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8 thoughts on “ If My Mary Were Here - Harry Chapin - On The Road To Kingdom Come (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. The easy, fast & fun way to learn how to sing: svizokagluricocoveswaytsunucuph.coinfo I would not be so stoned If my Mary were here I don't think I'd have phoned you If my Mary were here I'm a sad sack Sir Galahad Who's sword's around his knees With a Grail no longer holy And a prayer that's saying, please I would not be alone If my Mary were here But she took off And Lord I'm lost.
  2. Harry Chapin - probably the best singing story-teller ever to hit the charts - shows his hardest edge with this album. Not much whimsy in the tunes (other albums had a good mix of both) but excellent listening and wonderful story lines (even O. Henry shows up with a twist or two). Along with Living Room Suite, one of Chapin's best in my opinion/5(34).
  3. harry chapin - on the road to kingdom come - elektra lp vinyl album -h. $ details about harry chapin on the road to kingdom come vinyl lp elektra excellent condition. if my mary were here. fall in love with him. caroline. roll down the svizokagluricocoveswaytsunucuph.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  4. On the Road to Kingdom Come is the sixth studio album by the American singer-songwriter Harry Chapin, released in Longer versions of the songs "Corey's Coming" and "If My Mary Were Here" appeared on Chapin's live album Legends of the Lost and Found.
  5. Chapin Harry Best Of Harry Chapin 3 If My Mary Were Here I would not be so stoned If my Mary were here I don't think I'd have phoned you If my Mary were here I'm a sad sack Sir Galahad Who's sword's around his .
  6. The late Harry Chapin was one of the finest storytellers in rock and folk. On "The Road to Kingdom Come," () his sixth studio album, Harry infused a little more pop and rock into his sound compared to his now well established stripped down aesthetic/5(34).
  7. On the Road to Kingdom Come, an Album by Harry Chapin. Released in October on Elektra (catalog no. 7E; Vinyl LP). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Soft Rock.
  8. If my Mary were here I don't think I'd have phoned you If my Mary were here I'm a sad sack Sir Galahad Who's sword's around his knees With a Grail no longer holy And a prayer that's saying - please I would not be alone If my Mary were here But she took off And Lord I'm lost. I don't think I'd be drinking If my Mary were here And I know what I'd.

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