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Dust My Broom

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  1. Zulular

    Dec 16,  · So that "Dust my broom." maybe synonymous with "Shaking her off" or "shaking loose from her. If you listen to the other words, "I'm quittin' the best gal I'm lovin'.
  2. Taujind

    out of 5 stars Dust My Broom. Reviewed in the United States on January 17, Verified Purchase. Another fantastic Elmore recording--my 2nd favoriteI have gifted this cd to a couple of friends at Xmas!!!!! Super recording--will always buy another /5(22).
  3. Kagam

    Mississippi-born Elmore Leonard was a blues musician known as "The King of the Slide Guitar". He played on various radio shows throughout the South and built up a following. In , he recorded his first record, "Dust My Broom", for the small Trumpet Records label out of Jackson, MS. It became a "sleeper" hit, breaking through to the Top Occupation: Soundtrack.
  4. Samurisar

    Simple American blue with the mid-verse riffs tabbed for you. Standard open chords in the original key.
  5. Akinozuru

    Watch the video for Dust My Broom from ZZ Top's Degüello for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  6. Gomuro

    Fleetwood Mac "Dust My Broom": I'm gettin' up soon in the mornin' I believe I'll dust my broom I'm gettin' up soon in the mornin' I Fleetwood Mac - Dust My Broom Lyrics | lucredsnochagiferedelipasseerep.xyzinfo A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z #.
  7. Shakazilkree

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Dust My Broom on Discogs. Label: Flash (3) - ,Flash (3) - CD • Format: CD • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Electric Blues, Blues Rock/5(9).
  8. Gardam

    Im all done (sweeping or whatever). Your not just done, when you dust your broom your done lucredsnochagiferedelipasseerep.xyzinfo really over, your finished and your leaving to go on to your next whatever.
  9. Zulkikasa

    "Dust My Broom" is a blues standard originally recorded as "I Believe I'll Dust My Broom" by Robert Johnson, the Mississippi Delta blues singer and guitarist, on November 23, in San Antonio, Texas. The song was originally released on 78 rpm format as Vocalion , ARC 7 .

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