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    Moderator RACING JUNKIE Harbone's Avatar
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    I usually dont post up links but this gave me goosebumps...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGPKpIuX3cY


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    Same here Chris, Never looked at it that way but it is true :!: Thanks for sharing :!:


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    Wow, that was cool. Makes you stop and think a little.
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    Back in the 1950's there was a country singer by the name of T. Texas Tyler from Huntington, WV who sang a song titled "Deck of Cards". Same story from way back when.
    Roger

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    X2 on the goosebumps.........
    TRUTH is HATE
    to those who
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    well im drying my eyes. yeah guys it broyght tears to my eyes. now who is bad enough to laugh at me. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger1946
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    Back in the 1950's there was a country singer by the name of T. Texas Tyler from Huntington, WV who sang a song titled "Deck of Cards". Same story from way back when.
    Roger
    Dunno about T.Texas Tyler's cover of the song, but Tex Ritter did the original (or at least gets credit for it by Joel Whitburn), It was Number 54, in the top 100 Country 1948, and Wink Martindale did it again, #60 in 1959 Country 100 . . .

    I have a mp3 of them both if anyone wants them. PM me . . .

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    Cool Link!


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