Hank Snow – Ninety Miles An Hour (Down A Dead End Street), I've Been Everywhere. Label: RCA Victor – 447-0728. A. Ninety Miles An Hour (Down A Dead End Street). Written By – Don Robertson (2)Written-By – Hal Blair. B. I've Been Everywhere. Written-By – Geoff Mack.
You belong to someone else and I do too It's just crazy bein' here with you Like a bad motorcycle with the devil in the seat Goin' ninety miles an hour down a dead end street Goin' ninety miles an hour down a dead end street. I didn't want to want you but now I have no choice It's too late to listen to that warning voice All I hear is thunder when two hearts beat Goin' ninety miles an hour down a dead end street Goin' ninety miles an hour down a dead end street
90 Miles An Hour Down A Dead End Street. Featured on The Empty Hearts. More by The Empty Hearts.
small city saturday evening with the aid of hal ketchum there is an Elvis action picture on the marquee sign we've all seen a minimum of thrice surely everyone's broke, Bobby's have been given a dollar positioned a money worth of gas in his pickup truck we are going' ninety miles an hour down a lifeless end highway what's. and problem on his strategies And Lucy's only a baby alongside for the journey have been given a six-%. of beer and a bottle of wine Gotta be undesirable only to have a sturdy time they are gonna howl on the moon, shoot out the easy it fairly is a small city Saturday evening it fairly is a small city.
Tommy Brownlee, 26, got stuck while trying to make his way down a chimney at the Royal Navy Air Station in Yeovilton, Somerset. Pictures showed the pilot looking dazed as he was wheeled away by medics. A Naval officer spent six hours upside-down in a chimney after getting stuck after a drinking challenge. Tommy Brownlee, 26, was taking part in the Chimney Challenge - which involves climbing up one flue, crawling along a roof space, and then going back down another to win free drinks. But the lieutenant got stuck on the way down and was left the wrong way up, forcing firefighters and specialist rescue teams to come out to rescue him at the Royal Navy Air Station in Yeovilton, Somerset
Last House on Dead End Street (also known as The Fun House, At the Hour of Our Death, and The Cuckoo Clocks of Hell) is a 1977 American surrealist exploitation horror film written, produced, and directed by Roger Watkins, under the pseudonym Victor Janos. The plot follows a disgruntled ex-convict (also played by Watkins) who takes revenge on society by kidnapping four acquaintances and filming their murders in an abandoned building.
This is the end Beautiful friend This is the end My only friend The end. Of our elaborate plans, the end Of everything that stands, the end No safety or surprise, the end I'll never look into your eyes again. Can you picture what will be? So limitless and free Desperately in need Of some stranger's hand In a desperate land. Lost in a Roman wilderness of pain And all the children are insane All the children are insane Waiting for the summer rain, yeah. The killer awoke before dawn He put his boots on He took a face from the ancient gallery And he walked on down the hall He went into the room where his sister lived, and then he Paid a visit to his brother, and then he He walked on down the hall, and And he came to a door And he. looked inside "Father?"
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Written-By – Robertson*, Blair*
Written-By – Marty Robbins
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): C-6272
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): C-6273