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  1. Woodcutters Son. A. Artist: Paul Weller Song: Woodcutters son Album: Standley Road Tunning: standard Tabbed By: INDIE NATION Standard Tuning: CHORDS USED Eadgbe A - x D7 - xx C - G - F - This is the main riff for the start and various parts of the song. The riff and chords switch between piano and.
  2. Woodcutter’s Son Lyrics: Sugartown has turned so sour / Its people angry in their sleep / There’s more small-town paranoia / Sweeping down its evil sheets / You better give me the chance / I.
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  5. Then I'm the woodcutter's son. And I'm cutting down the wood for the good of everyone! There's a silence when I enter And a murmur when I leave I can see their jealous faces I can feel the ice they breathe. You better give me the chance I'll cut you down with a glance.
  6. Jul 23,  · More important, though, is the fact that Bill Gates is far from the “son of a woodcutter”: he grew up in a well-to-do family with a father who was a prominent lawyer, attended an exclusive.
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  8. Woodcutters (German title: Holzfällen) is a novel by Thomas Bernhard, originally published in German in An English translation by Ewald Osers was published in under the title Cutting Timber: An Irritation; another English translation by David McLintock was published as Woodcutters in Second in a trilogy covering the Arts, this one relates to the theatre and created quite an Author: Thomas Bernhard.

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