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Updated: September 11, pm. Do you recognize the title of this article? Country western artist Dierks Bentley wrote the song and lyrics.
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God gave me the will to survive, a good strong back and a mind And all the tough stuff it takes to fill a man's shoes Then God put this heart in me for you It pushes the blood through my veins To swing this nine pound hammer one more day But there's only one reason why it beats so true God put this heart in me for you This heart really don't belong to me This heart will be yours eternally The man upstairs put it there 'cause He knows what to do. If I had to walk through this world alone Just a ramblin' fool, a blind, stubborn brute Without this heart in me for you. This heart really don't belong to me This heart will be yours eternally The man upstairs put it there 'cause He knows what to do.
View Full Version : Nine pound hammer. Nine Pound hammer break on Manzanita, was it Grisman? It has to be one of the strangest breaks I have heard for that song.
Dec 01 These strains are normally created for potency and flavour, and 9lb Hammer strain definitely keeps up with this tradition. This strain is sometimes called Hippie Punch or Purple Hammer.
It was the first time Ralph had appeared at the festival, which was about 1, miles from his home in McClure Va. Two sets are included here in their entirety. The second set, from their evening performance is largely a 'requests' show, drawn from the Stanley Brothers and Ralph's back catalogue, plus Old Richmond Prison from the latest LP.
Together, this group of songs are referred to as "hammer songs" or "roll songs" after a group of wheelbarrow-hauling songs with much the same structure, though not mentioning hammers. For almost a hundred years after the abolition of slavery, convicts, mostly African American, were leased to work as forced labor in the mines, railroad camps, brickyards, turpentine farms, and then on road gangs of the American South. It was not unusual for work songs like "Take this Hammer" and its "floating verses" to drift between occupations along with the itinerant laborers who sang them. This old hammer killed John Henry, But it can't kill me.