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wan’drin’ star  performed by  lee marvin  (1969)
From: USA
Mood: cozy gruffiness
Recommended by olli [profile] on Friday 5th November 2004

lee marvin sings! i really like the simplistic string arrangements here, especially in the intro and chorus. lee marvin's unbelievably gruff voice fits the song well. wish he'd done some more musical work, he'd be fun for an even kitchier easy listening album.

"do i know where hell is? hell is in hello.
heaven is goodbye forever, it's time for me to go.
i was born under a wan'drin' star...."


"when i get to heaven, tie me to a tree
or i'll begin to roam and soon you'll know where i will be"
classic kitch.

from paint your wagon ost
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  08 Nov 04 ·n-jeff: heh, and for the hit single the flip was Clint Eastwoods ultra weedy version of "I talk
to the trees". Great for starting conversations while DJing in clubs.

"Whats this sh***!?"

"Clint Eastwood"

"Really?, No! what?"

heh.



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