And I'll meet you further on up the road. Я встречу тебя дальше по дороге. Further on up the road. Дальше по дороге, Further on up the road. Дальше по дороге, Where the way dark and the night is cold. And I'll meet you further on up the road. И я встречу тебя дальше по дороге. Now I've been out in the desert, just doin' my time.
Redirected from Further Up the Road). Farther Up the Road" or "Further On up the Road" is a blues song first recorded in 1957 by Bobby "Blue" Bland. It is an early influential Texas shuffle and features guitar playing that represents the transition from the 1940s blues style to the 1960s blues-rock style. The song became Bland's first record chart success and one of his best-known tunes.
Where the road is dark and the seed is sowed Where the gun is cocked and the bullet's cold Where the miles are marked in the blood and gold I'll meet you further on up the road. Got on my dead man's suit and my smilin' skull ring My lucky graveyard boots and a song to sing I got a song to sing, it keeps me out of the cold And I'll meet you further on up the road. Further on up the road Further on up the road Where the way is dark and the night is cold One sunny mornin' we'll rise I know And I'll meet you further on up the road.
Further Up The Road Johnny Copeland. Further Up The Road Robin Trower. further on up the road Blackburn. Further On Up the Road Tater the Music Maker. Further up the Road Gaetano Pellino feat.
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|1||Further On Up The Road|
|2||That's All Right|
|3||Cut Off My Right Arm|
|5||Wella Wella Baby|
|6||Love Her With A Feeling|
|7||Look On Yonder Wall|
|8||Ain't Nobody's Business|
|9||Nobody But You|
|10||Learnes My Lesson|
|CD BT-1139||Johnny Copeland||Live In Australia (CD, Album)||Black Top Records||CD BT-1139||US||1997|