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Tennessee Ernie Ford. Ernest Jennings Ford (February 13, – October 17, ), better known as Tennessee Ernie Ford, was an American recording artist and television host who enjoyed success in the country and Western, pop, and gospel musical genres.
Jun 22, · Lyrics of AIN'T NOBODY'S BUSINESS BUT MY OWN by Tennessee Ernie Ford feat. Kay Starr: Well that ain't nobody's business but my own Click here now!3/5(1).
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Jul 02, · Lyrics of HEY, GOOD LOOKIN' by Tennessee Ernie Ford feat. Helen O'Connell: Say hey good lookin', Whatcha got cookin'?, How's about cookin' somethin' up with.
Ernest Jennings Ford (February 13, – October 17, ), known professionally as Tennessee Ernie Ford, was an American singer and television host who enjoyed success in the country and Western, pop, and gospel musical genres. Noted for his rich bass-baritone voice and down-home humor, he is remembered for his hit recordings of "The Shotgun Boogie" and his version of "Sixteen TonsBorn: February 13, , Bristol, Tennessee.
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A pea-picker is a derogatory reference to poor, migrant workers during the Great tygojaskazizilzushura.infoinfo people were unskilled, poorly educated workers, employable only in menial jobs, such as harvesting crops and, as such, received poor wages for working long hours under dreadful conditions.
Mar 02, · My brother used to say that, too. He got it from Tennessee Ernie I guess. He would say it to me. I think it is a term of endearment because we grow peas in the South and pick them, shell them, and eat them off the vine, so thus, "bless your pea-pickin' little ol' heart.
Jul 18, · "Howdy, Pea Pickers" is a fine compact disc at a sensible price, and presents a good overview of Ernie Ford's music during the five-year period before "Sixteen Tons" became a breakthrough crossover hit and made him nationally known. After years of neglect, some of Ford's music is finally beginning to resurface (albeit mostly on import labels).5/5(1).