9 thoughts on “ Move On Down The Line

  1. Yeah, Move on down the line Wanna get some love that's truly fine She'll be cool, she'll be long She'll be cool and twice as strong. Gonna roll, roll on down the line Gonna get some love, a love that's truly fine. Oh let's sing it again one time now. Yeah, move on down the line Wanna get some love that's truly fine She'll be cool, she'll be long.
  2. We're gonna roll, move on down the line I got to do it right, I got to do it right all the time Well, I'm gonna move on down the line Get this gal, I'm gonna make some time Can't be fast, she can't be slow And when she starts a-struttin you know we gotta go We gonna roll, move on down the line Yes I need love, I need love all the time, yeah!
  3. Definition of go down the line in the Idioms Dictionary. go down the line phrase. What does go down the line expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary. Go down the line - Idioms by The Free Dictionary To move from person to person or thing to thing, which are arranged in a line.
  4. Definition of down the line in the Idioms Dictionary. down the line phrase. What does down the line expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
  5. This digitally remastered set (with the best yet sound), now with added tunes is a good example of Fuller's playing and singing. Tracks were originally recorded and released on Topic Records as "Move on down the line" (sic) from , and the remaining tracks were recorded in , and released as "Walking On The Railroad"/5(6).
  6. I wanna move, move on down the line Gonna get me a gal, then I go out on the town Well, I wanna move on down the line I'm gonna get me a gal, make some time She can't be square, she can't be slow And when she starts a-struttin' she's gotta go I'm gonna move, move on down the line Well, I'm in love, have been all the time.
  7. "Go Go Go (Down the Line)" (often credited as "Down the Line") is a song by Roy Orbison, released in According to the official Roy Orbison discography by Marcel Riesco, this was the B-side to Orbison's first Sun Records release "Ooby Dooby". This was the first song written by pemolanhotsrejes.timesdicalalotisarararesou.co: Rock and roll, rockabilly.
  8. Move Me On Down The Line Lyrics: When I hear that Santa Fe start blowing / I wonder where it's been / And where it's going / I tell you boy, every time / The feelin' sure is fine / Just move me on.

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