Album: I Love Him, Buttermilk Hill. Truly Smith - I Love Him, Buttermilk Hill MP3 version. 1417 downloads at 32 mb/s.
British singer Truly Smith’s I want to go back there again has become a firm favourite of fans of the Brit girl genre, though she remains a mystery to many. The quality of her vocals and her choice of material should have made the Warrington lass a star in the UK – and despite TV and live promotion, an attempt to launch the singer across the rest of Europe also stalled. Perhaps because Truly sounded more comfortable performing ballads, the Les Reed and Barry Mason-penned I love him was picked for the follow up and issued in June 1966 (though the flip, Buttermilk Hill, a version of a song from the Broadway musical Wait a minim!, proved the more interesting side). Despite the disc’s lack of success, another dramatic ballad, You are the love of my life, originally an Italian tune, was released as Truly’s final UK 45 of the year, with the so-so The merry-go-round is slowing you down on the reverse.
Here I sit on Buttermilk Hill Who could blame me cry my fill, Every tear would turn a mill, Johnny's gone for a soldier. Oh my baby, oh my love, Gone the rainbow, gone the dove, Your father was my only love, Johnny's gone for a soldier. Me, oh my, I loved him so, It broke my heart to see him go, And only time will heal my woe, Johnny's gone for a soldier.
Buttermilk Hill Lyrics: Here I sit on Buttermilk hill, Who can play me, cry my fill, And every tear could turn a mill, Johnny is gone for a soldier, I sold my rock, I sold my reel, I even sold m. Behold my, I loved him so Broke my heart to see him go And only time can heal my wound Johnny is gone for a soldier. Here I sit on Buttermilk hill Who can play me, cry my fill And every tear could turn a mill Johnny is gone for a soldier. Buttermilk Hill" Track Info.
I sang with Truly Smith in my own Dutch TV show for the AVRO TV in the Netherlands. I also was with her in Knokke Belgium, when she won the Knokke Song Festival with Eden Kane, Engelbert Humperdinck, etc. Our Dutch came in second, we had a wonderful week in Knokke, Belgium with Marcel Stellman. Below again is "I love him" from 1966. It is on the other side of "Buttermilk Hill". Again, this track was produced by Noel Walker.
Here I sit on Buttermilk Hill Who can blame me, cryin' my fill And ev'ry tear would turn a mill, Johnny has gone for a soldier. Me, oh my, I loved him so, Broke my heart to see him go, And only time will heal my woe, Johnny has gone for a soldier. I'll dye my dress, I'll dye it red, And through the streets I'll beg for bread, For the lad that I love from me has fled, Johnny has gone for a soldier
Weavers Buttermilk Hill lyrics & video : Here I sit on Buttermilk hill Who can play me, cry my fill And every tear and turn of milk Johnny is gone for a soldier I sold my rock . Here I sit on Buttermilk hill Who can play me, cry my fill And every tear and turn of milk Johnny is gone for a soldier. Correct these lyrics. Hottest Lyrics with Videos. Songwriter(s): Traditional, Ronnie Gilbert Publisher(s): Figs.
Buttermilk Hill book. I love Ruth White's reminiscent voice and her loving depiction of small town Southern life. She has a talent for drawing the reader into quiet characters of great strength. I really grew to love Piper Berry in this book and admired her ability to accept the changes thrust upon her by her parent's divorce. A touching and thoughtful book.
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