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What Kind Of Friend - Mark Heard - Second Hand (CD)

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  • Nikokasa
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    What Kind of Friend Lyrics: What kind of a friend could pull a knife / When it's him or you and his kids need shoes? / What kind of friend would do you in / When the bomb goes off and the shelter.
  • Tygocage
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    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Mark Heard - Second Hand at Discogs. Complete your Mark Heard collection/5(4).
  • Mikakinos
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    Sep 11,  · My friend had told him I was sick, and said how much it would mean for me to get my copy of Dry Bones Dance signed. He said yes, and my CD came back with a fine inscription that ran to just four words: "Hi Kevin, Mark Heard." Best of all, and true to form, Heard .
  • Kenos
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    Introspective is the key word describing Mark Heard’s newest release, Second voselmeyvermadulwaitheobosirinont.coinfo despite its personal and even vulnerable flavor, the album is neither overly sentimental nor inaccessible, but contains a blend of humor, wit, insight, and profundity that have made Heard one of the most gifted poets of the past decade.
  • Sabei
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    Mark Heard () Re-released in as On Turning To Dust. On Turning To Dust, Dinner At Grandma's, Cabin In Gloryland, A Friend, Abba's Lullabye, Solid Rock, To Diane, Interlude (Traditional: Greensleeves& There Is A Fountain), The Road, Interlude (Traditional: Passion Chorale), All.
  • Dibar
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    Feb 08,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises What Kind Of A Friend · Mark Heard Second Hand ℗ voselmeyvermadulwaitheobosirinont.coinfo Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  • Kale
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  • Meztishakar
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    The late great Mark Heard was one of the most underrated songwriters in music. He touched many people right where they stood. I would say that "Second Hand" (his second to last album before he died), has something for everybody: clever and insightful lyrics that any Dylan fan could appreciate; melodic hooks that any Beatle fan would love; the topics covered in the songs touch about every issue /5(4).
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