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Five hundred miles hedy west
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28 Dec - 3 min - Uploaded by dancingcat58 If you miss the train I'm on, you'll know I am gone. You can hear the whistle blow a hundred. Hedy West (April 6, – July 3, ) was an American folksinger and songwriter. West belonged to the same generation of folk revivalists as Joan Baez and Judy Collins. Her most famous song " Miles" is one of America's most popular folk. Miles is a song made popular in the United States and Europe during the s folk revival. "It All Depends on Linda". Released, September Format, 7" single · Genre · Country · Easy Listening · Label · RCA Victor · Songwriter(s) · Hedy West. History - Bobby Bare version - Other cover versions - In other languages.
Miles Lyrics: If you miss the train I'm on / You will know that I am gone / You can hear the whistle blow a hundred miles! / A hundred miles / A hundred miles. Verse. If you G miss the train I'm Em on, you will Am know that I am C gone,. you can Am hear the whistle C blow a hundred D miles. D7. A hundred G miles. The song Miles was written by Hedy West and [Traditional] and was first released by The Journeymen in It was adapted from I'm Nine Hundred Miles.
Hedy West Miles lyrics: If you miss the train I'm on / You will know that I am gone / You can he. Hedy West rewrote this song as Five Hundred Miles with a different tune but several overlapping verses, and recorded it in for her. Five Hundred Miles Peter, Paul and Mary. Scritta da Hedy West. Five Hundred Miles You can hear the whistle blow a hundred miles.