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Wild Bill Jones

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  1. Tab Requests and Discussion: ARCHIVED TOPIC: Wild Bill Jones Tab. Please note this is an archived topic, so it is locked and unable to be replied to. You may, however, Wild Bill Jones: janolov - Posted - 08/02/ quote: Originally posted by dbrooks.
  2. A classic story of a man trying to keep his true love out the arms of another. "wild Bill Jones "didn't see it that way and bought the farm. The story teller was sentenced to death for killing Jones, although his message in this tune seems to show him guilty of only protecting his love.
  3. Wild Bill Jones was first recorded by Eva Davis back in and since then has become one of the most popular songs in the Bluegrass and traditional Old Time repertoire. The earliest occurrence of the song is way back in at which time it was collected from a .
  4. Wild Bill Jones. As I went down for to take a little walk I came upon that Wild Bill Jones He was a walking and a talking by my true lover’s side And I bid him to leave her alone. He said my age is twenty-one Too old to be controlled I pulled my revolver from my side.
  5. Wild Bill Jones This song is by Dock Boggs and appears on the album His Folkways Years, (). I was out a-walking around one night And I met with old Wild Bill Jones He was walking, he was talking with the girl I love And I bid him for to leave her alone He said, "Young man, I'm.
  6. Title Wild Bill Jones Contributor Names Todd, Charles L., (Collector) Sonkin, Robert, (Collector).
  7. I came upon that Wild Bill Jones He was a-walking and a-talking By my true lover's side I bid him to leave her alone He said my age is twenty one years Too old to be controled So I drew my revolver from my side Destroyed that poor boy's soul So let's pass around that long necked bottle.
  8. I came upon that Wild Bill Jones He was a'walkin' and a'talkin' by my true lover's side And I bid him to leave her alone He said my age is 21, too old to be controlled I pulled my revolver from my side, And I destroyed that poor boy's soul He reeled and he staggered .

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