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Love Dont Have A Guarantee - Moon Mullican - Ill Sail My Ship Alone/Mister Honky Tonk Man (CD)

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  1. the love we shared is now a memory. i had built a ship of dreams and planned them all for you, and now, i guess, what is to be will be. i`ll sail my ship alone with all the dreams i own, drifting out across the ocean blue. i`ll sail my ship alone, though all the sails you`ve torn, and when it starts to sink then i`ll .
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  3. The song I'll Sail My Ship Alone was written by Henry Glover, Moon Mullican, Henry Thurston and Syd Nathan and was first recorded and released by Moon Mullican in It was covered by Jools Holland & his Rhthym & Blues Orchestra, Tom Jones, Ray Price, Skeets McDonald, Red Sovine and other artists.
  4. Moon Mullican died while still in his fifties, and his last recordings from show him still possessed by the same swing and boogie bug that infected his earliest sides, from the mid-'30s. A fine link between the original honky tonk style of the '30s and rock & roll of the '50s, Mullican recorded or released three LPs of material during his last year (he died January 1, ) and two of the 7/
  5. "I'll Sail My Ship Alone" is a song written by Moon Mullican (sometimes credited as "Morry Burns"), Henry Bernard (sometimes credited as "Henry Glover"), Lois Mann (sometimes credited as "Sydney Nathan") and Henry Thurston, and popularized by Moon Mullican.
  6. The [A7] love we shared is now a memo-[D] ry I had built a ship of dreams And planned them all for [G] you And [A7] now I guess what is to be will [D] be. CHORUS [D] I'll sail my ship alone With [A7] all the dreams I own Drifting out across the ocean [D] blue I'll sail my ship alone Tho' [A7] all the sails, you've torn And when it starts to.
  7. Both of these albums feature re-recordings of Mullican's 'Columbus Stockade Blues', 'I'll Sail My Ship Alone', 'You Don't Have to Be a Baby to Cry', 'Old Pipeliner' and standards like 'Sweet Georgia Brown', but many of the songs are new material like 'Mr. Honky Tonk Man'. 'Man in the Moon' and the seriously rockin' 'I'm on My Way Home' Both Buddy Holly and Jerry Lee Lewis sighted Moon Mullican as a /5(5).
  8. As "I'll Sail My Ship Alone" was a #1 on Billboard's C&W charts (Moon Mullican's only #1 hit), it apparently belonged to the first records that King reissued on 45rpm in (though it was not among the first 45s in March ). Anyway the maroon labels were the original ones and have .

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