House Of The Rising Sun

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  • So what exactly was the House of the Rising Sun? There are at least three theories on the purpose of the now famous house in New Orleans. These stem from the interpretation of other lyrics in the song. In order to choose among them, one should first understand the song in its late 19th century context.
  • Rising Sun Blues and House of The Rising Sun are 2 different songs, both Blues. Alan Lomax, Hally Wood and Pete Seeger all agreed THOTRS was a Brothel and was in female interpretation of a girl forced to be a sex server by terrible circumstances. Hally was a mezzo soprano which was not so common for Folk at the time but I love it and LOVED Her!
  • Jan 21,  · 'The House of the Rising Sun' is one of the most popular songs in history, but when it was written and who it's about is still a mystery. “There is a house in New Orleans they call the Rising Sun, it’s been the ruin of many poor girls, and me, O God, for one.”.
  • Dec 05,  · [Intro] Am C D F Am E Am E / [Verse 1] Am C D F There is a house in New Orleans Am C E E They call the Risin' Sun Am C D F And it's been the /5(K).
  • "The House of the Rising Sun" is a folk song from the United States. Also called "House of the Rising Sun" or occasionally "Rising Sun Blues", it tells of a life gone wrong in New Orleans. Depending on the version, the song may be sung from the perspective of a woman or a man.
  • House of the Rising Sun Lyrics: There is a house down in New Orleans / They call the Rising Sun. / And it's been the ruin of many a-poor girl / And me—oh, God—I'm one / My mother was a tailor.
  • Introdução: Am C D F Am E Am E Am7 C D F There is a house in New Orleans, Am C E They call the Rising Sun Am C D F And It's been the ruin of many a poor boy Am E Am C D F Am E Am E And God, I know, I'm one Am C D F My mother was a tailor Am C E She sewed my new blue jeans Am C D F My father was a gambling man Am E Am Down in New Orleans Interlúdio: C D F Am E Am E Am C D F .
  • There is a house in New Orleans They call the Rising Sun And it's been the ruin of many a poor boy And God I know I'm one My mother was a tailor. She sewed my new bluejeans My father was a gamblin' man Down in New Orleans Now the only thing a gambler needs Is a .

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