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Down in the valley song

"Down in the Valley", also known as "Birmingham Jail", is a traditional country- blues American folk song. It has been recorded by many artists, and is included in the Songs of Expanding America recordings in the Burl Ives six-album set Historical America in Song. The verses mentioning "Birmingham Jail" refer to the . "Down in the Valley" is a R&B song written by Bert Berns and Solomon Burke and originally recorded by Solomon Burke. It was released on Atlantic as a B-side to "I'm Hanging Up My Heart For You". It was covered by Otis Redding on his album Otis Blue. Burke's original version is a classic example of early country . Down in the valley, the valley so low, Hang your head over, hear the winds blow. Hear the winds blow, dear, hear the winds blow. Hang your head over, hear the winds blow. Down in the valley, walking between, Telling our story, here's what it means. Here's what it means, dear, here's what it means, Telling our story, here's .

Down in the valley valley so low. Hang your head over hear the wind blow. Hear the wind blow dear hear the wind blow. Hang your head over hear the wind blow. Roses love sunshine violets love dew. Angels in heaven know I love you. Know I love you dear know I love you. Angels in heaven know I love you. If you don't. Lyrics to 'Down In The Valley' by Burl Ives: Roses love sunshine, violets love dew Angels in heaven, know i love you. Down in the Valley is a great American folk song. On this page you'll find the lyrics, history, meaning, music, MP3 download, video, and CD.

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