I got half a mind to paint a plywood sign. Music video Saying I was here first. They’re Red Hot – Robert Johnson 125. And nail it up on a notty pine tree. The Red Strokes – Garth Brooks 124. The Red Shoes – Kate Bush 123. The Red – Chevelle 122. Toast of the Army, favorite son! Join Emily Elizabeth, Clifford and all of Birdwell Island on their new big red adventures! The tune is insanely catchy, though it doesn’t make me want to chew Big Red gum or switch to Verizon, so I guess it’s not terribly effective on that front. Always the first to thirst for a fight - No foe shall challenge our right to vict'ry. (later Col.) Donald T. Kellett, US Army Alan Gresik Swing Shift Orchestra, others. Songs in Red and Gray – Suzanne Vega 120. This is my piece of dirt. We take the field, a … Broke down motor in the front yard. Ol' Red's itchin' to have a little fun Get my lantern Get my gun Red'll have you treed before the mornin' comes. Now Ol' Red got real used to seeing His lady every night And so I kept him away for three or four days And waited till the time got right Well I made my run with the evenin' sun And I smiled when I heard 'em turn Red … I love the song !! heres the lyrics. “Big Iron” is a song written by Marty Robbins in 1959, a country ballad about an unnamed Arizona Ranger who has a fateful duel with the notorious outlaw Texas Red. Although it did not reach the Top 10 on the U.S. country charts, "Ol' Red" is one of Shelton's most commonly requested songs in concert (as well as one of his best-known hits). My new neighbor don't like my big red barn. Turning The Town Red – Elvis Costello 126. As a direct result, he considers it his signature song. BIG RED ONE, THE Lyrics and music: Capt. A '47 Ford, bullet holes in the door. I heard it through the grapevine. 119. Shelton's rendition of the song includes a backing vocal from Rachel Proctor. The Big Red – John Williamson 121. The tune to the Big Red jingle has been stuck in my head for about 3 days now, ever since watching Verizon’s spoof on the classic Big Red gum commercials from the ’80s. When The Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin’ Along – Al Jolson 127. Hail to the Big Red One!