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jullien
01-06-2014, 02:57 PM
A Happy New Year for all our friends around the world!
- I've uploaded a (*rare) country song by Terry Lee Hardesty -
The Legend Of John Wesley Harden,
maybe you can help me with the CORRECT lyrics.
https://www.mediafire.com/?jb16wmdfx3u4uyc
- Thank you for being here!

Gary W
01-22-2014, 06:24 PM
jullien,
I downloaded the song and have been trying to understand what all the words are. It's tough in places.
This is what I can make out for now, although I'm not 100% sure all of them are correct.
I will listen to it again later to see if I can get the words I am missing.

The Legend of John Wesley Hardin – Terry Lee Hardesty

Now you’ve heard all the stories about Frank and Jesse James
We know of William Bonney, Pat Garrett's claim to fame
From Holliday to Cassidy as legends they stood tall
? ? ? from Texas, he was faster then them all

John Wesley Hardin born in 1853
He had to kill his first man at the young age of 14
Then he left Dallas County, an outlaw on the run
And the ones who tried for fame and glory died by Hardin’s gun

Johnny Wesley Hardin rode the fastest horse alive
When you’re runnin’ from the devil there’s only one place you can hide
You’d better sleep with one eye open, keep one hand on your gun
And one hand on the Bible ????

He shot a man for gold, one night in Abilene
And he ???
He let them throw him in the prison ‘til he showed restraint
He ???

Johnny Wesley Hardin rode the fastest horse alive
When you’re runnin’ from the devil there’s only one place you can hide
You’d better sleep with one eye open, keep one hand on your gun
And one hand on the Bible ????

[INSTRUMENTAL BREAK]

Well they pardoned him from prison after 15 years or so
???? game was Texas ? down in El Paso
John ??? the sheriff there in 1895
A coward shot him in the back, took John Wesley’s life

John Wesley Hardin ????????
And for 40 years ??? over 40 men had died
Many young men gave their life to see ???
But the guns of Wesley Hardin were the fastest in the west

jullien
01-22-2014, 07:21 PM
Hello Gary,
THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME !!!!
Though I'm not a native english speaker,
I'll give you some hints FOR the missing words, hints related to the results of the google searches.


From Holiday to Cassidy as legends they stood tall (maybe IN LEGENDS they stood tall ???)
THEY CAME ALL from Texas, he was faster thAn them all

Dallas County, it's in fact,
FANNIN County
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Wesley_Hardin


In the verse:
And one hand on the Bible ???? - cause he’s born as preacher’s son.

He shot a man for SNORING, one night in Abilene
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Wesley_Hardin#The_shooting_of_a_.22snoring.22 _man
And Hickok was the sheriff
--------------------

Well they pardoned him from prison after 15 years or so
THEN WESLEY CAME IN Texas ROLLING???? down in El Paso
John SELMAN was the sheriff there in 1895
http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/john-wesley-hardin-killed-in-texas
BUT THE coward shot him in the back, AND took John Wesley’s life

John Wesley Hardin is the HEIR OF THE RYE ????????
And for 40 years OF LIVIN' over 40 men had died
Many young men gave their life to see WHO WAS THE BEST

- I edited the song in ADOBE AUDITION to make the high frequencies - the consonants - MORE audible than before - and I've uploaded this edited version...
http://www49.zippyshare.com/v/86058094/file.html

and another edited version, 2 steps up, ( 2 semi-tones) - higher voice, and slower speed of rhythm...a little problem with the quality, though
http://www8.zippyshare.com/v/36907142/file.html
I'll get back with another message as soon as I can.
PLEASE HAVE A LOOK on these edited mp3 songs, and NOW, YOU correct my errors, please.
Thank you again!~!!!!

jullien
01-22-2014, 11:15 PM
Terry Lee Hardesty - The Legend of John Wesley Hardin
(the latest version, with fewer ???problems )

Now you’ve heard all the stories about Frank and Jesse James
We know of William Bonney, Pat Garrett's claim to fame
From Holiday to Cassidy in legends they stood tall
They came all from Texas, he was faster than them all

John Wesley Hardin born in 1853
He had to kill his first man at the young age of 14
Then he left Fannin County, an outlaw on the run
And the ones who tried for fame and glory died by Hardin’s gun

Johnny Wesley Hardin rode the fastest horse alive
When you’re runnin’ from the devil there’s only one place you can hide
You’d better sleep with one eye open, keep one hand on your gun
And one hand on the Bible cause he’s born as preacher’s son

He shot a man for snoring, one night in Abilene
And Hickok was the sheriff there-------????
He let them throw him in the prison ‘til he showed restraint
He --------------???

Johnny Wesley Hardin rode the fastest horse alive
When you’re runnin’ from the devil there’s only one place you can hide
You’d better sleep with one eye open, keep one hand on your gun
And one hand on the Bible cause he’s born as preacher’s son.

[INSTRUMENTAL BREAK]

Well they pardoned him from prison after 15 years or so
Then Wesley came in Texas rolling down in El Paso
John Selman was the sheriff there in 1895
But the coward shot him in the back, and took John Wesley’s life

John Wesley Hardin is the heir of the rye????
And for 40 years of livin’ over 40 men had died
Many young men gave their life to see who was the best
But the guns of Wesley Hardin were the fastest in the west

Gary W
01-23-2014, 04:41 PM
I believe this is correct.
I did the same as you, sped it up, slowed it down, got rid of Bass, etc., etc.
My changes are in CAPITAL letters..

I just sent the 4th verse to a friend who is really good at hearing, hard to understand words.
Hopefully she will figure the missing words out.

Terry Lee Hardesty - The Legend of John Wesley Hardin
(the latest version, ALMOST DONE )

Now you’ve heard all the stories about Frank and Jesse James
We know of William Bonney, Pat Garrett's claim to fame
From Holliday to Cassidy in legends they stood tall
FOR they came all from Texas, he was faster than them all

John Wesley Hardin born in 1853
He had to kill his first man at the young age of 14
Then he left Fannin County, an outlaw on the run
And the ones who tried for fame and glory died by Hardin’s gun

Johnny Wesley Hardin GRABBED the fastest horse TO RIDE
When you’re runnin’ from the devil there’s only one place you can hide
You’d better sleep with one eye open, keep one hand on your gun
And one hand on the Bible cause he’s born A preacher’s son

He shot a man for snoring, one night in Abilene
And Hickok was the sheriff AND TOGETHER THEY’D BEEN SEEN
He let them throw him in the prison ‘til he showed restraint
He KNEW WILD BILL WOULD SHOOT HIM FOR THE NOTCH HE WOULD GAIN

Johnny Wesley Hardin GRABBED the fastest horse TO RIDE
When you’re runnin’ from the devil there’s only one place you can hide
BETTER sleep with one eye open, keep one hand on your gun
And one hand on the Bible cause he’s born A preacher’s son.

[INSTRUMENTAL BREAK]

Well they pardoned him from prison after 15 years or so
Then Wesley came WITH Texas LAWYERS down in El Paso
John Selman was the sheriff there in 1895
THE coward shot him in the back, and took John Wesley’s life

John Wesley Hardin IT’S THE END OF THE RIDE
And for 40 years of livin’ over 40 men had died
Many young men gave their life to see who was the best
But the guns of Wesley Hardin were the fastest in the west

jullien
01-23-2014, 06:08 PM
Thank you Gary,
you're great, man!
Bless you!

Pay attention, maybe is so :

He KNEW WILD BILL WOULD SHOOT HIM --------------??? FOR THE DOLLARS HE WOULD GAIN

Gary W
01-23-2014, 06:28 PM
Jullien, Yes! That is what it is. I edited the lyrics.

jullien
01-23-2014, 07:24 PM
THANK YOU GARY:)))))))
I'm very happy.
We're the best!

PS
Aaaaaand, SHOCK!

I have another RARE country ballad love song by Terry Lee Hardesty
'' FIRST TIME I FELL IN LOVE ''
interested?!
:))))))))
...

Gary W
01-23-2014, 08:29 PM
My friend with good hearing got back to me and informed me it is NOTCH, not DOLLARS.
I edited words above.

Sure, put the other song so I can download it and we'll figure that one out too.

jullien
01-23-2014, 09:53 PM
Here it is

http://www2.zippyshare.com/v/13267330/file.html

Gary W
01-24-2014, 01:44 PM
Thanks to my friend Carmen, who has much better hearing than me, here are the lyrics.

Terry Lee Hardesty – The First Time I Fell In Love

I would have sold my soul, just to know she truly loved me
I’d-a took a pen and signed my name in blood
I worshiped each stretch of earth that woman ever walked on
‘Til the bad storm came and turned the ground to mud

Too young to know the dangers that my heart knew nothing of
I flew too high and fell too hard, the first time I fell in love

[Instrumental Break]

I wanted all the love she gave, she solved this mystery
Her gypsy heart tore mine apart, I asked and I received
Her beauty hypnotized me as she cast her magic spell
I gave my all, she let me fall and left me where I fell

Too young to know the dangers that my heart knew nothing of
I flew too high and fell too hard, the first time I fell in love
I flew too high and fell too hard, the first time I fell in love

jullien
01-24-2014, 06:23 PM
a question... maybe it is>

I worshiped each STEP ON? earth that woman ever walked on
?

For this I'm not sure, I doubt.
BUT
FOR THE REST I BET IT'S CORRECT !

Anyway, GARY, I thank you and your mate, thank you for everything !

Now I'm looking in my archive for other unknown country songs to UPLOAD HERE, maybe you'll like, and we'll try to extract the lyrics, too.

(Well, for now I have two reggae rarities, excellent old hits 30 years ago in Europe, from the EiGHTIES (1980 or so) ... their lyrics can not be found on the internet.
Here is one of them, I'm sure you'll like it to hear :

http://www50.zippyshare.com/v/82055800/file.html
It took me 2 days of searching on google to find who sings it.

Gary W
01-24-2014, 06:43 PM
Stretch of earth is correct. In this context it means everyplace she has been.

jullien
01-24-2014, 07:02 PM
And so I'll take it !!!
THANKS !!!!

jullien
01-27-2014, 10:24 AM
I've found a rarity song -
Mikael RICKFORS - I've been loving you too long,
on DEEZER, a site where you can listen music on audio stream, without the possibility to download...
- Then I've found on the torrents a nice program that converts the audio streams, by recording all the sounds that pass through your PC audio system (mainboard-PC sound board) and then converts the sound - while you're listening - into MP3 - at a good fidelity - 256kbps.

- The program is named AUDIALS ONE v.10,
I've uploaded here:
http://www48.zippyshare.com/v/62902689/file.html
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- The ''BONUS'' song is the same with OTIS REDDING's, and it doesn't sound as a blues, but as a rock-ballad.
I've uploaded the song here:
http://www1.zippyshare.com/v/30127286/file.html
(no need for the lyrics, they can be found on the web)

Thank you for your time!

jullien
02-13-2014, 05:58 PM
I've uploaded a RARE romantic love song, in english,
released in 1980, Holland

DEBBIE & ANDRES - LOVIN' ON
(they stoled the melody from Mozart..., but it's nice...)

Please, maybe you can help me with the lyrics...
DOWNLOAD LINK:
http://www15.zippyshare.com/v/620995/file.html

Photo CD Refference:
http://www.cd-music-sellers.com/index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage=shop.flypage&product_id=1276&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=29&vmcchk=1&Itemid=29

Thank you!