
Style: Honky Tonk
Released: 1955
Country: US
Size MP3 version: 1707 mb
Size FLAC version: 1493 mb
Size WMA version: 1956 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 551
Format: AUD AAC VOC DTS MMF WAV DMF
Genre: World - Country - Folk

Dub Dickerson - I Must've Drove My Mules Too Hard / Under The Heading Of My Business mp3 flac


Its the last day of Mule Week and all you rounders heading out tonight better pay attention to Dub Dickerson as he sings "I Must've Drove My Mules Too Hard".

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A I Must've Drove My Mules Too Hard 2:45 B Under The Heading Of My Business 2:45.

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I come from a land down under Where beer does flow and men chunder Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder? You better run, you better take cover. Lyin' in a den in Bombay With a slack jaw, and not much to say I said to the man, "Are you trying to tempt me Because I come from the land of plenty? " And he said, "Do you come from a land down under? Where women glow and men plunder? Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder? You better run, you better take cover.

Under the dripping bare lilac-trees a large open car was coming up the drive. Daisy’s face, tipped sideways beneath a three-cornered lavender hat, looked out at me with a bright ecstatic smile. I had to follow the sound of it for a moment, up and down, with my ear alone, before any words came through. It wasn’t a bit funny. Aware of the loud beating of my own heart I pulled the door to against the increasing rain. For half a minute there wasn’t a sound. Then from the living-room I heard a sort of choking murmur and part of a laugh, followed by Daisy’s voice on a clear artificial note: I certainly am awfully glad to see you again.

A few years ago, I visited Mexico from the . The political climate in the . at the time was tense, and there were debates going on about immigration. And, as often happens in America, immigration became synonymous with Mexicans. One of my closest friends, Okoloma, died in a plane crash because our fire trucks did not have water. I grew up under repressive military governments that devalued education, so that sometimes, my parents were not paid their salaries. And so, as a child, I saw jam disappear from the breakfast table, then margarine disappeared, then bread became too expensive, then milk became rationed. And most of all, a kind of normalized political fear invaded our lives.

Needless to say, her father wasn't too pleased. The funny thing is her dad ended up selling me the car after I passed my test. C I was teaching my mum to drive and we were coming down a rather narrow road which had cars parked on both sides. I'd spent lots of money on lessons but I was a terrible driver, I must admit. The first time I took my driving test nobody expected me to pass. I didn't know what to do so I just got in and drove. I continued to drive - illegally - for three months. Fortunately I was never stopped by the police and the next time I took my driving test I passed.

My brother Ted must be the world's worst driver. It started when he was young and used to go for joyrides, causingpile-ups which resulted intraffic jams andgridlocks for other drivers. As a young adult, he was a realboy racer,putting his foot down, drivinglike the clappers and thenjamming on the brakes. I reckon he must havewritten off at least six of thebangers he used to drive. He's still a realroad hog,tailgating other cars and getting involved inroad rage incidents. He's offered togive me a lift home tonight, but to be honest, I'd ratherthumb a lift

Tracklist

A I Must've Drove My Mules Too Hard 2:45
B Under The Heading Of My Business 2:45

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
F3099 Dub Dickerson I Must've Drove My Mules Too Hard / Under The Heading Of My Business ‎(7", Single, Promo) Capitol Records F3099 US 1955