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50 Miles Of Elbow Room - Don & Earl* - Old Time Religion (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. With fifty miles of elbow room, On either side to spare. When the gates swing wide on the other side, Just beyond the sunset sea. There'll be room to spare as we enter there. There'll be room for you and room for me. For the gates are wide on the other side, Where the fairest flowers bloom. On the right hand and on the left hand, Fifty miles of.
  2. Aug 31,  · Video footage from in Kentucky. Bert Garvin - Banjo Harry Gullet - Guitar and Vocals David Gray - Bass Jack Gray - Mandolin and Vocals.
  3. Jan 01,  · Check out 50 Miles of Elbow Room by The Trail Band on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on tingmonthbeawacermoumeperveeparela.coinfo
  4. Elbow Room Lyrics: One thing you will discover / When you get next to one another / Is everybody needs some elbow room, elbow room / It's nice when you're kinda cozy, but / Not when you're tangled.
  5. Cast of Thousands is the second album by British alternative rock band Elbow, released on 18 August in the UK and on 27 January in the US by V2 Records. The album title refers to the song "Grace Under Pressure", whose refrain was recorded live at the Glastonbury Festival in , as sung by the audience during the band's set/5().
  6. Fifty miles of elbow room. Sometimes I'm cramped and I'm crowded here And I long for elbow room Now I long to reach for altitude Where the fairest flowers bloom. It won't be long before I pass Into that city fair With fifty miles of elbow room On either side to spare. Oh, when the gates swing wide on the other side Just beyond the sunset sea.
  7. 50 Miles of Elbow Room. 1K likes. 50 Miles of Elbow Room is currently a record label, mailorder website, and occasional concert producer, focused mainly on blues, gospel, free jazz, old-time, and.
  8. Twelve hundred miles its length and breadth The four square city stands It’s gem set walls of jasper shine Not made by human hands One hundred miles its gates are wide Abundance entrance there With fifty miles of elbow room On either side to spare When the gates swing wide on the other side Just beyond the sunset sea.

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