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Tom & Henry Und Die Western-Boys - Cowboy Billy mp3 download
Performer: Tom & Henry
Title: Cowboy Billy
Released: 1959
Style: Schlager, Country
Rating: 4.8/5
FLAC size: 1551 mb | MP3 size: 1380 mb | WMA size: 1968 mb

Tom & Henry Und Die Western-Boys - Cowboy Billy ‎(7", Single, Mono).

Billy Boys", also titled "The Billy Boys", is a loyalist song from Glasgow, sung to the tune of "Marching Through Georgia. It originated in the 1930s as the signature song of one of the Glasgow razor gangs led by Billy Fullerton and later became viewed to reflect the long-running sectarian divide in the city

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A Cowboy Billy
B Ballade Für Zwei Pistolen


  • Written-By – v. Pinelli* (tracks: A-Side), Busch* (tracks: A-Side), Henning* (tracks: B-Side), Scharfenberger* (tracks: A-Side)

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