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  • Avatar for vanisleblues
    plus I kinda like the streets of Baltimore
  • Avatar for lovehonkytonk
    John ?!!!!!!!!!!!! Ha-ha-hahahahAHA !!!!!!!!!!
  • Avatar for simonggggg
    the Glaser Brothers version is just a good.
  • Avatar for jimbobajob
    This is a great song. I love it
  • Avatar for DrMichaelGalvin
    Keep playin' Gram Parsons
  • Avatar for BlueOclock
    Well, Baltimore was much nicer in the 50's, when I lived there as a kid. Parts of it still are but there are lots of other parts that aren't so nice. The population used to be around 950,000, now it's shrunk down to 650, 000 or so. I still love it though, as sort of a troubled child. Nice song.....Oh, and I almost forgot....HOORAY BALTIMORE RAVENS, NFL CHAMPS!!!!!!
  • Avatar for oldiesfanjohn
    Maybe Gram's drug dealer was from Baltimore back in the day. ( ;
  • Avatar for smeghead1851
    Well, this will happen no more. The last steel mill in Baltimore is slated to close and be torn down. The Sparrows Point Mill will be consigned to the history books.
  • Avatar for Roy1968Wood
    A pioneer and true spirit
  • Avatar for BootsDJones
    Another fine song about Baltimore. I think the lesson of the song has nothing to do with men, women, or trust. It's all about the allure of the seductive nature of Baltimore, another Sin City...
  • Avatar for wildtony40
    great song.
  • Avatar for Sambo531
    Harlan Howard.
  • Avatar for pingpong_fiasco
    I wish I could type something that would properly honour the brilliance of this track.
  • Avatar for bryantee
    I suppose you could say it teaches you not to trust women and do things for them. But that's a pretty pessimistic interpretation.
  • Avatar for purple_prince
    Have you not listened to the song?
  • Avatar for bryantee
    What is the lesson?
  • Avatar for purple_prince
    A salutary lesson

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