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Stagger Lee

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  1. Jun 13,  · Stagger Lee is full of musicians, whores, and politicians whose actions make as little sense as - actually, come to think of it, less than - a morphine-addled lawyer's. The characters are uniformly flat, even Stagger Lee himself, who's left, perhaps intentionally, as a /5(10).
  2. ""Stagger Lee," who pops on the Shakedownalbum is a fabled character who some suggest dates back to the Civil War. Variously called "Stag-O-Lee," "Stack-O-Lee," and other names, the song is about a scoundrel who killed Billy Lyons because he stole Stag's Stetson hat.
  3. Jul 20,  · STAGGER LEE () by Taj Mahal - Duration: wilson mcphert , views. 50+ videos Play all Mix - Mississippi John Hurt - The Ballad Of Stagger Lee YouTube;.
  4. Inspired by the classic Lloyd Price song “Stagger Lee” (covered by such luminary musicians as Woody Guthrie, Taj Mahal, The Grateful Dead, Duke Elllington, Cab Calloway, James Brown, The Clash and Bob Dylan), our little haven of happiness is the perfect spot for your quick drink, slow brew, your night out, or your friendly party.
  5. Stagger lee threw a seven, Billy swore that he threw eight. "Stagger Lee," said Billy, "I can't let you go with that.
  6. Stagger Lee He said "Mr Motherfucker, you know who I am" The barkeeper said, "No, and I don't give a good goddamn" To Stagger Lee He said, "Well bartender, it's plain to see I'm that bad motherfucker called Stagger Lee" Mr. Stagger Lee Barkeep said, "Yeah, I've heard your name down the way And I kick motherfucking asses like you every day" Mr.
  7. The Song and Myth of Stagger Lee There is a song that has been recorded by James Brown, Nick Caveand Neil Diamond. The Clash, Pat Boone, Fats Dominoand Bob Dylan. Duke Ellington, The Grateful Dead, Woody Guthrie, The Ventures, Ike & Tina Turner, Ma Raineyand Jerry Lee Lewis.
  8. "Stagger Lee", also known as "Stagolee" and other variants, is a popular American folk song about the murder of Billy Lyons by "Stag" Lee Shelton in St. Louis, Missouri at Christmas, The song was published in and was first recorded in by Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians/5(7).
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