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Hobo Sam - Once A Bum, Always A Bum / Horses Work, Not Me! download flac

Performer: Hobo Sam
Title: Once A Bum, Always A Bum / Horses Work, Not Me!
Style: Country
Category: Folk music
Album rating: 4.3
Votes: 569
Size MP3: 1518 mb
Size FLAC: 1925 mb
Size WMA: 1297 mb
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A hobo is a migrant worker or homeless vagrant, especially one who is impoverished. The term originated in the Western-probably Northwestern-United States around 1890. Unlike a "tramp", who works only when forced to, and a "bum", who does not work at all, a "hobo" is a traveling worker. The origin of the term is unknown. According to etymologist Anatoly Liberman, the only certain detail about its origin is the word was first noticed in American English circa 1890.

A bum, is someone who doesnt have a job-because is unable to get one b/c they are one or two of the following: an alcoholic, lazy. Most of them are homeless, or choose not to go home/ get help. A homeless person is just homeless. With out an address you can't get a job, so you rely on money, soup kitchens and donations of clothing. A hobo will work when work is offered, a bum won't. Source(s): My father in law used to get his hired men from the hobo camps down by the tracks. A bum is more or less considered a drunk homeless man, when a hobo is a helpless homeless man. ? · 9 years ago. 2.

Hallelujah, I’m A Bum Lyrics. Rockefeller's busy giving dough away; Chevrolet is busy making cars; Hobo, you keep busy when they throw away Slightly used cigars Hobo, you've no time to shirk You're busy keeping far away from work. Your home is always near; The moon's your chandelier; Your ceiling is the sky Way up high The road is your estate The earth your little dinner plate; It's spring, you hobo, sing "Hallelujah, I'm a bum again!" More on Genius. Hallelujah, I’m A Bum" Track Info. Bobby Short Celebrates Rodgers & Hart Bobby Short. 6. Hallelujah, I’m A Bum. Home.

HOBO: Hobos differentiate themselves as travelers who are homeless and willing to do work, whereas a tramp travels but will not work and a bum does neither. I am for sure homeles. am for sure looking for cheap places to live. I continuously rattle the cage on how to get good values, price has close to nothing to do with value, if it did, then renting a room would be easy. A good value for a room is this, it is the price you would pay and not feel regrets if you lived there for three months, always saying to yourself, I got a good deal. I have never and will never try to be a mooch, I do not try to take advantage of people, I do not try to live free.

Get a bum mug for your cat Rihanna. To get something from someone else for free. Also used to borrow, but with the understanding that repayment might not happen. Hey, can I bum a smoke off you? by Tim March 13, 2003. US/Canada 1. Pejorative for a homeless person, - especially one that makes no attempt to work or better himself (contrasted with the more respected working homeless hobos ). Probably comes from the expression lazy bums. Get a job you F’ing bum. To shamelessly ask for something (in the manner of a bum – see above). Dude can I bum a cigarette, five dollars, and a ride to th. A loser with nothing going for him (no job, no aspirations etc). Especially an unworthy husband or boyfriend

Mud: I'm no bum. I got money. You can call me a hobo ‘cause a hobo’ll work for his living and you can call me homeless ‘cause that’s true for now, but if you call me a bum again I'll have to teach you somethin' about respect that your daddy never did. Neckbone: I hate snakes. Mud: That’s because God made them for us to fear. Her daddy give it to her not me. If she wants to leave it, Game and Fish has ever' right to take this boat apart board by board. Ellis: But that ain't right. We got the ice machine, the traps. What are we supposed to do?

Tracklist

A Once A Bum, Always A Bum
B Horses Work, Not Me!

Credits

  • Harmonica [Uncredited] – Hobo Sam
  • Vocals, Guitar – Hobo Sam
  • Written-By – Hobo Sam

Notes

Both sides recorded ca. late 1936, probably in New York, NY.

Credits and recording dates reported in Tony Russell "Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942."
Credit roles of harmonica and guitar for Hobo Sam are termed "probable."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 302A 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 302B 1 CD C

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