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  1. Midal
    Lyrics to Old 45's by Dallas Wayne from the Big Thinkin' album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
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  2. Duzil
    Get all the lyrics to songs by Dallas Wayne and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
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  3. Fer
    Big Thinkin' Lyrics: I think today's gonna be the day, all my luck's gonna turn / I think the boss'll take what I'm worth, and turn it into what I earn / I'm thinkin' if I keep my chin held high.
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  4. Mikagore
    In addition to recording two albums of his own on the HighTone label, Dallas was a part of the honky-tonk supergroup, the TwangBangers. Dallas moved to Austin, Texas in early where he has enjoyed a vibrant country music scene. In Dallas released the CD I'm Your Biggest Fan, marking his debut on the Koch Records Nashville.
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  5. Negar
    Play full-length songs from Big Thinkin' by Dallas Wayne on your phone, computer and home audio system with Napster Album. Big Thinkin' Dallas Wayne. Play on Napster. Album. Big Thinkin' Dallas Wayne. Play on Napster. Released: Sep Old 45's. Play 9. Temptress's Smile. Play Coldwater Tennessee. Play
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  6. Kasida
    Dallas Wayne's songs: Listen to songs by Dallas Wayne on Myspace, His HMG/HighTone release, Big Thinkin', was co-produced by Robbie Fulks, who also contributed acou read more. top albums. similar to. Play All Old 45's. Dallas Wayne. Big Thinkin'
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  7. Goltigor
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Big Thinkin' - Dallas Wayne on AllMusic - - Wayne plays good-natured, low-key honky tonk 6/
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  8. Vudojora
    Old 45's can kill you Like a bullet to the brain Her memory spins 'round and 'round It can drive a man insane When the needle drops, I can't stop The loneliness and pain Old 45's can kill you Like a bullet to the brain It's just a piece of plastic, In a paper sleeve But in each groove Lives me and you And the love that now is history This phonograph, it photographs Our past in each refrain.
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