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9 Replies to “ Death By Shotgun - Listener - Return To Struggleville (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Mar 03,  · Death By Shotgun Lyrics: Well, he's been out of work for months / But still dresses for the office / And he kisses his wife goodbye / And he heads for .
  2. Listener Death By Shotgun Lyrics. Death By Shotgun lyrics performed by Listener: Well he's been out of work for months but still dresses for the office and kisses his wife goodbye, and heads for his park bench. Oh Every morning well his briefcase in hand, and .
  3. Death_Gun_It_isnt_over_yet. Death_Gun_Fool. Death Gun Laugh 1. Death Gun Breathing. Share Death Gun: Related Boards: Sirens and Alarms. 19 Tracks Views. Laugh Tracks. 35 Tracks Views. Dogs Barking Sound effects. 16 Tracks Views. Cartoon Sound FX. 56 Tracks Views. COMMENTS.
  4. Shotgun, an Album by Shotgun. Released in on ABC (catalog no. AB ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Funk.
  5. Return To Struggleville "Please retry" Amazon Music Unlimited: Price New from Used from Death By Shotgun 4 When No One Else Will Be Your Friend, I Will Do The Job This is a great album, but if you want the CD, go to Listener's website. It's sold for 15 dollars total. Read more. Helpful.5/5(7).
  6. Sought after press of the LP from this ace experimental indie-rock/spoken word project from Kansas City. Black/white mix vinyl in screen printed wrap-around card sleeve. 1 Death By Shotgun 2 A Song From A Knife Salesman To His Wife On Their Wedding Day 3 It's Time For Drastic Measures They're Note Taking You.
  7. Listener "Death By Shotgun": album: "Not Waving, Drowning" () The Music That The Angels Do. album: "Return To Struggleville" () Death By Shotgun. A Song From A Knife Salesman To His Wife On Their Wedding Day. It's Time For Drastic Measures They're Not Taking You Seriously. The Music That The Angels Do.
  8. ``It just doesn't surprise us,'' said Mary Lou Sanicola, community manager at Montecito Apartments in the block of West Avenue L, said of the news of the chase and his death. ``He was different.'' Sanicola said Anderson was an unemployed aerospace worker, kept to himself and didn't talk much.

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