Woody Guthrie Lyrics

Genre: Folk

Woody Guthrie Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Jesus Christ
2 Talking Hard Work
3 Do Re Mi
4 Pretty Boy Floyd
5 Oregon Trail
6 Get Along Little Doggies
7 Dust Pneumonia Blues
8 Philadelphia Lawyer
9 Railroad Blueses [Speech]
10 Poor Boy
11 Jesse James [Speech]
12 A Case Of VD
13 Greenback Dollar
14 Takin’ It Easy
15 Tom Joad
16 Gypsy Davy
17 Buffalo Skinners
18 Leaving The Dust Bowl [Speech]
19 Waiting At The Gate
20 Walkin’ Down That Railroad Line
21 Talking Sailor
22 Jesse James And His Boys
23 VD Seaman’s Letter
24 Lomax Asks About The Boll Weevil [Speech]
25 Reckless Talk
26 Jarama Valley
27 Introducing An Old Song [Speech]
28 Talking Fishing Blues
29 California Blues
30 Cumberland Gap
31 Chain Around My Leg
32 Talking Merchant Marine (Talking Sailor)
33 Takin’ It From The Rich And Givin’ It To The Poor [Speech]
34 Narrator [Speech]
35 Boll Weevil
36 Song Of The Grand Coulee Dam
37 Hard Ain't It Hard
38 Hard Ain’t It Hard
39 1913 Massacre
40 Jimmie Rodgers [Speech]
41 Red Wine
42 Let’s Sing Some Blues [Speech]
43 Brown Eyes
44 Songs About Outlaws [Speech]
45 Dig A Hole
46 Beaumont Rag
47 Grand Coulee Dam
48 Ludlow Massacre
49 One Dime Blues
50 Worried Man Blues
51 Dust Storm Disaster , Foggy Mountain Top
52 You Souls Of Boston
53 Nine Hundred Miles
54 Bad Lee Brown
55 Billy The Kid And Pretty Boy Floyd [Speech]
56 VD Avenue
57 Alan Asks For Another One [Speech]
58 Washington Talkin’ Blues
59 Mean Talking Blues
60 Git Along Little Dogies
61 Jesse James
62 Breathing In Dust [Speech]
63 Old Judge Thayer
64 About The ”worried Man Blues” [Speech]
65 A Picture From Life's Other Side
66 Migrants Arrive In California [Speech]
67 Intro [Speech]
68 Green Valley Waltz (A.K.A.) Who’s Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Feet
69 The Biggest Thing That Man Has Ever Done (A.K.A. The Great Historical Bum)
70 Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet?
71 The Trail To Mexico
72 John Henry
73 1Wish I’d Stayed In The Wagon Yard
74 Suassos Lane
75 The Origins Of The Song [Speech]
76 Empty Boxcar, My Home
77 Hard Times
78 Jazz In America, No. 116 [Speech]
79 The Troubles And Tragedies That Fractured Woody’s Family In Okemah [Speech]
80 Jackhammer Blues
81 Sowing On The Mountain
82 Los Angeles New Year’s Flood
83 Two Good Men
84 Dust Bowl Refugee
85 I Just Want To Sing Your Name
86 Origins Of The Song, Continued [Speech]
87 V.D. Gunner’s Blues
88 Songs About Hard Times [Speech]
89 Sally, Don’t You Grieve
90 Old Joe Clark
91 Roll On Columbia
92 A Good Horse [Speech]
93 Union Burying Ground
94 Contractors Duping The Desperate [Speech]
95 Jiggy Jiggy Bum
96 The Story Of Mary Fagan [Speech]
97 Brooklyne Towne
98 Bring Back To Me My Blue-Eyed Boy
99 The Girl In The Red, White, And Blue
100 Alan Lomax Asks For A Tune [Speech]
101 New Found Land
102 Stewball
103 Jarama
104 The Dust Storm Of April 14, 1935 [Speech]
105 We Welcome To Heaven
106 Mary Fagan
107 The Old Cracked Looking Glass
108 The End Of The World [Speech]
109 Labor For Victory [Speech]
110 The Gang Of Kids Woody Hung Around With [Speech]
111 Talking Columbia
112 More Pretty Girls Than One
113 Stagger Lee
114 Stepstone
115 Riding The Rails [Speech]
116 Springfield Mountain
117 I Ain’t Got No Home
118 Hard Times In The Durant Jail
119 So Long, It’s Been Good To Know Yuh
120 Farmer-Labor Train
121 Rye Whiskey
122 Roll, Columbia, Roll
123 Lost John
124 Will Rogers Highway
125 Bed On The Floor
126 Going Down The Road
127 Root Hog & Die
128 Hundreds Of Thousands Made Homeless [Speech]
129 VD City
130 Dust Storms Devastate The Farmland [Speech]
131 Jazz In America, No. 93 [Speech]
132 Some Old-Time Square Dance Tunes [Speech]
133 Columbia’s Waters
134 Ezekiel Saw The Wheel
135 The Flood That Took Over 100 Lives [Speech]
136 Seven Cent Cotton
137 I Ain't Got No Home In This World Anymore
138 Dirty Overhauls
139 VD Day
140 Talking Dust Bpw;
141 Whoopy Ti-Yi, Get Along, Mr. Hitler
142 Growing Up In Oklahoma [Speech]
143 Ramblin’ Blues
144 Bury Me Beneath The Willow
145 Vanzetti's Rock
146 Migrants Arriving In California [Speech]
147 Hard Travelin'
148 Interlude [Speech]
149 Hobo's Lullaby
150 Songs About Bankers [Speech]
151 A Child Of VD
152 When The Great Dust Storm Struck [Speech]
153 Ramblin’ Round
154 The Railroad Blues
155 It Takes A Married Man To Sing A Worried Song
156 I Ride An Old Paint
157 Refugees Pouring Into California [Speech]
158 Sinking Of The Rueben James
159 Goin’ Down The Frisco Line
160 Hey, Lolly Lolly
161 The Jolly Banker
162 The Veedee Blues
163 Jailhouse Songs [Speech]
164 End Of My Line
165 Gypsy Davey
166 More Talk Of Growing Up In Okemah [Speech]
167 Introduction [Speech]
168 Billy The Kid
169 California As One Of The 48 States [Speech]
170 A Dollar Down
171 Lonesome Valley
172 Stackolee
173 Another Song About The Depradations Of The Bankers [Speech]
174 Blessed And Curst
175 The Midnight Special
176 Sinking Of The Reuben James
177 Lost Train Blues
178 Pastures Of Plenty

Woody Guthrie Bio

Woodrow Wilson "Woody" Guthrie (July 14, 1912 – October 3, 1967) was an American singer-songwriter and folk musician whose musical legacy includes hundreds of political, traditional and children's songs, ballads and improvised works. He frequently performed with the slogan This Machine Kills Fascists displayed on his guitar. His best-known song is "This Land Is Your Land." Many of his recorded songs are archived in the Library of Congress. Such songwriters as Bob Dylan, Phil Ochs, Bruce Springsteen, John Mellencamp, Pete Seeger, Andy Irvine, Joe Strummer, Billy Bragg, Jay Farrar, Jeff Tweedy, Bob Childers and Tom Paxton have acknowledged Guthrie as a major influence.

Many of his songs are about his experiences in the Dust Bowl era during the Great Depression when Guthrie traveled with migrant workers from Oklahoma to California and learned their traditional folk and blues songs, earning him the nickname the "Dust Bowl Troubadour." Throughout his life Guthrie was associated with United States Communist groups, though he was seemingly not a member of any.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woody_Guthrie