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Born to win.

Author: Woody Guthrie; Robert Shelton
Publisher: New York, Macmillan [1965]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Collection of essays, prose, verse, journal notes, maxims, song lyrics, and letters.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Guthrie, Woody, 1912-1967.
Born to win.
New York : Macmillan, ©1965
(OCoLC)679319295
Named Person: Woody Guthrie; Woody Guthrie
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Woody Guthrie; Robert Shelton
OCLC Number: 1299950
Notes: "Collection of essays, prose poems, verse, journal notes, maxims, song lyrics, and letters."
Description: 250 pages illustrations, portraits 26 cm
Contents: People I owe --
Your word singer --
Folk songs are on their way in --
Me and the others --
Prophet singer --
Bound for glory --
Old paper sheets --
The word I want to say --
Names for Marjorie and Woody's kids' parties --
Child sitting --
Dead fathers --
My best songs --
Good married daughter --
Way over yonder in the minor key --
Atty. Gen'l. Tom Clark --
My job as a poet --
How to make up a balladsong and get away with it --
Anthropology --
Bits and snatches --
Reckless talk --
Born to win --
My dear Mr. Truman --
Us kids --
Censors and you and me --
Dear prostitute --
Kids can squawl --
Cisco Houston --
Prison cell dream --
I drink and see why --
Greasy string --
Seasay --
Dear Australia --
You to me --
The singing cricket and Hudie Ledbetter --
Abuse --
Abusing --
Dance a little longer --
Singing troopship --
My secret --
I'm not the man --
All of the country --
Kid --
Rosh Hashonah --
Jacksonville waltz (sweet Jaxonville) --
Einstein theme song --
Einstein brings back lightrays --
In my wildest drunk moments --
Cathy Ann Guthrie --
Cup of coffee --
To people's songs --
Gene Debs --
To that man Robert Burns --
My people --
Most times --
WNEW --
The dying doctor or the company town doctor --
The blinding of Isaac Woodard --
Let me go --
Look like it's here --
My Oklahoma --
I'll not beg --
I don't feel at home on the Bowery no more --
Build me a world --
Careless reckless love --
Here's a tale a feller told me --
I still say to my kid --
Something wrong --
To a young negro couple --
Chorea and me --
No help known --
So long, it's been good to know you.
Responsibility: Edited by Robert Shelton.

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Collection of essays, prose, verse, journal notes, maxims, song lyrics, and letters.

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