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Wandrin Star

Posted on by Maukasa Posted in Rock 8 Comments ↓
8 comments on “ Wandrin Star
  1. Kit says:
    The " Wandrin' Star " is a 68 foot custom steel ketch with a 16 foot beam and 8 foot draft. She has 2 radars, 3 autopilots and 2 water makers. There are several GPS plotters and Iridium satellite communication. She is easy to sail with double furlers that are controlled by one of 5 electric winches.
  2. Fek says:
    That may have been disappointing, but the song "Wand'rin' Star" was anything but. Performed by Lee Marvin in a deep, soporific voice, it topped the UK chart for 3 weeks in , and was also #1 in Ireland. The song finds Marvin singing about his peripatetic lifestyle that takes him to California for the Gold Rush.
  3. Faujind says:
    Boutique Lodging in Dripping Springs, Texas. Texas Hill Country Lodging. Austin, Texas Lodging. Retreats and Events in Austin, Texas. Retreats and Events in the Texas Hill Country. Wanderin' Star Farms on Fitzhugh Road outside Austin, Texas.
  4. Yotilar says:
    1 Wandrin Star (IRE) (0) David Bass K C Bailey 20/1 ½ 10 One Of Us (0) Sam Twiston-Davies Nick Williams 13/2 16 4 Pop Rockstar.
  5. Yozshuzragore says:
    Wand'rin' Star - a Main Street, ka9 1pb Prestwick - Rated based on 6 Reviews "About three weeks ago after a trip down from Motherwell, and after a.
  6. Shakree says:
    Lee Marvin – Wand'rin' Star Lyrics. I was born under a wanderin' star. I was born under a wanderin' star. Wheels are made for rollin', mules are made to pack. I've never seen a site that didn't look better lookin' back. I was born under a wanderin' star. Mud can .
  7. Maukasa says:
    A wandrin' wandrin' star (Mud can make you prisoner, and the plains can bake you dry) (Snow can burn your eyes, but only people make you cry) (Home is made for comin' from, for dreams of goin' to) (Which with any luck will never come true) (I was born under a wandrin' star) (I was born under a wandrin' star) When I get to heaven tie me to a tree Or I'll begin to roam, and soon you know where I will be I was .
  8. Arashigrel says:
    About “Wand'rin' Star” 2 contributors The song originated in the Broadway play, Paint Your Wagon starring James Barton, but gained new popularity with the movie of the same name.