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Proud Mary

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  1. Mazur says:
    Bob Wallace from California "Proud Mary" is apparently riverboat slang for dried horse manure which was sometimes used as fuel on steamboats. It burns hot and clean (think buffalo chips for the pioneers and dried cattle manure commonly used South Asia). mavelvcerebordrelanrad.xyzinfo
  2. Goltirn says:
    Welcome To Proud Mary’s Kearny Mesa's coolest spot for great food and live music There is no place quite like Proud Mary's in San Diego! We aim to capture the ambiance of one of the world's most unique places- the American south.
  3. Zulukinos says:
    Oct 26,  · Proud Mary keep on burnin', Rollin', rollin', rollin' on the river. Cleaned a lot of plates in Memphis, Pumped a lot of 'pane down in New Orleans, But I never saw the good side of the city.
  4. Vudotilar says:
    Written by American singer and guitarist John Fogerty, Proud Mary was first recorded by rock band Creedence Clearwater Revival in But in , a cover version was released by Ike & Tina Turner that differed greatly from the structure of the original, rearranged by Soko Richardson and Ike Turner, including a sultry, slow opening and spoken-word intro by Tina Turner.
  5. Kajizahn says:
    Proud Mary Coffee USA. Buy Specialty Coffee and Geisha including coffee subscription. Roasted in Portland, Oregon.
  6. Daibar says:
    Proud Mary () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
  7. Mizragore says:
    Proud Mary () Mary is a professional assassin who works for Benny, a ruthless gangster who heads an organized crime family in Boston. Her life gets completely turned around when she crosses.
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  9. Nirisar says:
    Proud Mary keep on burning,--as in, burning coal in your engine room so you can keep moving, which could be described as: Rolling, rolling, rolling on the river. Note the lyric is "keep on burning," not "keeps on burning." Whether Fogarty meant "keeps" (declarative) or "keep" (imperative), I dunno.

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