Darren Raye Fonzseau - Investigative Journalist/Muck Rucker - You VIOLATED my #Human #Laborers & #Patietns RIGHTS, I'm Asking For 5 Million In #PUNITIVEDAMAGES. THIS IS MY OFFICIAL LEGAL DEMAND of the US and Washing State Governments. COST SHIFTING INJURED WORKERS? HARMS OUR MENTAL HEALTH.
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You VIOLATED my #Human #Laborers & #Patietns RIGHTS, I'm Asking For 5 Million In #PUNITIVEDAMAGES. THIS IS MY OFFICIAL LEGAL DEMAND of the US and Washing State Governments. COST SHIFTING INJURED WORKERS? HARMS OUR MENTAL HEALTH.
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"Branded Man" is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Merle Haggard and The Strangers. It was released in July 1967 as the second single and title track from the album Branded Man. The song was Haggard and The Strangers second number one on the country charts. The single stayed at number one for a single week and spent 15 weeks on the chart.[1]
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"The Thunder Rolls" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Garth Brooks. It was released in April 1991 as the fourth and final single from his album No Fences. The song became his sixth number one on the country chart.[2] Co-writer Pat Alger plays acoustic guitar on the track. The song was first recorded by Tanya Tucker, but it was shelved until 1995 when it appeared on her self-titled box set. Her version includes a fourth verse alluding to infidelity and husband murder.[3] The shorter version of the song was covered by heavy metal band All That Remains on their 2017 album Madness.
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The Beat Goes On & Karaoke Halloween FUN.
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I Got You, Babe
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To Get Here!
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A cover, of the song "Tennessee Whiskey" is a country song written by Dean Dillon and Linda Hargrove. It was originally recorded by American country music artist David Allan Coe for his album of the same name Tennessee Whiskey, whose version peaked at number 77 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in 1981.[1] George Jones' 1983 version of the song was included on his album Shine On, and reached number 2 on the Hot Country Singles chart. The song has been covered by several artists, including Chris Stapleton, whose breakout performance of the song at the Country Music Association (CMA) Awards with Justin Timberlake propelled the song to a greater level of popularity. Stapleton's version of the song has been certified 6× Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
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You Just Don't Hear Me
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Remaining SILENT In A No Man's Land! Instrumental Keyboard
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The GOLDEN RULE & Social Security Prose Lawyers Rule Of Law
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"Peace Train" is a 1971 song by Cat Stevens, taken from his album Teaser and the Firecat. The song climbed to No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart during the week of November 6, 1971, becoming Stevens' first US Top 10 hit.[2] The song also spent three weeks at No. 1 on the adult contemporary chart.[3] It is also featured on The Very Best of Cat Stevens compilation album. He re-recorded the song for War Child in 2003. In a 1970s concert he introduced the song with the revelation that he wrote the song whilst on a train, and was thinking about Alfred Hitchcock, no doubt reflecting the fact that many of Alfred Hitchcock's film plots were set on trains. Cat Stevens later converted to Islam, changed his name to Yusuf Islam, and reduced his public appearances, but during the Iraq War he commented on the song's renewed relevance, saying: "'Peace Train' is a song I wrote, the message of which continues to breeze thunderously through the hearts of millions. There is a powerful need for people to feel that gust of hope rise up again. As a member of humanity and as a Muslim, this is my contribution to the call for a peaceful solution."[4] Yusuf Islam performed the song live at the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize Concert ceremony when Muhammad Yunus of Bangladesh received the award.[5] The interlude during the song where the background singers chant "Kumbayaba" was removed for this version. He also performed the song as part of a comedic skit at Jon Stewart's Rally to Restore Sanity, and at the New Zealand national remembrance service for the Christchurch mosque shootings, held at Hagley Park on 29 March 2019.[6] Teaming up with Playing for Change, in 2021 Yusuf / Cat Stevens recorded a new version of Peace Train with over 25 musicians from 12 countries.[7]
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THIS IS WHY I SING and CRY. Investigation Team Finds #Social #Security Mistakes Force Retirees To Refund NO-FAULT #Overpayments!
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"Highway Patrolman" is a song written and recorded by Bruce Springsteen and was first released as the fifth track on his 1982 album Nebraska. The song tells the story of Joe Roberts, the highway patrolman of the title from whose viewpoint the song is written – and his brother, Franky, and is set in the 1960s. Franky is portrayed as unruly and frequently causing and encountering trouble, while Joe is the more mature, sensible (and likely elder) brother who always comes to his aid. In 1965, Franky joins the United States Army (and presumably is sent to Vietnam, though this is not made explicit), while Joe takes a farm deferment and marries a girl called Maria (who, it is implied, had attracted the attentions of both brothers). Within three years however, falling wheat prices cause Joe to leave the farm and take a job as a highway patrolman. Meanwhile, in 1968, Franky leaves the army and returns home. One night, Joe receives a call and visits a bar where a boy has been attacked and appears to be in a serious condition ("on the floor looking bad, bleeding hard from his head"), with a witness ("a girl crying at a table") identifying his attacker as Franky, who has fled. Joe chases Franky through rural Michigan until they reach - and Franky crosses - the Canada–US border, the implication being that Joe has allowed him to escape; as the lyrics suggest, "when it's your brother, sometimes you look the other way" and "I pulled over the side of the highway and watched his tail lights disappear." Like the rest of the album, the song was recorded on Springsteen's four-track cassette recorder with the intention of it being performed for the album with his full band; however, it was felt that the demo version of the song was superior to the eventual 'band cut' and was released on the album in its original form. It features the same stark, bleak atmosphere as the other songs on the album, and it consists of only vocals, very quiet harmonica and acoustic guitar. Springsteen featured the song only once on the "American Land" leg of his critically acclaimed tour with the Seeger Sessions band, and the version is featured on the 2007 release Bruce Springsteen with The Sessions Band: Live in Dublin. This version was praised by Rolling Stone critic Andy Greene as the "fantastic, maybe definitive" version of the song. "Highway Patrolman" (originally by Bruce Springsteen) My name is Joe Roberts, I work for the state I'm a sergeant out on Perenville barracks number 8 I've always done an honest job, honest as I could Got a brother named Frankie, Frankie ain't no good Ever since we were young kids, it's been the same come down I'd get a call on the short wave, Frankie's in trouble downtown Well, if it was any other man, I'd put him straight away But sometimes when it's your brother, you look the other way Yeah, me and Frankie laughin' and drinkin', nothin' feels better than blood on blood Takin' turns dancin' with Maria while the band played "The Night of the Johnstown Flood" I catch him when he's strayin', like any brother should Man turns his back on his family, he ain't no good Well, Frankie went into the army back in 1965 I got a farm deferment, settled down, took Maria for my wife But them wheat prices kept on droppin', 'til it was like we's gettin' robbed Frankie came home in '68, and me, I took this job Yeah, me and Frankie laughin' and drinkin', nothin' feels better than blood on blood Takin' turns dancin' with Maria while the band played "The Night of the Johnstown Flood" I catch him when he's strayin', teach him how to walk that line Man turns his back on his family ain't no friend of mine The night was like any other, I got a call 'bout a quarter to nine There was trouble at a roadhouse out on the Michigan line There was a kid on the floor, lookin' bad, bleedin' hard from his head There was a girl cryin' at a table, it was Frankie, she said I ran out and I jumped in my car, then I hit the lights I must have done about a hundred and ten to Michigan County that night It was down by the crossroads, out by willow bank Seen the Buick with Ohio plates, behind the wheel was Frank Well, I chased him through them county roads, 'til the sign said Canadian border five miles from here Pulled over to the side out the highway, watched the taillights disappear Yeah, me and Frankie laughin' and drinkin', nothin' feels better than blood on blood Takin' turns dancin' with Maria while the band played "The Night of the Johnstown Flood" I catch him when he's strayin', like any brother should Man turns his back on his family, he ain't no good
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Law enforcement officers want easier access to workers' compensation for #PTSD. WHY I SING.
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Police & Worker's Comp Stress with Police Officer (Ret.) Cristina Coria. WHY I SING.
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Social Security Sent The FBI To My Home Again, WTF? This is why I SING OUT LOUD
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"Harper Valley P.T.A." is a country song written by Tom T. Hall which in 1968 became a major international hit single for country singer Jeannie C. Riley. Riley's record, her debut, sold over six million copies as a single, and it made her the first woman to top both the Billboard Hot 100 and the U.S. Hot Country Singles charts with the same song (but not at the same time), a feat that would not be repeated until Dolly Parton's "9 to 5" 13 years later in 1981. It was also Riley's only Top 40 pop hit.
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"Streets of Bakersfield" is a 1973 song written by Homer Joy and popularized by Buck Owens. In 1988, Owens recorded a duet version with country singer Dwight Yoakam, which became one of Yoakam's first No. 1 Hot Country Singles hits. The song, which was written by songwriter Homer Joy, was first recorded by Buck Owens in 1972 with little success.[1] Dwight Yoakam persuaded Buck Owens to join him on a re-make of his 1972 song. After the duo performed it on a CBS television show, they recorded and released the song, which reached No. 1 in Billboard magazine’s Hot Country Singles. It was the first time since 1972 that Buck Owens had a No. 1 hit.[2] The duet version has a strong influence of local Mexican culture, including the use of a Mexican-style accordion. Accordionist Flaco Jiménez recorded the bouncy accordion accompaniment to the song, which can resemble a Mexican polka. It belongs to a sub-genre of country music known as Bakersfield sound.[3][4][5][6]
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"Sixteen Tons" is a song written by Merle Travis about a coal miner, based on life in mines in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky.[1] Travis first recorded the song at the Radio Recorders Studio B in Hollywood, California, on August 8, 1946. Cliffie Stone played bass on the recording.[2] It was first released in July 1947 by Capitol on Travis's album Folk Songs of the Hills.[3] The song became a gold record. The line "You load sixteen tons and what do you get? Another day older and deeper in debt" came from a letter written by Travis's brother John.[1] Another line came from their father, a coal miner, who would say: "I can't afford to die. I owe my soul to the company store."[4] A 1955 version recorded by Tennessee Ernie Ford reached number one in the Billboard charts,[5] while another version, by Frankie Laine in 1956, was released only in Western Europe, where it gave Ford's version competition. On March 25, 2015, Ford's version of the song was inducted into the Library of Congress's National Recording Registry.[6]
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Injured woman secretly videotaped by insurer, then wrongly accused of fraud. Sometimes BLOWING the WHISTLE is some one SINGING THEIR SONG. These are the soles I sing for.
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Let Your LIGHT SHINE
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Music Therapy and Mental Health | Lucia Clohessy | TEDxWCMephamHigh
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Injured Workers, Blow The #Whistle, On Being STALKED! It's Harmful To Our Mental Health.
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The song "I'm a Lonesome Fugitive" brought Haggard country stardom. Although it sounds autobiographical (Haggard had done time at San Quentin), David Cantwell states in his book The Running Kind that it was actually written by Liz Anderson and her husband Casey while driving cross country and was inspired by the popular television show The Fugitive starring David Jansen as Richard Kimble. Haggard felt a connection to the song immediately and when it was released it became his first number one country hit. When Anderson played the song for Haggard, she was unaware about his prison stretch. "I guess I didn't realize how much the experience at San Quentin did to him, 'cause he never talked about it all that much," Bonnie Owens, Haggard's backup singer, and then-wife, is quoted in the liner notes to the 1994 retrospective, Down Every Road. "I could tell he was in a dark mood...and I said, 'Is everything okay?' And he said, 'I'm really scared.' And I said, 'Why?' And he said, 'Cause I'm afraid someday I'm gonna be out there...and there's gonna be some convict...some prisoner that was in there the same time I was in, stand up—and they're gonna be about the third row down—and say, 'What do you think you're doing, 45200?'"[1] Haggard would address the issue on his next album, Branded Man. In 1996, I'm a Lonesome Fugitive was reissued by BGO Records along with Mama Tried.[2]
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"Running Kind" is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Merle Haggard and The Strangers. It was released in January 1978 as the second and final single from the album, A Working Man Can't Get Nowhere Today.
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Folsom Prison Blues
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Workers Comp And HMO Insurance Misery
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Carpal Tunnel
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The One on the Right
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Music and Society: 3.1 Music and politics: An introduction
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Music of the Movement: Protest Music Has Long Been a Messenger of Resistance | NBCLX
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Gideon's Trumpet (Shawshank Redemption Style) Gideon and his TRUMPET got us PDs.
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Odetta - This Little Light Of Mine (best version) TRUTH.
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Music, Politics, Symphonic Trust, & Workers Comp!
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Rhythm in a box: The story of the Cajon drum - Paul Jennings HISTORY
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No Money, No #Lawyer, No #Justice! The vast, hidden #inequities of the #civil #legal system.
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The War On Workers Comp, In These Times
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The Campaign To Destroy Workers Rights. WOW.
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State Work Comp PENSIONS & SSDI Offsets Are Violating Our #HUMAN #RIGHTS! #InjuredWorkers
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I Don't Care Anymore Cover
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It Ain't Over Yet Cover
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The Exodus Song Instrumental
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Everett, Washington
Spying On Injured Workers Often Adds To Their Pain A Honolulu Civil Beat Special Report
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LNI Civil Rights Unit RESPONDS TO MY AGEISM COMPLAINT
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Fire And Rain Cover
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Honolulu Civil Beat Special Report Whose Side Is This Workers Comp Doctor On? YIKES
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ProPublica REPORT INSULT TO INJURY All of This Because Somebody Got Hurt at Work
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11 Action Steps Injured Workers Need Law Makers To Make Into Law NOW.
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The Critical Need to Reform Workers' Compensation.
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Ageism And The Discrimination Of Injured Workers.
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Even The Wolves Like To "Get Freaky" Electronic Dance. Instrumental.
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COMPROMISE & Statistics Tell Our Story American Families United
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DePaolo's World Workers Comp Baseball And The VOCAL Injured Workers/ #Whistleblowers
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Injured Workers/Patients Call Out WA State Sen. Marko Liias & Sen. Sanders! #DemandBetter
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Democrats INTENTLY Fail 400 Injured Farm Workers In WA State! #DemandBetter
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My Complaint To The #Washington State #Employee #Whistleblower Program RE HMO Conflicts Of Interest
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US Nonpartisan Congressional Research Service Workers Compensation ISSUES 2020.
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Sen Karen Keiser How Is Calling The Cops On Injured Workers HELPING? It HURTS, YA KNOW?
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US SEN Cantwell Called SWAT On Me, ,But Still NO FED OVERSGIHT WTF?????
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HEALING & My Current Mental HEALTH Record & Why I Cry And SING. Song, Dance, & Political ROMANCE.
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No #Call4Congress I am not #UNHINGED I AM AN #Injured #Worker Seeking Help With OUR FED ISSUE!
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Hospitals To Nurses Your Back Is Not Our Problem. THE SAD SONG is at the end.
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JUSTICE Gutierrezs Workers Comp Opinion. WE LEARN FROM THE JUDGES.
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Berniecrats Turn Out To Be Republicans In Sheep's Clothing WTF?
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Injured Worker Asks Law Makers FOR HELP & This Was Their Response Back, HOW SAD
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Are Injured Workers Stalked By The State Patrol? YES they are. Why I CRY and SING
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Killed 4 a Tweet the Don Dunphy story. Do our governments send men with guns and badges to kill our injured workers? Rather than honoring our HUMAN RIGHTS to start with:? THIS IS WHY I SING and CRY so HARD. I think WA state in the USA sent men with guns to harm me too. SAD
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What Good Are Workers Compensation PRESUMPTIONS If Your Delayed, Denied, & Defended Out Of Them? ITs a SAD SONG INDEED.
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Seven Spanish Angels Cover
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Everett, Washington
Highwayman Cover
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Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In) cover
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Is The State Patrol Used Too Intimidate Injured Workers?
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Johnny Ain't No Good! Just having fun with my first green screen. How fun.
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Everett, Washington
The Dance Cover
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Folsom Prison Blues Cover
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Send In The Clowns Instrumental PSR SX600 Yamaha
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Tears In Heaven Cover Performed by Darren Fonzseau
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For What It's Worth 2020. "For What It's Worth (Stop, Hey What's That Sound)" (often referred to as simply "For What It's Worth") is a song written by Stephen Stills. Performed by Buffalo Springfield, it was recorded on December 5, 1966, released as a single on Atco Records on December 23, 1966, and peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the spring of 1967
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Work Comp Demolition Blues. A simple song for folks to learn about the 3 R's, 3D's, and 3S's in workers comp insurance claims. Delay Deny & Defend, Starve Stall & Settle. Versus Repair Retrain & or Retire. You can learn more about the Demolition Of Workers Comp here. https://www.propublica.org/article/the-demolition-of-workers-compensation
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Cover of the song, "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town" is a song written by Mel Tillis about a paralyzed veteran who lies helplessly as his wife "paints [herself] up" to go out for the evening without him; he believes she is going in search of a lover. As he hears the door slam behind her, he claims that he would murder her if he could move to get his gun, and pleads for her to reconsider. A line in the song about a "crazy Asian war" and the time of the song's release led to the assumption the song was about a veteran of the Vietnam War—though this was never stated in the lyrics—although Tillis stated that the song was about a veteran of World War II.[3] "Ruby" was first recorded by Waylon Jennings in 1966. Johnny Darrell reached number nine on the country charts with the song in 1967,[1] and Kenny Rogers and The First Edition released it in 1969.
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"Tennessee Whiskey" is a country song written by Dean Dillon and Linda Hargrove. It was originally recorded by American country music artist David Allan Coe for his album of the same name Tennessee Whiskey, whose version peaked at number 77 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in 1981.[1] George Jones' 1983 version of the song was included on his album Shine On, and reached number 2 on the Hot Country Singles chart. The song has been covered by several artists, including Chris Stapleton, whose breakout performance of the song at the Country Music Association (CMA) Awards with Justin Timberlake propelled the song to a greater level of popularity. Stapleton's version of the song has been certified 6× Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
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"The Gambler". It's a song written by Don Schlitz and recorded by several artists, most famously by American country music singer Kenny Rogers. Don Schlitz wrote this song in August 1976 when he was 23 years old.
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"Luckenbach, Texas (Back to the Basics of Love)" is a song recorded by American country music artist Waylon Jennings. It was released in April 1977 as the first single from the album Ol' Waylon. It was written by Chips Moman and Bobby Emmons.
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Landslide Cover
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THIS IS WHY I SING. Former Fire Fighter BURNS Injured Workers Federal #Human #Rights Issue For The State Cash Cow.
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Everett, Washington
Cover of the song "Games People Play" is a song written, composed, and performed by American singer-songwriter Joe South, released in August 1968,
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Darren Raye Fonzseau - Vocals
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Take This Job And Shove It. "Take This Job and Shove It" is a 1977 country music song written by David Allan Coe and popularized by Johnny Paycheck, about the bitterness of a man who has worked long and hard with no apparent reward. The song was first recorded by Paycheck on his album also titled Take This Job and Shove It. The recording hit number one on the country charts for two weeks, spending 18 weeks on the charts
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Darren Raye Fonzseau - Vocals
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Everett, Washington
Mammas Dont Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys
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Darren Raye Fonzseau - Vocals
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Everett, Washington
Bad, Bad Leroy Brown A cover song, on my Yamaha PSR SX600 keyboard of "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" is a song written by American folk rock singer Jim Croce. Released as part of his 1973 album Life and Times, the song was a Number One pop hit for him, spending two weeks at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 in July 1973.
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Darren Raye Fonzseau - Keyboards/piano/vocals
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Everett, Washington
Rollin' in My Sweet Baby's Arms
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Darren Raye Fonzseau - Vocals
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Everett, Washington
She Believes In Me. Cover of the song She Believes In Me was written by Steve Gibb and was first recorded by Kenny Rogers in 1978.
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Darren Raye Fonzseau - Vocals
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Everett, Washington
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Instruments Piano
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