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Gambling Polka Dot Blues. 5. More by Merle Haggard & The Strangers. Mama Tried 1968 The Land of Many Churches (Live) 2010 A Working Man Can't Get Nowhere Today 1977 Mama Tried / Pride In What I Am (Remastered) 2006

Lyrics to "Gambling Polka Dot Blues" by MERLE HAGGARD: Thought I was a gambler I broke every shark in town / Until I met a rounder who called all I put down / I put the cards on the table and he drew an ace high hand / He bet his watch and I called it and lost my money like a man / I've got them polka dot blues the Got the gambling polka dot blues [ guitar - dixieland - fiddle ] My gal had plenty so I got Twenty then went back and sat down I got a Four but I thought it was more as he dealt the cards around He set the deck on the table and I bet him all I could stand Well I turned over a measly Four he had another Ace-high hand I've got them polka dot Listen to Gambling Polka Dot Blues from Merle Haggard's Roots of My Raising for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Song information for Gamblin' Polka Dot Blues - Merle Haggard on AllMusic The latter song was featured in Merle's tribute album to Bob Wills. While the songs on "The Best of Country Blues" were plucked from four different albums, the music blends together well. While I own most of Merle Haggard's albums, this is the album to which I return most often. These were Haggard's Capitol Years--when he was at the top of his View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 2008 CD release of "Concepts, Live & The Strangers/Hag - The Capitol Recordings 1968-1976" on Discogs. This collection of country blues, ragtime, ballads, and just plain country songs with the word "blues" in the title highlights Merle Haggard's considerable knowledge of country and popular music history. Haggard puts in assured and often compelling vocal performances on Jimmie Rodgers' early-1930s "T.B. Blues," the Delmore Brothers' mid-'40s "Blues Stay Away From Me," and Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys' "Brain Cloudy Blues," while "Blues For Dixie" is an appealing blend of Dixieland jazz

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Oct 15, 1990 Merle Haggard seems to be happiest when performing the songs of the country greats that influenced his music. Men like Jimmie Rodgers, Bob Wills, Ernest Tubb, Hank Williams and Lefty Frizzell. There's no Lefty or Ernest Tubb here, but there are two Haggard-written songs (the familiar hit "Working Man Blues," and an upbeat "White Man Singing the The latter song was featured in Merle's tribute album to Bob Wills. While the songs on "The Best of Country Blues" were plucked from four different albums, the music blends together well. While I own most of Merle Haggard's albums, this is the album to which I return most often. These were Haggard's Capitol Years--when he was at the top of his

Merle Haggard with the Mississippi Delta Blues -----I do not own the right to this music

Gambling Polka Dot Blues. 5. More by Merle Haggard & The Strangers. Mama Tried 1968 The Land of Many Churches (Live) 2010 A Working Man Can't Get Nowhere Today 1977 Mama Tried / Pride In What I Am (Remastered) 2006 513 Songs Merle Haggard. title (I Don't Have) Anymore Love Songs Lyrics (My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers Lyrics (My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers (Live) Lyrics: 5:01 Blues Gambling Polka Dot Blues Lyrics: Ghost Story Lyrics: Girl Turned Ripe Lyrics: Girl Who Made Me Laugh Lyrics: Go Home Lyrics: Goin' Away Party Lyrics: Going Where The View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 2008 CD release of "Concepts, Live & The Strangers/Hag - The Capitol Recordings 1968-1976" on Discogs.

Lyrics to "Gambling Polka Dot Blues" by MERLE HAGGARD: Thought I was a gambler I broke every shark in town / Until I met a rounder who called all I put down / I put the cards on the table and he drew an ace high hand / He bet his watch and I called it and lost my money like a man / I've got them polka dot blues the

Got the gambling polka dot blues [guitar - dixieland - fiddle] My gal had plenty so I got Twenty then went back and sat down I got a Four but I thought it was more as he dealt the cards around He set the deck on the table and I bet him all I could stand Well I turned over a measly Four he had another Ace-high hand I've got them polka dot blues Haggard puts in assured and often compelling vocal performances on Jimmie Rodgers' early-1930s "T.B. Blues," the Delmore Brothers' mid-'40s "Blues Stay Away From Me," and Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys' "Brain Cloudy Blues," while "Blues For Dixie" is an appealing blend of Dixieland jazz and country.

Lyrics to 'Gambling Polka Dot Blues' by Merle Haggard. Thought I was a gambler I broke every shark in town Until I met a rounder who called all I put down I put the cards on the table and he drew an ace high hand He bet his watch and I called it and lost my money like a man I've got them polka dot blues the polka dot blues

The Roots of My Raising is Merle Haggard's final recording for Capitol. Like its predecessor, My Love Affair With Trains, it features only one of his originals.But it's difficult to say whether Haggard was saving his own songs for his new deal with MCA or had specifics in mind when he made these albums. It was a hell of a way to go out though: The album garnered two number … Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Merle Haggard And The Strangers - The Roots Of My Raising at Discogs. Complete your Merle Haggard And The Strangers collection. Haggard Merle - Gambling Polka Dot Blues (Letras y canción para escuchar) - Thought I was a gambler I broke every shark in town / Until I met a rounder who called all I put down / I put the cards on the table and he drew an ace high One of these mornings I'm sure gonna leave this town
One of these mornings I'm sure gonna leave this town
'Cause a triflin' woman sure keeps a good man down.
Yes, she left me this morning midnight was turning day
She left me this morning midnight was turning day
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