8 thoughts on “ Tin Town - Seals & Crofts - I And II (Cassette)

  1. In Tin Town, has-been town. Tin Town, has-been town. A tiny flag upon a mast, where camptown children played in past. A river winding through the trees. Banks eroded, extreme degrees. Once a place to be baptized, when pentecostal need arise. A shank or two with rotted plank. A fish or two, their eyes are blank. In Tin Town, has-been town. Tin.
  2. Seals and Crofts I and II Double LP. Seals and Crofts (Author) Format Purple Hand 4. Robin 5. Hollow Reed Side Two: 1. Gabriel Go On Home 2. Tin Town 3. Today 4. Cotton Mouth 5. Granny Will You Dog Bite 6. Leave Product details. Vinyl; Number My 2 favorite Seals & Crofts, although I also like Year of Sunday and Summer Breeze. Read more /5(12).
  3. The Sound of Seals and Crofts by Eric Salzman (Critic soon after the initial release of "Down Home". (Note: These two albums were later re-released by Warner Brothers as "Seals and Crofts I and II") be careful you hurt your head and wind up dead"). Or the fable of Tin Town, or Cotton Mouth, a low-down song about a snake - a.
  4. Tin Town, a song by Seals and Crofts on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  5. Ridin’ Thumb/Hand-Me-Down Shoe/Purple Hand/Robin/Hollow Reed/Gabriel Go On Home/Tin Town/Today/ Cotton Mouth/Granny Will Your Dog Bite/Leave. Down Home was the follow up album from the American soft-rock duo Seals & Crofts. They would move to Warner with their next release, achieving significant commercial success in the States during the mid.
  6. (lyrics by James Seals; music by James Seals & Dash Crofts, ) From the albums DOWN HOME () and SEALS AND CROFTS I AND II (). Have you been down to Tin Town, where dreams in cans once were drowned.
  7. Lyrics to "Tin Town" by SEALS & CROFTS: Have you been down to Tin Town, where dreams in cans once were drowned. / A snag somewhere in someone's life caught him there, pulled him to strife. / A bottle here, and there are left. Many broken, the air is deaf. / With non-understanding vows, remember tears upon their brow.
  8. Robin Lyrics: From the albums DOWN HOME (), SEALS AND CROFTS I AND II () / THE SEALS & CROFTS COLLECTION () and TODAY (, ) / Everywhere I .

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