Gibbonsville Gold Song Lyrics

Hank Williams, Jr.

Hank Williams, Jr. Stormy cover art
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My name is Bill Harlan. I'm a God fearin' man
From the lost rebel army, a Tennessee Calvary man
From Shilo to Nashville we made our last stand
When the battles were over, everythin' we had was gone with the wind

But I still had my family and a hope and a dream
And I heard of gold fever and the Rocky Mountain streams
So we took what we had and some gold diggin' gear
And we headed for a new life on the Northwest frontier

Montana Territory where the winters are cold
The lands full of game and the creeks are full of gold
Just west of the mountains is a town they call Gibbonsville
You can sure get gold fever, you can damn sure get killed

Track Listing

CD 1
  • 1 They All Want to Go Wild (And I Want to Go Home)
  • 2 I'd Love to Knock the Hell Out of You
  • 3 Gibbonsville Gold
  • 4 Where Would We Be Without Yankees
  • 5 Naked Women and Beer
  • 6 I Like It When It's Stormy
  • 7 Southern Thunder
  • 8 Hank Hill Is the King
  • 9 All Jokes Aside
  • 10 Sometimes I Feel Like Joe Montana
  • credits

    album: Track 3 in album Stormy
    release date: 1999
    popularity : 66 users have visited this page.
    length: 5:02

    Album Information

    label: Curb Records
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 715187795327
    script: Latin