The great American songster.
His uncle was Alan Seeger, the man who wrote: "I Have a Rendezvous With
Death", before marching off to be cut down by German Machine Guns on 4 July
1916, at Belloy-en-Santerre, while serving in the Foreign Legion (having
volunteered as the US was not in the war).
dang, that was the worst rendition of this song i have ever heard! it hurt
my ears to listen to him butcher it like that.
Pete got it goin
An odd misspelling: rye is from Canada and the proper spelling is "whisky."
+ vers l original song music des pionniers
But it's a lovely butchering!
Fare thee well Mr. Seeger. Hope we'll join you soon
You ate when you were hungry
you drank when you were dry
a tree didn't fall on you
you lived til you died... R.I.P Pete
Rip Pete see you in the next one.
eat when your hungry, drink when your dry, if a tree don't fall on you, you
will live till you die...rip Pete!
The bottle hath emptied. Rest well Mr Seeger, the ranks of saints are in
good company tonight.
Blacklisted, censored, banned, and condemned. A true friend.
#peteseeger Free to sing and roam the world as the ambassador of truth and
peace, as in this life now the next. I bow to you sir. ~ Kathy D.
Hankenson, PI vp
ill eat when im hungry ill drink when im dryyy
Pete Seeger - Rye Whiskey
For anyone who watched #Moonshiners last night.
A cityslicker came to me and he said Im tough I think I wanna taste that
powerful stuff and I heard him a moaning as he hit the ground
Hey how bout both of you dick heads stop arguing and just listen to the dam