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My Old Man

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  1. No, my old man Keeping away my blues But when he's gone Me and them lonesome blues collide The bed's too big The frying pan's too wide My old man He's a singer in the park He's a walker in the rain He's a dancer in the dark We don't need no piece of paper From the city hall Keeping us tied and true No, my old man Keeping away my lonesome blues.
  2. My Old Man was adapted from Ernest Hemingway's short story of the same name by Jerome Kass. Hemingway's story told of a down-on-his-luck horse trainer who is given a second chance at making Produce Company: Sonar Entertainment.
  3. My Old Man (9) 1h 43min ALL Based on a short story by Ernest Hemingway, "My Old Man" is a touching story of family and forgiveness about a young teenager (Kristy McNichol, "Empty Nest") reunited with her downtrodden horse-trainer father (Warren Oates, "The Wild Bunch") after fourteen years.
  4. My old man Feel the callous on his hands And dusty overalls My old man Now I finally understand I have a lot to learn From my old man. Now I'm a giant Got a son of my own He's always trying To go everywhere I go Do the best I can to raise him up the right way Hoping that he someday wants to be Like his old man.
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  6. My old man My old man Feel the callous on his hands And dusty overalls My old man Now I finally understand I have a lot to learn From my old man Now I'm a giant Got a son of my own He's always trying To go everywhere I go Do the best I can to raise him up the right way Hoping that he someday wants to be Like his old man My old man I know one.
  7. Apr 08,  · My Old Man was another of Ronnie Barker's 7 of 1 series but the subsequent series was passed both by the BBC and Barker as it ended up on ITV with Clive Dunn in the central part/10(1).

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