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song at the end of "tales from the rails"

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who sang "long black train" at the end of "tales from the rails"? i know a bunch of old- timers did it, including conway twitty but it is a completely differeny version. there are no music credits either so im fucked.

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Originally posted by damn vandle

NOT SURE BUT ITS A GOOD SONG. GOOD VIDEO TOO!

 

good music the whole way thru. OneZeroEights wholecar made me laugh for like 5 minutes.... i love that wholecar.

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the one line goes "ninety-nine years is what he got, ill bet it seems like a hundred to him"

what a fucking dumb line, that song is so old and strange, and it always gets stuck in my head at some point every time im in a yard. not necesarily a bad thing. oh and i have no clue who did it, but i do like the fact that the music was said to be "excavated" in the credits. "the load" is my favorite of that video.

 

taaaaaake a looooad off fannnnnnnny

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Guest CHUKYCHEEZE

yes it is a very great video!

 

I DONT KNOW HOME MANY TIMES IVE WATCHED THAT VIDEO HE JUST SHOULDNT HAVE ROBBED THAT BANK !!!!!!!:lol:

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Originally posted by deformatron

[b"the load" is my favorite of that video.

 

taaaaaake a looooad off fannnnnnnny [/b]

 

that song is "the weight" by the band. it may just be my favorite song of all time. i did it kareoke last night with about 15 beers in me and passed out on a tree-swing. i was at my ex-girlfiend's parent's house.

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