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9 thoughts on “ Papa Aint Gonna Work On The Railroad No More

  1. AIN'T NO MORE CANE ON aint no more cane From: Sandy He had to do just about any kind of work to survive and I recall him talking about songs that the gandy-dancers on the railroad would sing to keep their work in rythm.I think the colored men he worked alongside on those endless rail lines,or in those Texas cottonfields would have found.
  2. Ain’t Gonna Work Tomorrow. Oh I’m gonna leave this country Come here to papa and give me some more. It’s the Diddie Wah Diddie, You’ll never see your gal no more. Well, I’m going sown the railroad track Gonna take my rocking chair If there doggone blues don’t leave my mind.
  3. David Logan ("Papa") Papa is away much of the time, because he has to work on the railroad to make extra money for the family. He works hard to care for his family, even if having to leave for work means he can't protect them. But his example is always an inspiration. Father Knows Best .
  4. The Railroad Lyrics: Up each morning at five o'clock / Seem like the noon-day sun ain't never gonna' stop / The work is hard in a railroad yard / Hey, hey, gotta' make it today to punch a time card.
  5. Nutty Professor II: The Klumps () Eddie Murphy as Sherman Klump, Buddy Love, Granny Klump, Mama Klump, Papa Klump, Young Papa Klump, Ernie Klump, Lance Perkins.
  6. About the work He came to do, We will end this warfare, Down by the river side Aint gonna study war no more Gonna stick my sword in the golden sand; Down By the riverside Aint gonna study war no more Papa Bue's Viking Jazzband Hamburg A Tribute to Finn Otto Hansen.
  7. No one answered him and he said no more. When we reached the crossroads, he looked hopefully at us as if we might relent and say good-bye. But we did not relent and as I glanced back at him standing alone in the middle of the crossing, he looked as if the world itself was slung around his neck.
  8. Railroad Worksong Lyrics: Working on a railroad for a dollar a day / Working on a railroad for a dollar a day / Working on a railroad good buddy for a dollar a day / Got to get my money gotta get.
  9. Workin' on the railroad. [CHORUS] Oh, you know, the railroad is a mighty good line, Come on and ride the railroad, one more time. Oh, you know, the railroad is a mighty good line, Come on and ride the railroad, one more time. Dirt and sweat, runnin' down my back, Workin' on the railroad. Work all day long up and down the railroad tracks.

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