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  1. John Hardy, he was a desp'rate little man, He carried two guns ev'ry day. He shot a man on the West Virginia line, An' you ought seen John Hardy getting away. John Hardy, he got to the Keystone Bridge, He thought that he would be free. And up stepped a man and took him by .
  2. Jan 18,  · I've liked this song for so long & was thinking about uploading it for a while. I saw today that John Hardy was hanged on my birthday, January 19th, so I thought it was a sign to put it up.
  3. "John Hardy" is a traditional American folk song based on the life of a railroad worker living in McDowell County, West Virginia in the Spring of The historical John Hardy is believed to have gotten into a drunken dispute during a craps game held near Keystone, and subsequently killed a man named Thomas Drews. Hardy was found guilty of.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Comin' Home To You on Discogs. Label: MGM Records - M3G • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Pop • Style: Vocal Jerry Wallace - Comin' Home To You (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  5. John Hardy was a desperate little man He carried two guns every day He shot down a man on that West Virginia line You ought a seen John Hardy getting away You ought to seen John Hardy getting away John Hardy stood in that old barroom So drunk that he could not see And a man walked up and took him by the arm He said Johnny, come and go along.
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  7. Apr 05,  · As for John Hardy, he was an actual person, and largely thanks to a researcher named John Garst, we now have a fair amount of information about him. He was executed on January 19, , for the killing of a man named Thomas Drews, and the story was reported in that day’s Wheeling, West Virginia, Register.
  8. John Waite has reinvented himself several times throughout his lengthy career. First starting off as leader of the melodic rock outfit the Babys, Waite then went the 'adult pop' route of his solo career (the massive hit "Missing You"), before joining up with a few Journey alumni for the best-forgotten supergroup, Bad siorolarlainabanfuwaregespoicar.xyzinfoards, Waite continued on his merry way as a solo artist.

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