Geraldine Stevens - Billy, I've Got To Go To Town album
Answer to the song "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town".
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An answer song to "Ruby," entitled "Billy, I've Got to Go to Town," was released in 1969 by Geraldine Stevens, who had previously recorded successfully under the name Dodie Stevens. It reached number 83 in Canada. In Stevens's song, Ruby affirms her love for her disabled husband, who is named "Billy" in her song whereas in "Ruby," he is not named. In 1972, Bobby Womack released the album Understanding, which included the song "Ruby Dean. The lyrics and melody are similar to "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town" but the story is told from the perspective of Ruby's son. The son urges his mother to respect his father and to stop seeing other men. In the original song, no children between the couple are ever mentioned.
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I've got to go (BrEng). Jul 12, 2007 formulation is a bit old-fashioned, but it is certainly not wrong M. mplsray. Minneapolis, Minnesota USA. English, USA.
2013 saw Stevens writing and recording with Sebastian Bach, touring internationally with Billy Idol and Kings of Chaos, as well as the release of a signature amplifier with Tone Merchants and a signature guitar with Knaggs Guitars. In 2014, Stevens released new music with Billy Idol, with extensive international touring which will follow in to 2015 and 2016. Knaggs Guitars also released the second Steve Stevens signature model guitar (SSII) in January 2015.
Yeah, I'm gonna take my horse to the old town road I'm gonna ride 'til I can't no more I'm gonna take my horse to the old town road I'm gonna ride 'til I can't no more (Kio, Kio). For one, they feel like music is not a realistic future for anybody. I was living with my sister, and she was ready for me to go, basically.
Josh Thompson, Jody Stevens, Brandon Kinney). One horse town restless soul Wonderin’ where the river and the freight trains go Two-lane road hometown roots We’re never gonna hold back my goodbye boots. Just waitin’ on ready or not You know the first chance I got, I got.
I've been invited to a wedding 14 February. 5. Hurry up ! We've got to go five minutes. 6. I'm busy just now but I'll be with you a moment. 7. Jenny's brother is an engineer but he's out of work the moment. The telephone and the doorbell rang the same time. 18. Mary and Henry always go out for a meal their wedding anniversary. 19. Henry is 63. He'll be retiring from his job two years' time.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Billy, I've Got To Go To Town
Written-By – Mel Tillis, Vic Dana
|B||It's Not Their Heartache, It's Mine
Written-By – Vic Dana
- Published By – Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc.
- Published By – Huntly Music
- Producer – Bob Reisdorff, Vic Dana
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BMI
- Label Code (A-side): WP-689
- Label Code (B-side): WP-690
|77927||Geraldine Stevens||Billy, I've Got To Go To Town (7", Single, Styrene)||World Pacific Records||77927||US||1969|
|77927||Geraldine Stevens||Billy, I've Got To Go To Town (7", Single, Promo, Styrene)||World Pacific Records||77927||US||1969|
|LYK-3246||Geraldine Stevens||Billy, I've Got To Go To Town (7", Single)||Liberty||LYK-3246||New Zealand||1969|
|W. 77927||Geraldine Stevens||Billy, I've Got To Go To Town (7", Single)||World Pacific Records||W. 77927||Canada||1969|
|LYK-3246||Geraldine Stevens||Billy, I've Got To Go To Town (7", Single)||Liberty||LYK-3246||Australia||1969|