Who Sang The Cruel War? Dolly Parton

Dolly Parton Those Were the Days cover art
Credits
release date: 2005-10-11
genres: Pop Folk, World, & Country
styles: Country/Bluegrass
length: 3:42
arranger: Dolly Parton
TRADITIONAL

The cruel war is raging; Johnny has to fight. I want to be with him from morning till night. I want to be with him, it grieves my heart so. "Won't you let me go with you?" "No, my love no." Tomorrow is Sunday, Monday is the day That your captain will call you and you must obey. Your captain will call you, it grieves my heart so. "Won't you let me go with you?" "No, my love no." I'll tie back my hair; men's clothing I'll put on, I'll pass as your comrade as we march along, I'll pass as your comrade, no one will ever know. "Won't you let me go with you?" "No, my love no." Oh Johnny, oh Johnny, I fear you are unkind, I love you far better than all of mankind, I love you far better than words can e'er express. "Won't you let me go with you?" "Yes, my love yes."





Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 Those Were the Days
  • 2 Blowin’ in the Wind
  • 3 Where Have All the Flowers Gone
  • 4 Twelfth of Never
  • 5 Where Do the Children Play
  • 6 Me and Bobby McGee
  • 7 Crimson and Clover
  • 8 The Cruel War
  • 9 Turn, Turn, Turn
  • 10 If I Were a Carpenter
  • 11 Both Sides Now
  • 12 Imagine