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8 thoughts on “ Ive Been Working On The Railroad - Norman Leyden And His Orchestra - Everybody Sing (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. I’ve Been Working on the Railroad: About the Song. Song History. This song was adapted late in the 19th century either from an African-American spiritual about working on a Mississippi River levee or from an old Irish hymn. "Someone’s in the Kitchen with Dinah" was a .
  2. I've been working on the railroad, All the live-long day; I've been working on the railroad, Just to pass the time away. Don't you hear the whistle blowing? Rise up so early in the morn. Don't you hear the captain shouting: "Dinah, blow your horn!" Dinah, won't you blow, Dinah, won't you blow.
  3. I've been working on the railroad, All the live long day I've been working on the railroad, Just to pass the time away And when you hear his whistle blowing, Let's all sing some more! toot toot! Oh! GiggleBelly blow, GiggleBelly blow, GiggleBelly blow your horn, your horn!
  4. when or where the first railroad worker put together his own song or train imitation. One can only specu­ late about the "first" railroad number- formal or. folk-which entered tradition. The melody, and pos­ sibly some stanzas, of "I've Been Working on the. Railroad" ("Dinah") .
  5. I've Been Working on the Railroad (Sing-Along Songs) Paperback – March 1, by Steven Anderson (Author), Maxine Lee (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — — Hardcover "Please retry" $/5(1).
  6. Sep 26,  · "I've Been Working on the Railroad" may just be one of the best-known folk songs about the U.S. railway system. The song is pervasive and the words are a favorite among recordings aimed at children. Yet, children rarely learn all the lyrics originally intended in the song, as some of those were incredibly racist and deeply offensive.
  7. This is great for kids! This is the album my family grew up with in the 60s and 70s originally called "A Golden Treasury of Train Songs" with Win Stracke, Art Carney, Anne Lloyd, Mike Stewart, Bobby Nick, the Arthur Norman Chorus and directed by Mitch Miller. The album was dog-eared in our house/5(5).
  8. I've been working on the railroad All the live long day I've been working on the railroad Just to pass the time away Can't you hear the whistle blowing Rise up so early in the morn Can't you hear the whistle blowing Dinah, blow your horn. Dinah won't you blow Dinah won't you blow Dinah, won't you blow your horn Dinah, won't you blow, Dinah, won.

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