Category: Classic Rock

My Favorite Spring - Tom Paxton - Up & Up (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Up & Up contains some highlights from the second half of Tom Paxton's career -- including "Bad Old Days," a duet with Bob Gibson on "Outlaw" and "Feed the Children," which was used as the theme of the United Nations' World Hunger Organization -- but the material is a bit too uneven for the album to be recommended unconditionally. For serious fans, there's enough here worth 5/
  2. Paxton, Tom - TOM PAXTON THE COMPLEAT RECORDED LIVE vinyl record - petoboningguhartherstalviepresatrel.coinfo Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Go Search.
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  5. petoboningguhartherstalviepresatrel.coinfo > Music of Tom Paxton > Up & Up. Up & Up. Mountain Railroad/Flying Fish Records MR Side One. Has Annie Been In Tonight? - - (Click here for lyrics) That's The Way It Seems To Me - My Favorite Spring - (Click here for lyrics) Home To Me (Is Anywhere You Are) - - (Click here for lyrics) Feed The.
  6. That was my favourite spring I could do anything Full six feet tall and lean I was just seventeen My fastball was nothin' but smoke My curve-ball snapped and broke My change-up made 'em look bad They couldn't hit a thing I had I was pitchin’ down in Tampa I was doin’ really well I was in the rotation I was givin' 'em Hell I threw a two-hitter.
  7. My Favorite Spring Lyrics: I used to play baseball. I used to love to play / The people all said I'd be a winner someday / We played on the sandlots and the gravel school yards / I once had a.

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