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  1. Samum
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Dirt Road - Sawyer Brown on AllMusic - - The band's robust work ethic makes it into these 6/
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  2. Zulut
    The Dirt Road is a album by Sawyer Brown. It features the singles "The Dirt Road" and "Some Girls Do," along with "The Walk," which originally appeared on the Buick album. This is the first album to feature guitarist Duncan Cameron.
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  3. Shaktijind
    The Dirt Road, an Album by Sawyer Brown. Released 14 January on Curb (catalog no. CDP; CD). Genres: Country, Country Rock.
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  4. Arashakar
    The Dirt Road Lyrics: Daddy worked hard for his dollar / He said some folks don't-but that's ok / They won't know which road to follow / Because an easy street might lead you astray / Chorus / I.
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  5. Shakazuru
    Sawyer Brown Lyrics. album: "The Dirt Road" () The Dirt Road. Some Girls Do. Another Trip To The Well. Time And Love. Ruby Red Shoes. Fire In The Rain. Burning Bridges (On A Rocky Road) Sometimes A Hero. Ain't That Always The Way. When Twist Comes To Shout. The Walk.
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  6. Yozshuzragore
    The Dirt Road is the eighth studio album by American country music band Sawyer Brown. Released in , it features the singles "The Dirt Road" and "Some Girls Do", both of which charted in the Top 5 on the Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts in "The Walk", a single from their previous album Buick, is also reprised here.
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  7. Akikree
    Sawyer Brown wrote “The Nebraska Song” in honor of Brook Berringer, a Nebraska Cornhuskers quarterback who died in a plane crash on April 18, (The song was actually written before his death.) The song appears on the group’s album Six Days on the Road. Mark Miller also served as a pallbearer at Berringer’s funeral.
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  8. Fenrihn
    Sawyer Brown is an American country music band. It was founded in in Apopka, Florida, by Mark Miller (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Gregg "Hobie" Hubbard (keyboards, vocals), Bobby Randall (guitars, vocals), Joe "Curly" Smyth (drums), and Jim Scholten (bass guitar). The five musicians were originally members of country singer Don King's road band, but chose to stay together after King.
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