Jeannie C. Riley Run Jeannie Run
Jeannie C. Riley, Run Jeannie Run as requested by " terifg "...
Jeannie C. Riley - Children
From the 1971 album "Jeannie"...
JEANNIE C. RILEY - Free
FREE (Lyrics)Songwriter: Jeannie C. RileyYou gotta move a mountainYou gotta swim the seaYou gotta fight a mountain lionto win her love, but mine is freeYou gotta change your way of livin’You gotta be somethin’ that you can’t beJust so you can stand b......
Jeannie C. Riley - Deception
Jeannie C. Riley - Deception -...
Jeannie C. Riley - Pioneers.wmv
This is the first track on the Jeannie C. Riley & Fancy Friends album, "From Nashville With Love" released on Plantation Records in 1977. Jeannie has the first five tracks on this album....
Jeannie C. Riley "Hush"
I wouldn't really picture Jeannie covering a song by Deep Purple, but stranger things have happened. Their #4 pop hit in 1968 was covered by Jeannie in 1973, reaching #51 on the country charts. Requested by "floridaalan". :)...
JEANNIE C. RILEY "Missouri"
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Jeannie C. Riley - Darkness Falls
From the 1970 album "The Generation Gap"...
Jeannie C. Riley - Satan Place.wmv
This is the eleventh track on the Jeannie C. Riley album, "Harper Valley P.T.A." released on Plantation Records in 1968. This CD is available as an MP3 download from Napster for $9.98....
JEANNIE C. RILEY - Look Down
LOOK DOWN (Lyrics)Songwriter: Jeannie C. RileyWell I’m the outlaw, and I’m the villainBut with your help, I could Marshall DillonBut I’m a loser, and you’re a winnerYou’re a Savior, and I’m a sinner, sinnerSo look down, down here on the groundThat’s......
Jeannie C. Riley - Street Singer.wmv
This is the second track on the Jeannie C. Riley & Fancy Friends album, "From Nashville With Love" released on Plantation Records in 1977. Jeannie has the first five tracks on this album....
JEANNIE C. RILEY - Oh Singer
"OH SINGER" (Lyrics)Oh Singer, sing me an old song, yeahOh Singer, sing me and old song, sing me an old song about cotton balesTell me how the good earth feels down in the high white cotton, yeah, ‘cause in my life I’ll never get to walk on my knees......