8 thoughts on “ The Ballad Of Hollis Brown

  1. Ballad of Hollis Brown Lyrics: Hollis Brown / He lived on the outside of town / Hollis Brown / He lived on the outside of town / With his wife and five children / And his cabin broken down / He.
  2. Hollis Brown He lived on the outside of town Hollis Brown He lived on the outside of town With his wife and five children And his cabin fallin’ down You looked for work and money And you walked a rugged mile You looked for work and money And you walked a rugged mile Your children are so hungry That they don’t know how to smile Your baby’s.
  3. Hollis Brown He lived on the outside of town Hollis Brown He lived on the outside of town With his wife and five children And his cabin brokin' down You looked for work and money And you walked a rugged mile You looked for work and money And you walked a rugged mile Your children are so hungry That they don't know how to smile Your baby's eyes.
  4. Sep 15,  · Double dropped D tuning (D-A-D-G-B-D, Capo 1st fret (sounding key Eb minor) / [Intro] / (same strumming pattern throughout the song): / | | e|keep.
  5. THE BALLAD OF HOLLIS BROWN by Bob Dylan (copyright renewed , Special Rider Music) Hollis Brown, he lived on the outside of town, Hollis Brown, he lived on the outside of town, With his wife and five children and his cabin breaking down. You looked for .
  6. Dec 17,  · Hollis Brown is about the opposite view. Fittingly Hollis Brown is a very simple blues based around one chord with one line repeated and then an answering line. It is based completely on “Pretty Polly” an English folk song that also turned up in the Appalachian tradition, and of which there a multiple versions recorded through history.
  7. "Ballad of Hollis Brown" is a blues song written by Bob Dylan, released in on his third album The Times They Are A-Changin'. The song tells the story of a South Dakota farmer who, overwhelmed by the desperation of poverty, kills his wife, children and then himself.
  8. About Ballad Of Hollis Brown "Ballad of Hollis Brown" is a folk-style song written by Bob Dylan, released in on his third album The Times They Are A-Changin'. The song tells the story of a South Dakota farmer who, overwhelmed by the desperation of poverty, kills his wife, children and then himself.

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