The Lady Came From Baltimore - Tim Hardin - Tim Hardin 2 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Dec 23,  · If I Were a Carpenter was his big hit from this album but it was another song that I loved the most, Lady Came from Baltimore. It is a very short song, less than two minutes but it speaks a world of emotion. It's a tale of a bandit who comes to rob the Lady but falls in love with her instead (link below). Tim Hardin ~ Tim Hardin 2.
  2. ALBUM INTRO Tim Hardin 2 is the second album by folk artist Tim Hardin, released in TRACKING LIST All songs written by Tim Hardin. Side one[edit] If I Were a Carpenter – Red Balloon – Black Sheep Boy – The Lady Came from Baltimore – Baby Close Its Eyes – .
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  4. The lady came from Baltimore All she wore was lace She didn't know that I was poor She never saw my place I was there to steal her money Take her rings and run Then I fell in love with the lady Got away with none The lady's name was Susan Moore Her daddy read the law She didn't know that I was poor And lived outside the law Her daddy said, I.
  5. L'altro è "Lady came from Baltimore" altro brano coverizzato da una miriade di artisti tra cui ancora Cash, la Baez e Bob Dylan. Portano entrambe la firma di Tim Hardin e sono entrambe su questo splendido album del /5(11).
  6. He signed to the Verve Forecast label, and produced his first authorized album, Tim Hardin 1 in which contained "Reason To Believe" and the ballad "Misty Roses", which received Top 40 radio play. Tim Hardin 2 was released in ; it contained "If I Were a Carpenter". A British tour was cut short after Hardin contracted pleurisy.
  7. Tim Hardin 2, an Album by Tim Hardin. Released in May on (catalog no. FT ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Contemporary Folk, Chamber Folk. Rated #73 in the best albums of , and # in the greatest all-time album chart (according to RYM users).

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