|Title:||Sometimes I Feel Like Leaving Town / My Home In North Dakota|
|Category:||Rock / Folk, Country|
|Other format:||VOX AAC DTS DMF ADX VQF AUD|
Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child" (or simply "Motherless Child") is a traditional Negro spiritual. It dates back to the era of slavery in the United States. An early performance of the song dates back to the 1870s by the Fisk Jubilee Singers. Like many traditional songs, it has many variations and has been recorded widely. The song is an expression of pain and despair as it conveys the hopelessness of a child who has been torn from her or his parents.
Sometimes I feel like. Screaming Close my eyes It's times like this My head goes down And the only thing I know Is the name of this town Is the name of this town. Yet again I'm missing you Won't be long O' coming home Until that distant time I'll be moving on I'll be moving on. Категория. Sometimes I Feel Like Screaming.
Sometimes I Feel Like Lyrics. Angst and madness weave the fabric of his life Tomorrow might be better but right now it feels like.
Sometimes I feel like a motherless child Sometimes I feel like a motherless child Sometimes I feel like a motherless child Long way from my home. Sometimes (Dr. Hirsch). You're leaving You're leaving me now I'm wishing I wish this would hurt But I suffer I can't feel the pain. Sometimes, sometimes I wish I. Motherless Child. Pilgrim Travelers, Lou Rawls. The Soul-Stirring Gospel Sounds of the Pilgrim Travelers.
|A||Sometimes I Feel Like Leaving Town
Written-By – Marvin Rainwater
|B||My Home In North Dakota
Written By – J. Davis, M. Houle