Category: Rock

Ruby, Are You Mad At Your Man

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  1. Osborne Brothers - Ruby (Are You Mad) Lyrics. Ruby, Ruby honey, are you mad at your man? I'm sittin' in the shade With a shovel and a spade I'm diggin' in the ground's cold mine Ru.
  2. Ruby, Are You Mad At Your Man? - Mark O'Connor Band. Top Songs By Mark O'Connor Band. TRACK.
  3. Watch the video for Ruby - Are You Mad At Your Man from The Osborne Brothers's High Lonesome: The Story of Bluegrass Music for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube.
  4. Ruby Ruby honey are you mad at your man. I will set you in the shade Shovel with my spade Digging in the ground gold mine Ruby Ruby honey are you mad at your man. I've done all I can do To get along with you Still you're not satisfied Ruby Ruby honey are you mad at your man. If you don't believe I'm right Then call on me tonight.
  5. Dec 28,  · Oh Ruby, Ruby honey, are you mad at your man? If you don’t believe I’m right Just call on me tonight I’ll take you to your shady so cold Oh Ruby, Ruby honey, are you mad at your man?
  6. Carolina Chocolate Drops is an American old-time string band from Durham, North Carolina. Their album, Genuine Negro Jig, won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Folk Album at the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards, and was number 9 in fRoots magazine's top 10 albums of
  7. Ruby Ruby honey are you mad at your man I've done all I can do get along with you still you're not satisfied Ruby Ruby honey are you mad at your man [ banjo ] If you don't believe I'm right then call on me tonight I'll take you to your shady so cold10/10(1).
  8. Lyrics to Ruby, Are You Mad at Your Man? by The Carolina Chocolate Drops from the Leaving Eden album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  9. Cynthia May Carver, known professionally as Cousin Emmy, was a banjo player, fiddler and country singer who was one of the pioneering solo female stars in the country music industry. Although hit records eluded her, she proved to be a major name in personal appearances and on radio in the s and 50s. In the s she gained a new audience on the folk music circuit. Her song "Ruby, Are You .

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